BFGoodrich All Terrain

by Alan
(Bunbury WA)

I traded my factory tires that came with my 79 Dualcab within weeks of owning it for Bfg AT's 285x75x16. my reason was for a planed trip from Bunbury WA up the west coast, across to Darwin, then along to to QLD's infamous Cape York over 4 months.


As there was a lot of bitumen between stops along the way they performed extremely well in all the offroad trails we took in along the way just the same, sand, corrugations, gravel, shale, rocks and mud.

I have had many brands of tyres over the years on various 4wd's and have punished them from trails around the inner wheat belt of WA, to more coastal driving around the south west than I can remember, to the harshness of the Pilbarra and now safe to say to the Cape and back.

I reckon I will stick with BFG's for now on, as no other tyre I have run has gone the same distance. 30,000 klms around Australia into some of the most spectacular places and no punctures, sidewall damage to one tyre in the Eurimbula state forest but monitored it and carried on down to Noosa another 365klm before changing it out.

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