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I am looking for an all terrain tire in a 285/70/17 (295 is ok) I can't go too big because I pull a small horse trailer.

does anyone one have any suggestions on a good tire that is not to pricey?
I spend most of my time on the road but would like to do some off roading and it does snow here in the winter.
I Like the Nitto terra grapplers for the look
 

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the pro comp mud terrain is the only tire i put on my truck but i know they have a size your looking for
 

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and they have a real quiet ride
 

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I was gonna say the BFG AT but if you like the nittos go with them.
 

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THey are good looking tires. Here's my question to you, how many miles will they last and is your gas mileage affected by them??

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the pro comp mud terrain is the only tire i put on my truck but i know they have a size your looking for
 

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Im going to be the odd one in the bunch. I just put these on my truck and they are awesome. 285/70/17 Bridgestone Dueller AT REVO, they have a 50K mile treadlife warranty, aweseome tread and the best ratings I have ever seen for a AT tire. Check them out at tirerack.com They list them at $155 a piece, they retail for over $200 at the local shops. I found a place to match there price. They fit perfectly at stock height but I decided to crank the T-bars 4 turns to get rid of the rake and it looks and drives awesome.
 

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well jonhemi iv had them for about two years and i drive every where i go mudding about three times a week and i still have about a inch to an inch and a half left in tread as for the gas mileage i dont realy know because its had big tires on it since 1998 and its a 95 my dad bought it with two miles on it and he droped it two inches off the ground when he died i got it and lifted it and put big tires on it i really dont remember if gas mileage was affected but i get about nine miles to the gall. and i have a 450 h.p hemi . but i like them they are not loud they ride real nice after six m.p.h and really strong its hard to get stuck. ttyl
 

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I demand a lot from my tires, carrying 4k at hwy speeds, only one tire meets these requirements Toyo open country E rated 285/70/17. You wont be disappointed.
 

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thanks for all the in put

i was originally looking at the bfg at's but everyone else around here has them and I wanted something different
the bridgestone revo's are nice but not agressive looking enough for me
 

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I may be towing a 7000lb travel trailer and I am considering some Maxxis buckshot mudder 305/70/17 D-rated 8 ply tires, advertised at 3000lb max load. Am I setting myself up for trouble? I hadn't even thought of the towing implications.
 

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I love my Coopers! These are one of the best tires I've ever had. They are 285/70/17's.
 

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i have pro-comp extreme a/t

they have a more aggressive tread than a lot of a/t tires i have seen and are real quiet compared to a lot of them

i have also put 20 thousand miles on them including a 5 k mile trip to ny and back and a 3 k trip to fl and back and i parked next to a truck yesterday with new ones on it and the tread wear is very minimal

there is very little ( normal type wear) on the front because i have not rotated them since i put them on
 

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Grim_Reeper7.0 said:
I got news for ya, the Bridgestone Revos will outperform the BFG AT by a long shot and have a much better ride. Ive been through alot of tires and these kick ass.

i've ran both the revo's and bfg's as well and i concur...the bridgestone's will out perform the bfg's as an all terrian anyday

both are great tires...the bridgestone has the edge though
 

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would there be any rubbing issues with the Pro Comp Xtreme All Terrain's in a 305/65r17 (32.6x12.1") on factory 17x8 rims
they are a good price right now buy 3 get 1 free !
 

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Just something to make you consider the Revo's more. On tirerack.com, you can get them at 155 each and if ya get 4, you get a $75 rebate, which in the end, equates out to $136.25. Hell, I think I might even jump on those. BTW- thats for 285/70/17's
 
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