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The actual specs are with in tenths of an inch between the 2.. I'm looking for replacments for my 3" Cornfed lifted 03 Reg Cab unit, 2.7 Manual, 3.90 gearing. I'm using 15x8 3 3/4 backspacing Black Steeelies.

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Xterrains 31.4 OD 10.9 Tread Width
BFG 31.8 OD 11.4 Tread Width
 

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EricR said:
The actual specs are with in tenths of an inch between the 2.. I'm looking for replacments for my 3" Cornfed lifted 03 Reg Cab unit, 2.7 Manual, 3.90 gearing. I'm using 15x8 3 3/4 backspacing Black Steeelies.

Thanks for the always usefull information!

Xterrains 31.4 OD 10.9 Tread Width
BFG 31.8 OD 11.4 Tread Width
I'd recommend Baja Claws before I recommended the Xterrains. I'm not a fan of the Pro-Comp tires at all.

Have you considered the Goodyear MT/R tires? I've run BFG Mudders and ATs and the Goodyear tire kicks both their asses.
 

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They MTR's look great, but are over my budget :(

I found out that BFG makes a private brand MT called the MudKing sold under various brands - Cavalier Tire, Regul, and a couple others. Same specs, tread design is very similair between the BFG M/T and the MudKing. I have found the mudking for as little as 117 bucks each for a 32x11.5

IF I end up going with the Xterrains I'll have to wait till their normal quarterly buy 3 get 1 free sale :)
 

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Have you considered the Goodyear MT/R tires? I've run BFG Mudders and ATs and the Goodyear tire kicks both their asses.
Until you get into snow. My BFG A/Ts beat the pants off the MT/Rs in snow and ice.
 

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For what it's worth, I had Xterrains and have nothing but hate for that tire. I have never run the BFGs but from all reports over the past here, they are a great tire for mud, street and mileage. We even have a couple of guys out here that run them in the rocks. Most out west run MTRs for rocks and street but they are not so good in mud. However, MTRs are about the same if not better than XTerrains in the gooey stuff.
 

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i'd say go with 32's, you'll probably have a bit of rubbing with 33's. my buddy has xterrains and they suck...he cant make it up half the stuff i can with my BFG MT's and they're wearing way faster than mine. if you're looking for a cheap tire, check out the Dunlop mud rover...i think the 32x11.5's are under $100
 
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