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Old 05-20-2005, 02:13 PM   #1
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What is your favorite 32x11.50 tire?

I am looking into getting a set of 32x11.50 for my next tires. What have you had good experiance with, and what should I avoid?

I drive 90% on road, mostly inder 65 MPH and 10% off road including muddy trails, gravel roads, hill climbs, deep water/mud and snow.ice, lots of snow/ice.

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all tires suck on ice..... and for 90% on road you should look at an all terrain..... its always comical to me when people post whats the best tire... becasue there is so many choices and personal preferences its impossible to try and base a decision off of that.... the revos, bfgs, timberlines are all decent a/t tires, as are many others....
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I love my BFG AT's.
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always comical to me when people post whats the best tire... becasue there is so many choices and personal preferences its impossible to try and base a decision off of that....
He didn't ask what the best tires were. He asked what were our favorites.
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He didn't ask what the best tires were. He asked what were our favorites.

same thing... hes asking for opinions.... and would people on hte site recommend stuff they didnt like?
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Big-O dual groove a/t had 2 sets and ride good and great on snow.
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same thing... hes asking for opinions.... and would people on hte site recommend stuff they didnt like?
Not really. "Best" implies fact..."favorite" implies opinion. People recommend what they like. Best, in most cases, is fairly subjective.
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I like my Roughrider AT's, but they are the only 32's I've ever had..... But if I didn't get a screaming deal I probably would have went with BFG AT's or Goodyear Wrangler AT's
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I had two sets of BFG A/T's one set were the old school ones, and the second were the new generation. no real big difference except they don't make the old school ones anymore. But if you want something that you can get good mileage out of and perform well on and off road, i reccomend the BFG's.
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Old 05-21-2005, 05:44 AM   #10
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Same size I just put on

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Randomness, thanks pal!

I have BFG ATs now, but I want to avoid getting stuck in a "rut" no pun intended and buy the same tires for the rest of my life.

I wish Cooper made the new Discovery mudders in a 32, those look like they are wirth a try.

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I feel ya there. I've read a few glowing reviews of the Kumho MT's. Seems they're real tough, and last a while. They're cheap, too!
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+1 on the mud kings...

cheap, almost looks like BFG MUDs... only downside is a thinner sidewall. lost an almost new one when i got a leak/'puncture in the side... GRRRRR fortunately, they were like $100 a piece.

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BFG Muds...

32x11.5 BFG Mud terrains have worked great for me...2nd set

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what tire place sells the mud kings? the tread on em looks awesome.. but the 32x11.5's size runs a little small though?
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The only 32X11.5 i have ever run was a 15" BFG M/T on my 93 Jeep XJ. I would never run the A/T (just me) BUT the M/T is AWESOME Not too loud, great on road manners, wore well, great off road.
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I like my Roughrider AT's, but they are the only 32's I've ever had..... But if I didn't get a screaming deal I probably would have went with BFG AT's or Goodyear Wrangler AT's
it would have to be a great price for me to buy any tires with the name rough riders. i have had the BFG T/A KMs and really liked them.
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