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    Default Tire recommendations?

    Do you have any strong recommendations for tires for my 99 Suburban 4x4? I use it mainly on road but I am starting to take it on more muddy and gnarly off road trails. The current Firestone M/S tires are lousy in mud or snow.

    Thanks in advance!
    John

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    BFG A/T KO's
    Best all terrain tire there is.

    I was considering others like Toyo, Goodyear, Nitto, etc.
    I am so glad I went with the BFG.
    Smooth highway ride and great snow, dirt, offroad performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JZumi View Post
    Do you have any strong recommendations for tires for my 99 Suburban 4x4? I use it mainly on road but I am starting to take it on more muddy and gnarly off road trails. The current Firestone M/S tires are lousy in mud or snow.

    Thanks in advance!
    John

    i use brigestone dulers on my jeep grnd cherokee nice and quite and great traction in all stuff

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    I run the Goodyear wrangler silent armors and love them, great snow and off road traction imo the best all terrain on the market

    2003 Z71 Silverado LS
    Access roll up cover
    Bed Rails
    Billet Grill insert
    Bed Rug
    CB with PA system
    Waiting to be installed
    Two 8in RF HX2 punch( would have 12s but they got stolen)

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    I have had good luck witht he Bridgestone Dueler AT Revos Load Range "D"

    2010 Suburban Z71 5.3 A6, Sheer Silver, Ebony Interior

    2004 Lexus RX330 AWD - Netune Blue Metalic

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    I'm biased...(I work at a Firestone store) BFG's are nice, but they take a LOT of weight to balance on some rims. Dueler A/T's and Dueler A/T Revo's are great tires, but EXPENSIVE. I personally like the Destination A/T. They give you a little bit of that truck(y) roar but it is very light and quiet.These tires have GREAT on and off road performance.

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    BFG All Terrain KO (E rated for my 3/4 ton) that I just got at Costco and put on my 17" H2 wheels (not much weight at all to balance). I bought five for a full size spare.

    Just back from Wyoming/Montana/Idaho driving on Interstate, county roads, trails with snow, mud, and heavy, wet clay. Never got stuck, didn't even come close.

    Yes, people do go off-road in Suburbans. And I like these tires. Second time I've used them.
    1998 K-2500 Suburban
    454 w/ 4L80E
    Suspension Maxx T-Bar Keys Gibson Cat Back K&N Intake
    Mag-Hytec trans pan and diff cover Hypertech Programmer
    MSD 6A, Blaster Coil & Wires Roadmaster Active Suspension
    Hummer H2 wheels w/ BFG All Terrrain T/A KO

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