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Old 02-06-2008, 08:42 PM
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OH and bfmuds suck ass in snow & ice on my hilux , seem okay in mud


the old ones anyway ive only sold one set of the new style so far because of the limited sizes released so far ...


just can't go wrong with these ...

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had a f350 roll threw the other day with 32000 k on them still about 50 % ... better than i thought they would have left as they are a soft grippy tire ...


and cheaper than bfg's and mtr's
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Old 02-06-2008, 08:53 PM
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Old 02-06-2008, 11:46 PM
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Old 02-07-2008, 12:58 AM
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I've lived at the ranch for 5 years. 2 driveways, neither good, and with the snow their nuts. Never needed help to get out. Today, in the one ton, with well over a ton of steel in the box, I hit a rut kinda funny, next thing I was hangin over the edge sitting on the diff with one set of duels in mid air. Nuttin but mission creek below me, a couple hundred feet below me. Those who've been there know how steep it is. If it went, I wasn't going with it. Called my dad for his dodge cummins, didn't help. Good old bcaa, sent out a 3 ton and he even was sliding around. About 2 hours I'll never get back.
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Old 02-07-2008, 08:15 AM
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I am thinking of going with the skyjacker leveling lift and the BFG mud tiresÖI just have to do a little research first
I put a skyjacker leveling kit in my superduty and it rides like crap compared to the stock springs. Guna change them out sooner or later. Tried a few different tires and siped bfg muds worked great all around and lasted as long as anything else with the weight of a diesel sitting on them. Ya I know blah blah blah I'll shut up now.
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Old 02-07-2008, 08:30 AM
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OH and bfmuds suck ass in snow & ice on my hilux , seem okay in mud
Sipe them. It works good. Went to a icey parking lot and tried to de going in 2x and it was a spinfest. went over to the tire shop and had them siped. Back to the same lot stopped on the ice again and no shit just drove away
of coarse you could still boil the shit out of them if you wanted to but you could also just drive away which was unheard of before that without using 4x.
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Old 02-08-2008, 11:52 AM
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I put a skyjacker leveling kit in my superduty and it rides like crap compared to the stock springs. Guna change them out sooner or later. Tried a few different tires and siped bfg muds worked great all around and lasted as long as anything else with the weight of a diesel sitting on them. Ya I know blah blah blah I'll shut up now.
Did you change your shocks when you put the leveling kit on? If not theres your problem your stock shocks won't handle it, if you did then it must be a powerjoke thing as the skyjacker leveling system on my Cummins works great.
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Ya the leveling kit came with shocks and I put them on, but that is a good point upgrading shocks may help. It didn't come with a trac bar bracket and I do wounder if I'm getting some bind there? I'm going to play with it once the snow melts.
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I did and it didn't turn out any better

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