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Old 03-26-2012, 11:36 AM   #1
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Bfg All Terrain reviews on Jeep

Always loves the BFG T/A KO on my diesel trucks. Lasts long an a good all round tire water winter snow whatever. I may get a nice used set near brand new and all 5. They are 315/75-16 so 35's on 16 which I am building up my Rubicon for 35's. By question is how are these on rocks aired down if I put on a 8 wide wheel. I'm happy w tire cause I know I'll be on road a lot so they will last an be smooth. Offroad I'll be doing is light dirt stuff trails and rocks so aired down. Any big issues w sidewall? Or should be good to go I hope. They known for decent rock traction? I know they glaze over easy in the mud but no more of that for me.

Also glad they are not E load range so it isn't to stiff. Let me know it input. For price I'll get them for I can't resist. Now matter of running Moab wheels and spacers or just buy new rims to work right. Wish they made Moab look in right offset dammit!

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My BFG AT's on my LJ have not given me any problems on the rocks. I have them down to 12psi and pinch them up against rocks all the time. Never had a flat (knock on wood). Im running 35x12.5 mounted on 15x10.5 Rims. I don't have any trouble with traction on the rocks with them, they go through anything I put them through.


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My BFG AT's on my LJ have not given me any problems on the rocks. I have them down to 12psi and pinch them up against rocks all the time. Never had a flat (knock on wood). Im running 35x12.5 mounted on 15x10.5 Rims. I don't have any trouble with traction on the rocks with them, they go through anything I put them through.
Not going to lie kinda jealous of your rig
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