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Old 09-25-2006, 10:03 PM
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I am going to order the new BFG AT 37X12.5X18, Tirerack doesn't have them at the present time but said they would have them by next month. They have the best price at $1440 for 4 shipped. I am putting them on my stock FX4 rims.
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Old 09-25-2006, 10:16 PM
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I hope the 305/65/18 Fit stock FX wheels I just bought a set from tire rack $1158.38 Shipped!
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Old 09-25-2006, 10:43 PM
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Hey Cpu,

They will fit your stock rims, check out my gallery, I have 35X12.5X18 BFG MT on my stock rims with no problem. You may need a leveling kit to ensure no rubbing. I have a 2.5" Autospring that I took off my truck 6 months ago and I am looking to unload it, if interested. I see you have a Svt with some mods, I have ran a couple of modded Cobras with my old STi (also modded), from a stop I was golden (AWD) but from an 80MPH roll things turned sour real quick. Nice car, let's see some pics.
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Old 09-26-2006, 01:04 AM
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Hey Cpu,

They will fit your stock rims, check out my gallery, I have 35X12.5X18 BFG MT on my stock rims with no problem. You may need a leveling kit to ensure no rubbing. I have a 2.5" Autospring that I took off my truck 6 months ago and I am looking to unload it, if interested. I see you have a Svt with some mods, I have ran a couple of modded Cobras with my old STi (also modded), from a stop I was golden (AWD) but from an 80MPH roll things turned sour real quick. Nice car, let's see some pics.
I am not sure which spacer kit I want. I like the solid aluminium ones. I had a MY00 Subaru RS w/turbo I put down 225AWHP (Not that great but fun). The STI is a much better platform to mod then the old GC8. MY RS was funner, but my Cobra is by far faster. By the time the STI was available my taste had changed in cars. I run BFG drag radials 315/30/18 (Almost 12" wide) that makes a huge difference on digs. I only bought my Cobra because of it's potential. I hate mustangs. What can you buy for under 60k that can compete with a cobra with $1500 in mods. With that little bit of money you are pushing 540WHP. I need to get some pics uploaded of all my cars. My Audis are pretty fun to. My A6 is AWD 300HP

BTW thanks for the help and compliments. Some of my cars are here www.cpuexpress.com/cars/

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Old 10-09-2006, 11:19 PM
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But in the end, they are still that soft compound that doesn't wear worth a crap, fills up with snow and mud, and makes a lot of noise.

Glad you guys will be buying them, that leaves more Revos for the folks like me that want a great tire, not just a big tire.
You obviously do not know what you're talking about concerning the BFG A/T tires.

They don't wear bad! With proper inflation and rotation you can easily get over 40k miles out of them which is about 5k more than I was able to get out of my stock BFG Rugged Trail's.

They are not loud! For a LT tire with a semi-agressive tread pattern they are nearly as quiet as a stock P rated tire. That's why they came stock on certain vehicles such as the LII Ranger, ZR2 Blazer/S10, and H2.

They are not "mud" or "snow" tires. They may fill with mud and snow, but no more than any other AT tire.

They are probably the most versatile truck and/or SUV tire on the market. Talk to people who own them and you will find that they are also the tire with very loyal customers. I have talked to so many people that say they will never buy any other tire for their daily driver truck/SUV.
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Old 10-09-2006, 11:22 PM
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...that leaves more Revos for the folks like me that want a great tire, not just a big tire.
Not to mention that the Revos don't even come in the size that this thread was created for.
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Old 10-30-2006, 03:52 PM
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I just ordered 4 BF Goodrich All Terrain T/A KO's in size 285/65/20 roughly 35"x11.5" for my 2007 Lincoln Mark LT 4x4.. I bought them from Costco for $330/each out the door mounted and balanced.. and sold my OEM 275/55/20 Pirelli Scorpion ATR's to a guy working there for $525.. so I ended up paying $795, or $just under $200 per new tire!

these fit without the leveling kit, as they are only 2.7 inches taller (1.35" top, 1.35" bottom), but nearly identical to the stock 275/55/20 in width.. so there is no rubbing or sticking out issues.. just a nice little lift in height with a more aggressive tread..

the stock 20 inch wheel is 20x8.5 and the backspacng is different than the 18' wheels, so putting the 35x12.50 tires will not work even with the leveling kit.. they will rub and stick out.. problems at both sides of the tire..
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Old 10-30-2006, 04:01 PM
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Here are my new BFG K/O's in the 285/65/20 with a 2.5" level kit. Tires were $312 per with discounted shipping from Tire Rack. No rubbing and fit the truck well.

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Old 10-30-2006, 04:52 PM
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With a AS 2" levleing kit and a rear AAL you can fit 325/60/20's on the EOM wheels!!

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Old 10-30-2006, 05:54 PM
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Hey Baja150... You are so right. I have had two sets of BFG A/T TA's and just loved them. Very quite, long lasting and just an all around versatile tire. I think "Walkin It Dry" does not know much about tires if he thinks these are trash... He can keep his REVO's. Oh, I got over 60K miles out each set of BFG's and they still looked pretty good...

I just purchased some **** Cepek Fun Country II's because the BFG's I wanted were not available.. Once these are worn out I'll be gett'in some BFG A/T TA's... BoB
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Old 11-21-2006, 01:18 PM
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I couldn't wait

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Old 11-21-2006, 01:21 PM
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Here is what the 305/18's look like on my truck. 2.5 leveling kit. Just a tad rub, but only a full turn. They look awesome. Having a few issues with steering wheel shimmy at 55mph+, had rebalanced today, if that doesn't help, will have alignment checked, if that is good, will probably try RF balance..and if that doesn't help, back to the installers.
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Old 11-21-2006, 06:07 PM
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wicked meats man! Those look great on your truck! I sure hope the price comes down some... or perhaps santa will put a set under my tree soon
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