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Cheap ones? :D

The last time i bought new tires I got Uniroyal Liberator A/Ts. The did good on most road surfaces and rode nicely. Never had a set long enough to wear them out...


Next tires are going to be recapped 285/75/16s.
 

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BFG's ususally end up on all the 4X4s I have/had. Hankook makes a really good inexpensive tire for the street cars/trucks/motorhomes.

Tires are a preference and they are also usually geared more toward what the usual terrain you run is like. Out here on the left coast it's mostly rocks and sand. Midwest has slippery clay, etc...

I'd like to be running KM2's on my Heep but I can't justify the cost and the BFG/AT's work perfectly for me.
 

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Well, only had my JEEP for 1-1/2 yrs, It came with NITTO MUD GRAPPLERS, but went with the NITTO TRAIL GRAPPLERS, much quieter and do real well offroad!
 

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BFG's AT going on the YJ when I do a lift, hopefully soon. I've been running Toyo's on my F-350 work truck and I love em. Got 50k and will probably get another 5-6 before I put another set on her.
 

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Yea Chris I heard the same thing. I think Mud Kings are either made by BFG's or they make a side brand witch makes Mud Kings or something
 
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