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Good tires other than BFG

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by shoctor, Sep 28, 2003.

  1. shoctor

    shoctor Junior Member
    from ny
    Messages: 6

    Looking for a new set of tires for this upcoming season and looking for some idea. Have had BFG AT KO's in the past on other vehicles but trying to avoid the 150+ price tag. Looking for a tire that is also good on wet pavement. Have a 99 silverado with 265 75 16 and anyone that has some ligt to shed on this would be appreciated. Also do a bit of towing and offroad work (firewood) so need a fairly aggresive tread.
    Thanks in advance
  2. JohnnyU

    JohnnyU 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,037

    I have Bridgestone Dueler M/T's and I love them. They're good in mud, snow, rain and dry pavement. 265/75: $135 ea.

    My buddy runs Kumho Venture M/T's they are pretty aggressive, but they bite like crazy, and wear well too! They don't offer a 245, but they have a 235/85 load range E for $88 ea. Pretty good price if you ask me!
  3. timsjeep

    timsjeep Senior Member
    Messages: 130

    Cooper S/T's are better then BFG's for plowing and they are much cheaper. Tim
  4. BASIC

    BASIC Member
    Messages: 69

    shoctor,sir you should look at the B.F,Goodridch Commercial Traction T/A tires.I've had the A/T tires and I think the Commercial Traction are much better in rain,snow,ice and off-road,there also much cheaper than the T/A,I belive you can get them at BJ's Wholesale at a little over $100 per tire.Also think about the tire in a 235-85R size,there a little narrower and I think better in the snow.Good luck,BASIC.
  5. Michael F

    Michael F Senior Member
    Messages: 203

    We run Futura Dakota's, around $450, for a set installed. They seem to hold up well, around 30,000 miles all plowing/or towing. They are agressive but not to loud.
  6. wyldman

    wyldman Member
    Messages: 3,265

    Cooper Discoverer AT for All season,Cooper M&S for winter.
  7. Santo

    Santo Banned
    Messages: 255

    Goodyear has an a/t that is cheaper than B>F>G's by about 35.00
  8. c.t. lawn care

    c.t. lawn care Senior Member
    Messages: 147

    i run cooper discover A/T
  9. nsmilligan

    nsmilligan PlowSite.com Veteran
    Messages: 704

  10. johngus

    johngus Senior Member
    Messages: 117

    take a look at Nitto Terra Graplers.I put them on the Suburban last year and are pretty happy so far.they also come in load range D and E which is good for 3/4 and 1 ton trucks:nod:
  11. SDlawndawg

    SDlawndawg Senior Member
    Messages: 139

    I run 285 75 Trxus MT's on my Superduty. They grip better than anything else I've used. $130 each at Tyres International.
  12. IA snoman

    IA snoman Senior Member
    from Ia
    Messages: 153

    I too have some Cooper AT's on my Tahoe. Got 50,000 miles on them and they will last through this winter. If you wan't something more aggressive try Multimile Wild Country FM's. Simmilar to BFG MT's. Also Wild Country TXR's are a good in between tread design.:)