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Old 07-10-2011, 07:08 PM
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goodyear silent armor vs bfgoodrich at kos

Looking at new tires for the wifes vehicle
The tire sizes are 245/65-17
We live on a dirt road and there are plenty of sharp rocks but also do highway and have some harsh winters.
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I have the Goodyear Silent Armor Pro Grades on my F250 PSD. They are an outstanding mixed terrain tire. Mine are load range Es. They ride great and have taken me everywhere I've needed to go - snow, dirt, mud, gravel, highway.

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BFG for me, see more guys runnin them in town then the goodyears. alot guys that work in the oilfield swear by the bfg's as well
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Yeah I am running bfgs on two different vehicles and love them. The only problem I have is they don't "cleanout" as well as others when in real sticky snow and mud. So just looking at something that will hold up like the bfgs but willl cleanout and grab some more taction when in the sticky stuff.
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we run nitto trail grapplers on our work truck and they clean out quick, i havent really had any issuse with the bfgs not cleaning out so far, they are still pretty much brand new though
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