Re: Tire Question

Someplace Else would be Chicago. I wanted to get new wheels, the weld rockcrushers, and a suspension lift, but I couldn't talk my husband into it.
I guess living right outside downtown Chicago, and having it as my daily driver isn't too practical :)
I do some light offroading from time to time, and with the original tires it isn't much fun. I've been looking at the BFG's, the Goodyear wrangler AT's, and the Bridgestone Revo's. The revos have the best reviews that I've seen but they don't seem to have a very aggressive tread pattern. I would like to do more offroading, but until I get a 3rd truck for strictly onroad driving I can't do all the mods I want to the dodge.

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