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Where the rubber hits the road. Discussion about drive train; (locking) diffs; wheels; hubs; suspension and, of course, tyres

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Old 30-09-09
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Default BFG s New Mud Terrain tyre

Has anyone tried out BFGS new mud tyre? My local dealer believes they are possibly good for 80,000kms and perform well on the black top with little noise
for this type of design. Wondering if anyone has had much experience with them?
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I am curently looking at the same tyre, the new BFG mud, the pattern is very different, especially the centre of the tyre. As i have been told by the tyre dealers, there is not much feedback as yet, they havent been around that long. But they seem to be much quieter on the road then the old pattern (but a mud tyre is not ment to be for the road), but by the looks of them, the tread doesnt seem to be a mud tyre
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From the report in 4wd monthly magazine, they seem to be a very good tyre. Must admit, they are the 1st BFG tyre I would consider buying. Tread pattern is not all that disimilar to the MTZ's...
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Are u talking about the KM2's that are designed off their competition Crawler tread pattern? Those have got good reviews from many people up here that run them. I wouldnt hesitate to own a set.
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a mate of mine just put them on his Patrol, they are very cool, look great, surprisingly quiet (for a mud) and so far in the little offroading he has done in it they work very well
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