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Back On BFG's

Posted in News on July 2, 2013
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Contributors: KBL

  I've tested several tires over the past few years. Most have been mud tires. I've appreciated their aggressive grip when the conditions called for it, but most of the time the driving I do calls for an all-terrain tread. An ideal all-terrain tread is adept in a variety of off-road conditions and has street-friendly manners as well. You give up some of the aggressiveness of the mud tire, but for all-around use it's almost impossible to beat an all-terrain. The BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO is an old friend I haven't seen in a while. I had a set of BFGoodrich All-Terrain tires on my '81 Toyota pickup and really liked them. As such, I'm delighted to have a set of All-Terrain T/A KO's on my 4Runner. I took my BFG's and my Black Rock Yuma wheels over to the Daniel's Tire distribution center. Unlike the general retail locations, the distribution center is equipped to handle oversized tires and align non-stock suspension systems. I've had great luck working with the staff at the Daniel's Tire distribution center in Santa Fe Springs, Ca.   Sergio loaded the tires onto the wheels. The balancing machine features a back-saving lifting platform. The tires required minimal weight to balance and don't shake at all.  Dirt photos to follow.

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