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Best AT Tires on budget

hey guys

i have my DayStar lift going in next week been looking at some 245 75 16s

looking at the Falken Rocky Mountain ATS

any further input for the weekend worrier off roader?

Thanks Guys!
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Old 11-30-2011, 11:38 PM
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I LOVE my Firestone Destination A/Ts. Great tire on and off road at a great price! Check em out! I've got some videos of em romping in dirt and snow! I got them from mu local tire place for $500 out the door! Good stuff
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Old 11-30-2011, 11:52 PM
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Re: Best AT Tires on budget

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hey guys

i have my DayStar lift going in next week been looking at some 245 75 16s

looking at the Falken Rocky Mountain ATS

any further input for the weekend worrier off roader?

Thanks Guys!
I've seen those tires, they are nice. I know Goodyear has some pretty good tires as well for a decent price... i saw them at Wallmart and they look great!! Also General Grabber makes nice new AT tires at a decent price ... I'm running BFG's but they are def not budget tires.
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firestone destination A/T !!!!
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firestone destination A/T !!!!
ORDERED Mountain AT !
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Re: Best AT Tires on budget

what about falken high country?
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Re: Best AT Tires on budget

For future reference - Hankook Dynapro ATM and Falken Wild Peaks are awesome tires for the money. Nitto Terra Grapplers are also pretty affordable.

Let me know if anyone needs a quote on tires. Free shipping!

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Re: Best AT Tires on budget

I bought a set of Mastercraft Courser C/Ts for mine and am pretty impressed especially in the mud They're pretty aggressive for an A/T and the price was really good for 17s.



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Re: Best AT Tires on budget

I am in a similar pickle. I want a good AT but I want mine to be 265/70/R17. I was looking at the General Grabber AT2 and these seem rather affordable compared to many tires out there.

I am not 100% sold yet as i continue to shop around and get the last of the funds together to make the purchase.
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Firestone destination a/t all the way, let the tire rack reviews speak for themselves


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I'm telling ya Firestone Destination A/Ts maing. You can't go wrong!!
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Re: Best AT Tires on budget

another option is the Cooper Discoverer AT3. its a newer tire but pretty aggressvie and pretty cheap. i paid $760 for 5 tires, spacers and alignment. tires were $146/tire. so far im very pleased.
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