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Two Thumbs Up for BFG A/T KOHO's

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Canuck, Nov 7, 2000.

  1. Canuck

    Canuck 1/2 ton status

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    Two Thumbs Up for BFG A/T KOHO\'s

    Well, up here in Brandon Manitoba Canada, We have had a `sh!t load of snow and all roads and hiways are totally ice covered. Most of the hiways are closed this morning.
    The Blazer was in 4-hi and with the BF Goodrich All Terrain Koho's on it that I bought this summer. That truck bites the snow and ice.
    Excellent traction, great steering, and no problem busting through the drifts. I will highly recommend them.

    Of coarse there on the best truck ever built. The Blazer is awesome out there.

    My staff are pissed of though. I told them if they can't get to work, the Blazer and I will be around to pick them up.

    Canuck

    Go Wide or Stay @ Home
     
  2. shum1

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    Re: Two Thumbs Up for BFG A/T KOHO\'s

    Sounds great, what size tires and wheels you runnin?
     
  3. Chewy

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    Re: Two Thumbs Up for BFG A/T KOHO\'s

    Good to hear. I am running 35x14.5 Mickey Baja's on my truck and it snowed here in Colorado over the weekend. These tires sucked on the ice. I was thinking of getting some BFG AT's and now I know I need to. I'll probably go with the 35x12.5's. I can't wait to get them. Did you get your's siped? I think I am going to do it to mine.

    [​IMG] '87 Beast
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  4. Canuck

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    Re: Two Thumbs Up for BFG A/T KOHO\'s

    There are only 31's by 10.5's. I'm not into the lift thing. I've tried to keep my Blazer factory original. I was reading the posts regarding the siping of the tires. If you look at the A/T's there are actually siped from the factory. They are not huge cuts, but all the middle treads are cut. I thought why bother, and like I originally posted, they work excellent as is.

    Canuck

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  5. BurbinOR

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    Re: Two Thumbs Up for BFG A/T KOHO\'s

    After 3 winters in Pennsylvania, I would wholeheartedly endorse the BFG A/T in general, mine weren't the new KO versions but about 3 year old models. Nonetheless they work great in snow!

    <font color=black>'79 - 406 TPI -<font color=orange> K5#5 - <font color=blue>See it at---&gt;http://www.blazzinor.coloradok5.com
     

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