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What Tires Are You Going With?

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Here is a video of the Goodyear Wrangler Territory M/T 35” mud tire thats currently only available in Canada. The Bronco Sasquatch and High Lift package will be getting this tire except it will be different tread and sidewall for the US market.
I couldn't find much about it at all.
Seems like a good tire for all weather conditions.

Will you keep these or switch them out for your favorite Offroad tire?
What is your current favorite offroad tire?





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They are calling it an MT but the tread pattern looks to be more of an RT. As long as they are decent in rain and snow, I'll run them till they are ready to replaced.

If they suck, either KO2 or Mick Thompson Baja ATZ P3.
 

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Favorite all terrain is falken wildpeak also bfg ko don’t care for duratrac at all stock truck came with them
 

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I’ve only had a few Goodyear tires, truck and passenger car, but never get good mileage out of them. I’ve tried some other tires, but I always end up getting KO2s again. Best all around tire for me, and for the price. Tempted to try Toyo’s new AT III though...
 
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Sticking with the 33" BFG KO2 tires that come with the Badlands.
Ive had really bad luck with KO2s not balancing. I went through 3 tire replacements a few months ago at Discount Tire with RoadForce balancing.
The guys told me that the new KO2 has continuous issues with balancing.
I switched them out to the Cooper STT Pro and I love them. Excellent in wet, dry, and offroad. They are more noisy than KO2 but are much quieter than any other mud tire.
 

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if i go base with no sasquatch, I'll get some 265/75r16 (bout 32") general grabber ATs. if i get sasquatch, I won't be able to afford to get new tires.
 

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Interesting. I was concerned about it being a M/T on the Sasquatch package. If video is correct my worries are alleviated.
 

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Sticking with the 33" BFG KO2 tires that come with the Badlands.
Same here. I personally have not run into the balancing issues that were mentioned. In fact, I run the exact tire (285/70R17) right now on my Sprinter 4x4 and just installed a new set yesterday! Got 45k miles out of the last set and took me to all the crazy camp sites I needed them to!

They will work great on the Bronco Badlands until it's time to go up to 35's (assuming the 2.3 can handle it).
 
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Same here. I personally have not run into the balancing issues that were mentioned. In fact, I run the exact tire (285/70R17) right now on my Sprinter 4x4 and just installed a new set yesterday! Got 45k miles out of the last set and took me to all the crazy camp sites I needed them to!

They will work great on the Bronco Badlands until it's time to go up to 35's (assuming the 2.3 can handle it).
I love the KO2. Ive had several sets in the past with no issue. They only difference in the ones that had balancing issues was they were C rated. All my others were E rated. Maybe that was my issue.
 

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I am no expert, but putting the same tire “by name”, but with different tread... doesn’t that make the video irrelevant? Will the info about road worthiness and low road noise still apply to the US tread pattern? Whatcha think?
 

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