Auto's are for pansies
Join Date: Dec 2008
Location: Brownsboro, TEXAS
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Well, with that size, the sidewalls aren't that big, much less on bumps. The more rubber between the road and the rim will absorb more bumps and ride smoother. Another reason I like bigger tires smaller rims. From that info, I'd bet the one with the 7000 miles on it was the one rattling you around. It's uneven from the other three. Were they new when you bought them or used?
I've always picked BFG #1 and Nitto #2 for all terrains from personal experience. If rotated every 3-4k, they'll last 65,000 miles.
'10 F350, CCLB, SRW, 4x4, 6 speed, 2.5" AutoSpring front leveling pucks, 37 x 13.50 x 18 Toyo's, 18 x 9 XD Diesel's, Road Armors front/rear