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After a lot of research on this site, I had 275-70-R18 Territory MTs (load range C) installed at the dealer when we took delivery. There seems to be mixed reviews on these tires (factory Sasquatch) but could not beat the price - $180 each from Walmart. I bought them when we got our build date and the dealer installed for free. Hope this helps anyone thinking of doing something similar, very cost effective way to significantly improve the look of the stock OBX!

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They look great. I replaced my stock 285/70/17 KO2s with factory 315/70/17 and they are good tires IMO. They wear pretty fast and throw rocks a bit more then the KO2s, but they grip well and handle fine for the size and tread design. Enjoy!
 

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After a lot of research on this site, I had 275-70-R18 Territory MTs (load range C) installed at the dealer when we took delivery. There seems to be mixed reviews on these tires (factory Sasquatch) but could not beat the price - $180 each from Walmart. I bought them when we got our build date and the dealer installed for free. Hope this helps anyone thinking of doing something similar, very cost effective way to significantly improve the look of the stock OBX!

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Nice look, I haven't seen this set up posted yet. Very cool they come in C Rating.
 

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They look great. I replaced my stock 285/70/17 KO2s with factory 315/70/17 and they are good tires IMO. They wear pretty fast and throw rocks a bit more then the KO2s, but they grip well and handle fine for the size and tread design. Enjoy!
Did you run the 315s on stock Badlands wheels or the the Sasquatch wheels? If on the stock wheels, any rubbing?
 

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After a lot of research on this site, I had 275-70-R18 Territory MTs (load range C) installed at the dealer when we took delivery. There seems to be mixed reviews on these tires (factory Sasquatch) but could not beat the price - $180 each from Walmart. I bought them when we got our build date and the dealer installed for free. Hope this helps anyone thinking of doing something similar, very cost effective way to significantly improve the look of the stock OBX!

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i have sas these are solid all around tires
i have dome mud ,rock ,hwy.no sand yet and have had no issues ...right on with the price
 

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After a lot of research on this site, I had 275-70-R18 Territory MTs (load range C) installed at the dealer when we took delivery. There seems to be mixed reviews on these tires (factory Sasquatch) but could not beat the price - $180 each from Walmart. I bought them when we got our build date and the dealer installed for free. Hope this helps anyone thinking of doing something similar, very cost effective way to significantly improve the look of the stock OBX!

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Great. Smart looking tire.
 

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It’s amazing what simply changing the tires on a vehicle does for the aesthetics alone.

I did this on my Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk a few years back when I got it. I was disappointed in the look of the vehicle until I upgraded the tires to more aggressive ones, and it made a significant different (IMO).

As much as a don’t love the Bronco Sport, I think swapping the tires on a Badlands trim to a more aggressive tire would help make it look better.
 

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They do look good for sure! I went with a set of Badlands wheels locally and Yokohoma Geolanders that are P-rated. The original tires I put on them were E-load Continental Terrain Contact. They were super quiet, but dang they were some stiff tires! Even aired down, it made for an uncomfortable ride. The Yokohomas are much more comfy on road.

And the other thing that made the biggest difference, appearance wise, was installing a Badlands grill. I have a modular bumper and Raptor fog lights on order, lol. That's the cool thing about the Bronco, endless ways to customize it to your liking!
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Looks fantastic! Hope they perform well for you. I’ll be watching since I’d like to eventually get some more aggressive meats.
 

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After a lot of research on this site, I had 275-70-R18 Territory MTs (load range C) installed at the dealer when we took delivery. There seems to be mixed reviews on these tires (factory Sasquatch) but could not beat the price - $180 each from Walmart. I bought them when we got our build date and the dealer installed for free. Hope this helps anyone thinking of doing something similar, very cost effective way to significantly improve the look of the stock OBX!

Ford Bronco Goodyear Territory MTs on Stock OBX Wheels IMG_8265


Ford Bronco Goodyear Territory MTs on Stock OBX Wheels IMG_8265


Ford Bronco Goodyear Territory MTs on Stock OBX Wheels IMG_8265
Looks great, if you want a little more of an aggressive stance you can add wheel spacers but you'll definitely need to put mud flaps on to protect your paint.
Enjoy!
 

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Antimatter Blue OBX is a combination that kinda always taken my breath away. It's like a Tuxedo for the Bronco. If you're gonna put one out on the town, thats the way to do it. Tires look great!!
 

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My personal experience with those tires is good other than the part where they throw so many rocks. Ended up putting rokbloks and PPF on a lot if it to help with rock dings. Your step rails will help with rocks hitting your doors but even with them the rear flare will take some knarly hits to it.
I do a 5 tire rotation every oil change (roughly 5k) and they are wearing evenly at 30psi all around.
 

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After a lot of research on this site, I had 275-70-R18 Territory MTs (load range C) installed at the dealer when we took delivery. There seems to be mixed reviews on these tires (factory Sasquatch) but could not beat the price - $180 each from Walmart. I bought them when we got our build date and the dealer installed for free. Hope this helps anyone thinking of doing something similar, very cost effective way to significantly improve the look of the stock OBX!

Ford Bronco Goodyear Territory MTs on Stock OBX Wheels IMG_8265


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This looks great!

Stock OBX wheels do look real good with a beefy tire. Good job, your Bronco is awesome.
 

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They do look good for sure! I went with a set of Badlands wheels locally and Yokohoma Geolanders that are P-rated. The original tires I put on them were E-load Continental Terrain Contact. They were super quiet, but dang they were some stiff tires! Even aired down, it made for an uncomfortable ride. The Yokohomas are much more comfy on road.

And the other thing that made the biggest difference, appearance wise, was installing a Badlands grill. I have a modular bumper and Raptor fog lights on order, lol. That's the cool thing about the Bronco, endless ways to customize it to your liking!
Ford Bronco Goodyear Territory MTs on Stock OBX Wheels IMG_8265
I'm really digging those body-colored fender flares. Mind if I ask where you got them?
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