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    Knows a Thing or Two Journeyman's Avatar
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    I've never been hassled about chains in a four wheel drive. I fucking hate chain/cables! If you get your mud tires siped they will actually do really well in rain and snow.


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    How about the BFG MT vs the pro comp all terrain in the snow


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    Token East Coast Guy MR.Ty's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rampart22 View Post
    How about the BFG MT vs the pro comp all terrain in the snow


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    All terrains typically do a lot better than M/Ts because of all the siping. The BFG m/T basically have none and, from I've read on the internet, are terrible in any snow/ice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MR.Ty View Post
    All terrains typically do a lot better than M/Ts because of all the siping. The BFG m/T basically have none and, from I've read on the internet, are terrible in any snow/ice.
    I siped the the bfg's that came on my rubicon and they actually did amazing in the rain and snow after that. And they wore evenly after that also.


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    I live in Sacramento and never had a problem needing chains when in a 4WD when heading through the hills.


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    Token East Coast Guy MR.Ty's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post
    I siped the the bfg's that came on my rubicon and they actually did amazing in the rain and snow after that. And they wore evenly after that also.


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    Did you do it yourself or have a shop do it?
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    I just crossed highway 88 a couple weeks back in the big storm. I have the BFG KO2s and chp didn't pay any attention to me. I didn't even get stopped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmwranglerx View Post
    I don't have any experience with chains but my BFG MT's are horrible in snow, especially hard pack snow/ice. They make my jeep slide all over the place.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rampart22 View Post
    How about the BFG MT vs the pro comp all terrain in the snow


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    Quote Originally Posted by MR.Ty View Post
    All terrains typically do a lot better than M/Ts because of all the siping. The BFG m/T basically have none and, from I've read on the internet, are terrible in any snow/ice.
    As far as snow, the BFG MTs suck major donkey balls. I know from personal experience.....about the tires, that is.

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    Knows a Thing or Two Journeyman's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by MR.Ty View Post
    Did you do it yourself or have a shop do it?
    I had a tire shop do it in flagstaff Arizona on a trip out to Colorado from so cal. They have a Machine that does it. Only takes a few minutes but it's kind of a pain trying to find a place that can do it. The couple shops I called in so cal didn't even know what I was talking about.


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    When chains are "required" it is on 2wd without true snow tires. 4wd with m+s rated are allowed to pass. When chain controls go to "mandatory" on all vehicles, the freeway normally gets shut down shortly after because of wrecks. I don't carry chains in any of my 4wd vehicles and I am in and out of Tahoe all the time.


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