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BFG TA KO or GoodYear Wranger Duratrac

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by Krazie Sj, Aug 25, 2009.

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Which tire?

  1. BFG TA KO

    46.4%
  2. Good Year Wrangler Duratrac

    39.8%
  3. Other:Specify

    6.8%
  4. By voting for this option I certify that I'm 100% douchebag blueberry surpise

    12.1%
  1. 05trdsport

    05trdsport Well-Known Member

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    its sarcasm... i had the bfg and they were terrible in the snow. have the pro comp at's now and they are even worse. im definatly going with the duratracs when i need new tires again!
     
  2. Showtime250

    Showtime250 Bryon

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    yeh i was layin it on pretty thick too. Maybe its the driver and not the tires. just because they have a winter rating doesnt mean they cant be crappy tires. thats like saying every mud tire is great in the mud.
     
  3. sonjay

    sonjay Well-Known Member

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    The BFG AT's I've got have the same winter snowflake symbol! And they are excellent on ice. I don't think the new ones do though?
     
  4. Razorecko

    Razorecko Well-Known Member

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    ...don't make any statements you dont know anything about. Do you even know that the snow flake emblem is the difference between a Snow/Ice tire like a pirelli scorpian and high performance tires like PS2's ??....didnt think so.
     
  5. sonjay

    sonjay Well-Known Member

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    The little snowflake has to do with rubber compound, and its ability to remain pliable in cold temperatures.
     
  6. SocalMan22

    SocalMan22 Founder Socaltacomas.com Staff Member

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    Seriously fellas! This is about tires keep it that way and if you wonder where your posts went i deleted them. Doesnt matter but damn when you say stupid comments like this you make yourself look bad
     
  7. Krazie Sj

    Krazie Sj [OP] Resident Jackass

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    Ah, that's what happened. Thanks for keeping it clean. :)
     
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    bfg all terrians they have been around forever and they are really really good there decent at everthing and a high mph rate
     
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    awesome tires
     
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    carmellocafe Begin With The End In Mind.

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    Toyo Open Country--Handles it all pretty well.:)
     
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    Not enough to mention on this one. Give me time!
    You will love these tires, Goodyear!

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  13. Anathollo

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    get the Toyo Open Country A/T's. My buddy has them and they clean out great!
     
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    IMO, the BFG A/Ts are not very good in mud. They cant clean for anything because the voids are to close together. Dont get me wrong, its a great on road/rock/dirt/winter tire, but if you plan to do any sort of "mudding" i'd stay away from them. I ran them for about 2 years, and finally just got a set of M/Ts.

    Iv been looking at getting a new set, and im leaning toward the DuraTracs. Cant seem to find anything else that can beat the price and capabilities for an on/off road tire.
     
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    I just got new duratracs, haven't put them on yet so i can't say much about performance, but they look like the most agressive AT out there... i'm sure they will do awesome in the snow and better than the KO's in the mud. Super soft rubber might not make them last super long even though they have a 40K warrantly, but they will grab good in all conditions and from what i have read they don't chunk like some...
     
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    There are a couple videos on YouTube showing the Duratracs going through some pretty horrendous mud without any issues. I would go for those, and I will be buying those in a couple of months.
     
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    BFGoodrich A/T all the way
     
  18. Krazie Sj

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    Maybe I should mention I got second hand set of BFG A/T KO's at half price.
     
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    I can't comment about the Duratracs but I'm intrigued on how well it performs overall. I'd also like to know how long they will last since I've have two sets of BFG's and they last forever and perform relatively well. The only complaint I have with BFG is that it let loose on ice but maybe I just have a heavy foot. I think I'll try out the Duratracs next.
     
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    I love my duratracs!:)
     
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