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Old 12-24-2007, 10:44 PM
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Who makes the best looking All terrain tire?

I want an all terrain tire but, i cant decide what i want anybody have any opinions on which is the best looking tire?
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Pro Comp Xtreme AT, Nitto Terra Grappler, BFG All Terrain, Mickey Thompson ATZ, and Toyo AT in that order in my opinion.
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Old 12-24-2007, 10:52 PM
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id have to say...
pro comp xtreme a/t, mickey thompson atz, nitto terra grappler then bfg a/t in that order
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Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I like BFG AT KO's, Nitto Terra Grapplers, **** Cepek Radial FC II's, Pro Comp Xtreme AT's and the wide version of the Mickey Thompson ATZ.
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Old 12-24-2007, 11:53 PM
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I have the Pro Comp Xtreme AT's so my opinion my be a little bias.
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in my opinion BF Goodrich makes the best all terrain, they have a 50,000 milage warranty too. and not many tires anymore have a solid white letter. i dont think you can go wrong with any other the tires listed already.
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I love the Mickey Thompson Baja ATZ Radials.

Best looking buy a country mile IMHO.

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in my opinion BF Goodrich makes the best all terrain, they have a 50,000 milage warranty too. and not many tires anymore have a solid white letter. i dont think you can go wrong with any other the tires listed already.
For the better!
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Old 12-25-2007, 12:27 PM
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Without a doubt!

BFG AT KO. Best looking All-terrain tire, with GREAT performance to boot!
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I agree...BFG AT KO, they are on all my trucks.
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I'm a little partial to the BFG's, but any all-terrain tire look's better than the puny stocker's from the factory!!
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take a look at Super Swamper truxus STS cool read pattern! or pittbull growlers also very unique!
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Cooper Zeon LTZ's, I too like BFG's but these tires are a fraction of the price of BFG's and IMO they look much better. Its your truck so go with what ever will make you happy when you look at it every day.
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Sorry, heres the pic.



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