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Spoke to BFG guy today. He figures my tires could be replaced under waranty. I was leaning heavily toward GY Silent Armor's, but looks like I'll be staying in the Michelin family. Haven't bought may tires, so I need a little help.

I need:
1. Winter Traction (Alberta, so it might snow in July):)
2. Towing - 25 Foot 5'er
2. Low(er) Noise
3. Tread Wear - I like things that last, 3 Toyota's so far :)
4. Ice Fishing/Hunting Traction

I've heard good things about Total Terrain TA/KO's any other suggestions?

Thanks in advance.
 

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Spoke to BFG guy today. He figures my tires could be replaced under waranty. I was leaning heavily toward GY Silent Armor's, but looks like I'll be staying in the Michelin family. Haven't bought may tires, so I need a little help.

I need:
1. Winter Traction (Alberta, so it might snow in July):)
2. Towing - 25 Foot 5'er
2. Low(er) Noise
3. Tread Wear - I like things that last, 3 Toyota's so far :)
4. Ice Fishing/Hunting Traction

I've heard good things about Total Terrain TA/KO's any other suggestions?

Thanks in advance.

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Will BFG pay for another brand to be installed on your vehicle ... under their own BFG warranty ... :confused:

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No, I'm thinking staying in the Michelin/BFG family is what they'll consider appropriate. I'm anticipating a pro rata rate or something (no free dinners:) aroung here).

I've heard good things about the Michelin LTX A/T 2's and the Total Terrain TA/KO's mostly wondering about off roadability/snow traction and tread life with the trailer hooked up.
 

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I have A/T2s they are great, awsome snow and wet traction.
 
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