1. al/c

    al/c Active Member I am in uk

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    anyone recommend a good set of at tyres for standard wheels and a 2.5 pedders lift kit please.:think:.
     
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  2. Shayne

    Shayne Well-Known Member Guru

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    I cant say for sure because i dont own a 100 series but i imagine you should be looking for 285/75's .

    BFG KO2 are a popular choice but you dont tell us what kind of use you put your truck to ?
     
  3. Higgy

    Higgy Well-Known Member I am in denmark

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    My Missus says ' get some round rubbery ones' and some springy things.. Sorry but joking apart, like Shayne says 'What are you using it for'... BFGs are popular off roading etc .....:thumbup:
     
  4. al/c

    al/c Active Member I am in uk

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    mostly road use, a bit of towing which sometimes includes going through fields.:thumbup:
     
  5. Jacob100

    Jacob100 New Member Supporter I am in uk

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    My 100 series had newish KO2s on it when I bought it a year ago. 20K+ miles later of similar use to yours and they are down to about 9mm front/10mm rear.
     
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  6. Graham

    Graham Well-Known Member I am in uk

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    I had the BFG KO on my 120 series, they had done around 60,000 miles when I sold it, probably only 60% worn.
    Amazing tyres.

    Graham
     
  7. AndycruiserguyLomas

    AndycruiserguyLomas Well-Known Member I am in england

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    If by "standard" you mean 16's then 285's would look the do dahs. Everyones got an opinion on tyres but I sway towards BFG AT KO2's everytime, as on Jacobs they look the business.
     
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  8. al/c

    al/c Active Member I am in uk

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    must admit they do look good :thumbup:.
     
  9. Dave_S

    Dave_S Well-Known Member

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    As above - BFGs, or Cooper SSTs if you want to save a few quid. Ran both, like both. Coopers you'll maybe get 30,000, BFGs maybe twice that, but more expensive to start. Both excellent in a range of conditions.
     
  10. al/c

    al/c Active Member I am in uk

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    found bfg,s at £165. fitted or general grabbers at3 for £150 fitted, locally. cheaper than black circles and the like. :think:
     
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