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Old 06/22/19, 06:40 AM   #1
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Picture request - Highway/all season tires

I donít expect to take the Bronco off road and looking for the best riding tire with raised white lettering. For those that are using it similarly, can you post pictures.
Iíd like the biggest tires that fit/looks right, I have factory wheels.

Thinking 31 x 10.5 x15 or 265 x 75 x 15 (the picture has rollers, snow tires from the 70ís - perfect condition).

Please let me know your thought and pictures would be awesome.
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Old 06/22/19, 07:22 AM   #2
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Picture request - Highway/all season tires

I donít have any pics of my bronco with these tires but have run them on both a 74 and 78 full size. Michelin XCH4ís come in sizes up to 31x10.5. The are an amazing all weather tire. Very good in sand and decent off road. They are quiet, and balance well. The last 2 sets I had lasted over 55,000 miles. They come on black wall and raised white letter.
Oops, looks like they changed the tire to the XPS all season. Appears to be the same tire though.

Good luck in you research.

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Old 06/22/19, 09:09 AM   #3
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31Ē BFG All Terrains
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Old 06/22/19, 06:15 PM   #4
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Same size BFG A/T tires as above with the lettering inside.
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Old 06/22/19, 06:29 PM   #5
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I absolutely loved my Cooper Discoverer AT3 XLT tires. Had them on a 2016 AWD Durango. It handled like a slot car on snow. Did great on mountain forest service roads here in Idaho. Great road manners, quiet and a 60,000 mile warranty. A very popular tire here on trucks and SUV's.
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Old 06/22/19, 06:33 PM   #6
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Sorry forgot the pic.
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Old 06/22/19, 06:41 PM   #7
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I was looking for a set of Copper Discovery AT3's 31" on 15", but were not available. I just replaced my 30 inches AT3 Discoveries. I love those on 16's
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