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post #1 of 29 (permalink) Old 03-06-2007, 03:47 AM Thread Starter
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whats a good tire for pulling? i have nitto a/t, and last year i was at a pull and the track was muddy and the dang tire were filled with mud. and all i did was sit there and spin all 4 of my tires, i am changing them this spring but want to know a good tire. i did run a set of nitto m/t but they weren;t to good. i was going to get a set of toyo m/t. would they work? or anyone have any good ideas?

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Seems like a lot of people run BFG A/T's. Doesn't seem like they would bite much but you dont need much if your on a dry track. For a muddy track an M/T would be best.

I would say it also depends on what type of dirt you got in your area.

I am going to try pullin with Cooper Discoverer A/T's this year.
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mud terrians work great. bfg would be a good choice or steel radial if looking to save some money its basicly the same thing..im running mickey thompson mtz's this year
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I'm going to try the Procomp xtreme a/t. I like the directional tread and it shouldn't be too aggressive for the hard tracks.

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Sts's are good there in between a at and a mt
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whats a sts? im lookin for a set of tires in between bfg at and mt. i had the at's last year and worked great most of the time. but had the same problems as fuzzy on some tracks.laugh
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whats a sts? im lookin for a set of tires in between bfg at and mt. i had the at's last year and worked great most of the time. but had the same problems as fuzzy on some tracks.laugh
Swamper Trxus STS's
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Swamper Trxus STS's
I've heard good things about those too.

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I got a set for sale on superduty rims even!
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whats a sts? im lookin for a set of tires in between bfg at and mt. i had the at's last year and worked great most of the time. but had the same problems as fuzzy on some tracks.laugh

Why don't you check out my extreme a/t's? They are what's called a "hybrid directional," and are more aggressive than an a/t but less aggressive than an m/t. They have siping for wet weather and they look nice, even on a Dodge:
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