Also, I had the A/Ts in 33s before I got these. I hated them. Horrible in the dirt, snow, wet pavement. The only thing I liked about them is when I was done with them, they smoked off quite nicely.:thumbsupDoes anyone have them in 35" on a stock-suspensioned 3rd gen? I was just looking for a pic of anyone has one.
Also, I will say that I was a bit disappointed with the All-Terrain KOs I put on my 1/2 ton. They got hard before 1/2 tread, so they tended to be very slippy even with lots of tread on them.
True, I wish the BFGs were 10 ply, but for what I haul, I dont need the "E" rating. I just couldnt see paying $600 more for essentially the same thing.yeah, don't get me wrong, I like the BGFs too. Toyos are spendy....but so are most of the bigger mud tires. IMO, if I spend the money for the tires, I want something that is going to last as long as possible. Also, the toyos are 10 ply and carry 'e' load rating, while the BFGs are 8 ply and only have a 'd' rating. I guess it all depends on how beefy of a tire you want, and the weight of the loads you will be hauling.
I wish BFG would make their m/t's with a 10 ply e rating...I would be sold on it!
I know the 35x12.50-17's are on back order right now if that’s the size you want to run. (if you place your order while we are having our sale you'll save 10%) We only need a small deposit to order the tires in for you. I think they are on back order for about 4-6 weeks right now. The 10% should save you enough money to buy the leveling kit and you'll have 6 weeks to get it put on... (not to pressure, I am always looking to save a buck myself)anybody know if these will fit an 07 without a leveling kit? Im planning on installing a kit, but might be a little while. But would like to go ahead and get my tires replaced