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Since there is very little difference in price between the two in that size I would get the BFG AT/KO. They have a very agressive tread design for an AT. The ProComps are good tires and at some point I plan to get a set of their MT's but in your case get the BFG.
 

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I have 265 75 R16 pro comp AT and so far so good ive taken them all over the place on all types of terrain and ive gone lots farther on trails where before i would get stuck. BFG's are also good tires but the procomps i have i got a way better deal from 4wheel wholesalers plus i have a 50,000 mile tread warrenty on the procomps.
 

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I just put 35" BFG AT K/O's on last night. And I haven't had them muddin yet, but I LOVE THEM! They're quiet going down the highway, look great, and are jsut awesome <IMG SRC="/board/images/smilies/icon_smile.gif"> I'm goin wheelin' on saturday, so I'll let you know how they do in the pit.

Later <IMG SRC="/board/images/smilies/icon_wink.gif">

-Chris
 

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I would go with the BFG's. The A/T's have been the leading all terrain tire for quite some time now...and it still is. I have friends who run them...and they won't buy anything else. Especially if you do alot of city/hiway driving and occasional off roading...the A/T's are very quiet and smooth, yet aggressive enough to get you through the rough stuff....
 

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Ok, I took the truck muddin for the past two weekends and have NO complaints about the BFG's. The only complaint about the trip was losing steering while in a huge pit, but that has been corrected and I'm currently rebuilding the top 1/2 of my engine (blew a head gasket) before hittin the hole again.

One thing that I did notice was that it took until 20-25mph for the tires cleaned themselves out entirely, but even with the tread visually clogged they still grabbed and clawed thru everything I could get my truck into without missing a beat.

I defiantely gotta say go BFG, even tho I haven't used the Pro-Comp's personally.

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well after buying 265 pro comp all terrains, in november, and living in buffalo , we got about 2 feet on the ground and there calling for more, but these tires are absolutely awesome in snow, they grip and dont slide around, i tried to find enough snow to at least put it in 4wd but i easily got through in 2wd, i recommend these tires to anyone who lives in a snow belt area
 

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I have BFG A/T on my truck and they dont clean worth crap in the mud. they are definately a good tire, but not in mud. Rawkon's front tires (Procomps on a 2x4) clear better than my back tires, even after driving about 1/2 mile to Del Taco. I would go with Procomps.
 

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im runing the procomps also and work gr8 just got back from playin in the snow wow
and clean out well in the mud also just my $0.02 worth and the 50.000 mile not bad eather
 

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PRO COMP...all the way.

I ran Pro Comp all terrarins before I put on the lift.... th 305's so they would be the size you're getting....they look nice...and perform terrific. I stuck 33's under my stock tahoe and took on some major stuff.

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I bought a set of Pro Comp AT's 265/75/16 for my Ram and they are really hurtin'. I got stuck more times than i can count. Mud, forget it. Sand, nice try. Wet grass, Nope. I got stuck in my back yard after a little bit of rain and that was on level ground. They are so so on the rocks or hard pack. I wouldn't recomend them to anyone unless they are going to stick to dirt roads or an unpaved driveway. Actually the are good for one thing and thats in the snow. They are unstoppable in the snow and slush. I never had to throw it into 4wd. Buy them if you want a set of good snow tires. If you are planning any type of real off road...GET 'EM OUT!! Go with the BFG's. Just my opinion.
 

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wow i have the exact oppisite opinion then you do on the procomp at's. i have the procomp at's 265 75 R16 and ithey are way better in the mud then the bfg's, hawii and i tested that. in the sand i did as good as a 2wd can do. but on the trails ive gone places i couldnt before with previous all terrains. ad in the snow i almost rammed into hawiiluvers truck cause i was sliding everywhere. oh and i also have had very poor wear on my tires have you?

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ive got the bfgs, 31x10.5x15 and driven my friends truck, 33s....with pro comps...and i must say that the BFGs bite a whole helluva lot better than the pro comps...BFG all the way
 

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ive got the bfgs, 31x10.5x15 and driven my friends truck, 33s....with pro comps...and i must say that the BFGs bite a whole helluva lot better than the pro comps...BFG all the way.

Go to costco to get the BFG's if u go that way....5 yr road hazard, lifetime mount and balance, and great prices too!!
 

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If i were u i would go with neither of them, go with the good year at/s they are quiet, smooth, and probably the most aggressive all terrain tire u can get with out going to a mud tire, i own a set of 32's and they have never let me down. They also chunk mud fairly well, ive been complimented on that before.
 

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im going to have to be the odd man out. i have Michelin LTX A/T and like them very much. They have done very well in any condtion. Granted they dont go great in mud but they do pretty good for an AT. Dirt, gravle, slat rock, i have no complaints and the tread wear is great. Ive had mine for 20,000 mi and they still look like new.
 

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theyre all very similar, doesnt matter what you buy. its all personal preferance. they all suck in mud but get good mileage for a truck tire. i have procomp M/T's now with about 20k miles in them. i do alot of driving so when they wear out by next spring im gonna go with an A/T (mud slicks) or goodyear MTR's.
 
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