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A/T Tires on frnt,M/T's on rear?

Discussion in 'Chevy Trucks' started by UNCLE BOB, Feb 11, 2001.


    UNCLE BOB Member
    Messages: 76

    What kind of ride would that be? Is it a good idea?
  2. 85w/350

    85w/350 Senior Member
    Messages: 190

    on our farm truck (82 scottsdale 2wd)we have that setup some 29inch all terrains up front with some 30inch mud terrains in the back and it works well...we actually started with street tires up front but when you get in a little bit of mud the street tires just cake up badly and that leads to lots of fishtailing which can be fun but also can be the reason that the front bumper has a nice dent the size of a small pine tree...the allterains atleast gets a little bit of traction...still isnt a 4x4 by any means