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Need some help on BFG all terrain specs??

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by whitetaco02, Jun 6, 2010.

  1. whitetaco02

    whitetaco02 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    These are the ones I was interested in getting (Not from them) but was worried about the N/A part when it deals with speed rating?????

    http://www.onlinetires.com/products/...++n%252Fa.html

    I am wanting to run these on my 09 taco with no lift. Do you all know of any issues that may arise from these tires? Thanks
     
  2. steve o 77

    steve o 77 braaap

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    Link doesn't work but the speed rating will be fine. What size are you looking at?
     
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    tacomakid96 Can you skin Grizz, pilgram?

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    Site doesnt work but I will always buy BFG a/t's because they are a amazing tire, I have had them going 100 mph" not reccomended" and they were smooth. My last set lasted 70k miles and that is crazy considering the amount of beef these at's have. Out of a score of 100 for mud/snow/highway/city/sand and everything else you can throw at them I would give them a solid 90.
     
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    tacomakid96 Can you skin Grizz, pilgram?

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    works, yes those tires should work great w/o a lift and you shouldnt have any problems with them, to be honest if you buy them you will not kick yourself down the road.
     
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    x2, great tires. My mom's suburban is at around 60k on a set and they still have some tread left.
     
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    Thanks you all! I am heading to a place in town to see if they will price match for me. I really don't "need" the tires right now but bfg is having a 60 dollar rebate too so it is a deal that I cannot pass up. The tires can just sit in the garage until it is time! (Hopefully I can get the rims by then too!)
     
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    They are awesome....i have them on my taco.....what to see a picture?
     
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    ok! im just going to upload them
     
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    Thanks man! I love those tires!
     
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    On BFG's site they list 2 AT's in 265/75/16. One has an S speed rating, and the other a Q. Both are listed as E-load range. The only other difference I can see is the 1/16th of tread depth and white outlined letters.

    I am going to be purchasing some soon and was wondering if there is any reason not to buy the s-rated. Price seems to be the same on tirerack and discounttire.

    Thanks!
     
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    Which one has the extra 1/16th tread depth? The one with the white letters????
     
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    Sorry, should have been 1/32nd...

    The S-rated has 16/32nds and raised white letters, I'm not sure if they are black wall on the other side.

    The Q-rated has 15/32nds and black side walls.

    http://www.bfgoodrichtires.com/tire-selector/name/all-terrain-t-a-ko-tires

    edit: I just remembered something from when I bought these same tires for my Dakota (pre-taco). I thought I remembered one had an additional ply in it (10 vs 11???), but I thought the extra ply was an e-load tire and the other was a d-load.
     
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    Is the extra ply a good thing to have?

    I just ordered a set with the rwl cause I like the fact I have an extra 1/32nd tread.

    Discount tire has a $60 rebate on bfg tires! Plus they price matched onlinetires.com....
     
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    mines has white on one side and black on the other
     
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    Okay, so now I have a question:

    I ordered these bfg at's in a 265/75/16 and was curious if I am going to have some issues with the tpms? Will I be able to use the ones that I have on there already? Will I run in to some problems now?
     
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    BFG A/t all the way. The only tire I use. Love em'
     
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    Should I be concerned with any issues regarding the TPMS?
     
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