should have just had your MTRs siped... would have cost you around 100 bucks and greatly improves the traction of those mud lugs in snow and rain. actually you could just do it yourself with a utility knife although i've read that good year voids the warranty if they are siped either DIY or professionally. gonna self-sipe my BFG MTs myself with a utility knife. you'd be surprised how much better they do in wet conditions.TZX200 said:Regular All-terrains, I have to drive up and down the hill to bigbear for the next 3-4 months and the gas/ traction is proabably not that good in the snow/ice.
Going with Pro-Comp Extreme All Terrains or Nitto Terra Grapplers.
don't let 2wd shy you away from offroading! there's a bunch of 2wd'rs that charge the dirt, just shy away from climbing sh!t, but its all preference anyways! there's many of us, especially greg, that love to HAUL A$$, through the desert hittin' whoops and bottoming out if possible!!! those MTRs are perfect for the desert!!!TZX200 said:I tow so much that I think the All Terrains will be a better overall deal. I have had the MTR's for about 7-8 months and love them but never off road considering i have a 2wd.
i've got 35" bfg mud terrains and when aired down to the teens, say like 13-17 psi, they're perfect for 2wd success in sand. you have those things aired up while roasting thru the sand you're just begging to get stuck. combination of things can help prevent you from getting buried but airing down is the first rule of driving in the sand.TZX200 said:I got my as$ stuck in a sand burm last month with BFG Mud Terrains? I buried it all the way to the differential:huh: and had to have a Ford Diesel pull my truck out with a tow strap!:crying: