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Discussion in 'Chevy Trucks' started by chevyplowboy, Mar 5, 2007.

  1. chevyplowboy

    chevyplowboy Junior Member
    Messages: 19

    I have lt265/75R16 I want to put some new tires on my truck and i wanted to know a good tire for plowing/offroad. And some thoughts of the tires Thanks
  2. dodgeguy99

    dodgeguy99 Senior Member
    from mn
    Messages: 272

    i just got pro comp all terrains they are a good tire with a good warrenty
  3. OhioPlower

    OhioPlower Senior Member
    Messages: 440

    BF Goodrich All terrains are what I have and they are sweet.
  4. dodgeguy99

    dodgeguy99 Senior Member
    from mn
    Messages: 272

    there are a lot of tire threads on here that you can also check out
  5. troy28282

    troy28282 Senior Member
    Messages: 178

    I have BFG All Terrains and Cooper ATRS. Both are good for plowing and off roading. Had BFGs on one of my trucks for 5 years only bad thing about them is the price.
  6. NeoThoR

    NeoThoR Junior Member
    from Indiana
    Messages: 28

    You can't go wrong with the new GoodYear Wranglers with Silent Armor.

    I love mine..
  7. TTBoy77

    TTBoy77 Member
    Messages: 87

    How much off-roading do you do? mud or rocks? how much plowing? I have a set of dunlop at's and for plowing they work great. On my off road truck I have truxus mt's. They have an extremely aggressive tread and surprisingly ride pretty quiet on the highway. But for mud they are awesome. For my "family truck" (my 89 full-size blazer) I have 33 inch bfg all terrain. Not to good for mud but on the road and snow they work great.
  8. Proscapez LLC

    Proscapez LLC Senior Member
    Messages: 293

    I put BFG's A/T ko's on my Silverado last fall, and they are awesome.
    265/75R16 They were between $700-$800 installed at SAMs Club.
  9. SMPlower1

    SMPlower1 Junior Member
    from Etters
    Messages: 4

    x2 for the Goodyear S/A, excellent all year tire and they are wonderful in the snow.
  10. rayf268

    rayf268 Senior Member
    Messages: 117

    I got 4 used bfg at's for $120 installed and balanced . you can't beat the price and they worked out great in the snow this year 265/75 16
  11. MarksTLC

    MarksTLC Senior Member
    Messages: 103

    Hankook MT's

    I just put 4 Hankook MT on. 35 x 12.5 - 18. They have been performing really well in mud/trail runs. The last 2 weekends, I've been out hauling wood for a friend of mine. They have a rep for good wear (we'll see) and they are e-rated for my towing needs.


  12. diehrd

    diehrd Senior Member
    from NY
    Messages: 199

    I just ordered Pro Comp , 315/75/16 AT .. Shipped to door for 550.00

    Look at Nebraska tire on eBay , There prices are amazing also consider tossing some 285 series on truck .
  13. HBLandscaping

    HBLandscaping Member
    Messages: 63

    I have three generation Chevy trucks (85, 96, 02), The 85, 96 have BFG A/T. These are great tires for everyday use and snow/Mud. I have had them on these 2 trucks for 4 and 6 yrs and they are holding up great. Im looking to put a set on my 02, really soon.

    Does anyone know if 285/75 will fit on my stock height 02? I have 285/75/R16 on my 96 and love the extra height and smooth ride it gave that truck and would love to see the same tires (285/75/r16) on my 2002.
  14. ryan67

    ryan67 Junior Member
    Messages: 5

    i run Wild Country TXR's on both my pickups, 285/75/16, studded, mounted and balanced 600.00. I normally get three to four plow seasons a pair. best tire i ever bought.