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Old 06-14-2009, 06:57 PM
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http://www.discounttire.com/dtcs/fin...&rw=7.0&cs=235

http://www.discounttire.com/dtcs/fin...&rw=7.0&cs=235


i will mainly be on the highway but sometimes might go off course.
 
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out of those 2 i like the YOKO's, but if it were my ride i would go with BFG's A/T or Grabber 2's.
 
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yeah i seen the bfgs nice tires. thanks for more suggestions
 
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check out tirerack.com theyll have tons of tires for your ride and they have reviews on each tire that you can read through. im not sure if discounttire.com has any reviews or not.
 
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sounds good going over there now. thanks.
 
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Out of the two you posted, the Pathfinder looks like it should do better offroad and the Yoko better onroad.

Me personally, if I'm looking for a tire that spends most of its time onroad but occassional offroad, I want the more aggressive tread. Hence, why I went with BFG AT's for my DD tires.
 
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good point i will look at those.
 
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Look at the Pro Comp A/T's as well. I paid $180 a piece cnd for my 33's.
 
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