For as many guys we have and the amount of tow rigs, let's talk about tires. The tires on Tyrone are getting down there and will be replaced in the spring. Some guys want to put big rig tires on their tow pigs, others want only stock. I'm an in between guy. So I'm looking at a set of 285/75/17's and there looking to cost around $200/tire and when I'm buying 6 of them, well, I need some value.
brent i hope thats sarcasm on the bfg all terrains? i hate them things. i'm waiting for beer to put some miles on his tires so he can give me some feed back. he's got the goodyear dura tracs. they kinda seem a little soft but i want something with a little aggressivness to get me in and out of some of the places we go. just put 22.5's on that pig and be done with it. but otherwise i have allways liked the at revo's great in sand snow rain and they wear nice to.
Let me know how they work. I have never! Had any luck with that tread pattern wearing right. Hope the caps stay on better than the ones I got on the big rig. If one let's go kiss your dually fender good bye
the goodyear duratracs i like so far olny have 2000 miles on them so far. ive never like those revos that kurt was talking about. they never wore right for me and they never worked good in the winter either.
i never hadany problem withthe revos minus the price compared to how fast they wore out buttheyalway wore even and did good in the winter. but i dont think they would work all that good getting in and out of places like avf and riverfalls. i really like your tires but they seem really soft which could lead to a wear problem with a diesel.
Yeah there is a big difference in weight and loads. They grip really good in the snow and ice so I really like them. Too bad their coming off for the winter and I'm putting my bald old tires n rims on witch makes no sense at all bit I don't wanna my new rims