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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 01-05-2007, 07:11 PM Thread Starter
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Big O Bigfoot XT Tires

Anyone run these or any other Big O tires? Looking at a set of these in 285's for the SuperDuty.



BIG O BIGFOOT X/T
LT285/75R16/D/D 122 N OWL

The Big Foot XT's have a distinctive tread pattern which creates a quiet smooth ride for a semi-aggressive all terrain tire.

# SUPER TRACTION TREAD

Deep shoulder lugs and a unique center traction zone create a bold, aggressive tire.

# RADIAL CONSTRUCTION

The ride control and flexibility of radial construction make these tires an excellent choice for mud/sand/snow traction

# LONG MILEAGE TREAD COMPOUND

Long mileage and durability, plus excellent adhesion, heat dissipation and flexibility in virtually all driving conditions

# AGGRESSIVE OPEN TREAD

Outstanding snow and soft-surface traction

# HEAVY GAUGE STEEL BELTS

Protect against punctures

# HEAVY LOAD CAPACITY

Weight Capacity up to 3,415 lbs. per tire

# ALTERNATELY SCALLOPED DEEP SHOULDER LUGS

Provide extra gripping traction and rock crawling ability

# SELF-CLEANING TREAD

Maximizes dirt, mud and snow performance

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 01-09-2007, 03:41 AM
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Almost got the BIGFOOT X/T's but I went with BFG's AT's instead for the F250.

Wife's car has Big O tires & so far they are doing good. 1 was replaced under warranty due to the stupid thing kept going flat, seems it had some sidewall damage somehow.

Personally for the car they are not bad, but I'm not a big fan of em for the truck, but that's just me.
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