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Size & Brand on Stock

Postby catbones [OP] » February 17th 2014, 9:04pm

Hi guys,

So since I'm keeping the Astro, I'm also going to replace the tires on it in a few weeks. I'm doing my research now for the better deal. Now as you all know, I also tow a 3000 - 3500lbs trailer behind me most of the summer. My Astro is also pretty basic in terms of lifts, none that is. I do think that the PO did something because compare to other ones around here, it sits a little higher and my right front tire rubs off on tight turns. Maybe he just put bigger tires.

However, my newbie question would be, what's the perfect size of tire and brand I can look at without doing any type of lift on here. Unless, at minimum I can do a lift and get more height for the new tires.
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Re: Size & Brand on Stock

Postby 97cargocrawler » February 17th 2014, 10:37pm

I've always been a HUGE fan of BFG A/T's. No matter the size they can make anything look like a truck and the handling in my opinion is excellent.
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Re: Size & Brand on Stock

Postby Allmntrider » February 17th 2014, 10:51pm

2nd that on the bfg's. The sidewalls usually dry rot before the tread wears out. Coopers if you want a American made and owned tire.
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Re: Size & Brand on Stock

Postby WoodButcher » February 18th 2014, 12:21am

The stock size should be on the door sticker. What ever tire you choose be sure to get an "LT" (light truck) generally speaking they are inflated to 45 or 50 psi, have thicker, more plies in the sidewall that will give you stability when towing or loaded.
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Re: Size & Brand on Stock

Postby chevymaher » February 18th 2014, 12:42am

WoodButcher wrote:The stock size should be on the door sticker. What ever tire you choose be sure to get an "LT" (light truck) generally speaking they are inflated to 45 or 50 psi, have thicker, more plies in the sidewall that will give you stability when towing or loaded.

You left out the good part. I gets rid of the driving on butter feeling in the corners.
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Re: Size & Brand on Stock

Postby catbones [OP] » February 18th 2014, 12:50am

97cargocrawler wrote:I've always been a HUGE fan of BFG A/T's. No matter the size they can make anything look like a truck and the handling in my opinion is excellent.


Like these http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires.jsp ... n+T%2FA+KO
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Re: Size & Brand on Stock

Postby 97cargocrawler » February 18th 2014, 1:21am

catbones wrote:
97cargocrawler wrote:I've always been a HUGE fan of BFG A/T's. No matter the size they can make anything look like a truck and the handling in my opinion is excellent.


Like these http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires.jsp ... n+T%2FA+KO



Yup! Been driving in trucks with those for over 30 years. They are superb.
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Re: Size & Brand on Stock

Postby catbones [OP] » February 18th 2014, 1:34am

97cargocrawler wrote:
catbones wrote:
97cargocrawler wrote:I've always been a HUGE fan of BFG A/T's. No matter the size they can make anything look like a truck and the handling in my opinion is excellent.


Like these http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires.jsp ... n+T%2FA+KO



Yup! Been driving in trucks with those for over 30 years. They are superb.


They look sweet I bet the ride is awesome too
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Re: Size & Brand on Stock

Postby catbones [OP] » February 18th 2014, 1:35am

Any good place online for buying tires?
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Re: Size & Brand on Stock

Postby 97cargocrawler » February 18th 2014, 2:54am

I bought my last set on Amazon but that's simply because I can no longer deal with the rejects at 4wheelparts. I think Costco and Sears typically stock these in normal sizes if you have those stores near you. The BFG A/T's are a pretty common truck tire so they are usually not hard to find locally. Often places have deals on these tires.
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Re: Size & Brand on Stock

Postby catbones [OP] » February 18th 2014, 2:59am

97cargocrawler wrote:I bought my last set on Amazon but that's simply because I can no longer deal with the rejects at 4wheelparts. I think Costco and Sears typically stock these in normal sizes if you have those stores near you. The BFG A/T's are a pretty common truck tire so they are usually not hard to find locally. Often places have deals on these tires.


Thanks for the info :) btw awesome stuff what you did with your van !
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Re: Size & Brand on Stock

Postby markmitch » February 18th 2014, 3:42am

another excellent tire is hercules I had there terra tracs on a truck and on my van I have hercules HP 4000 265/60R15 on the back and 245/70R15 on the front Hercules also has a tire called trail diggers on a big lifted 4x4 K5 blazer and those would climb anything and sling some serious mud. Very good tire brand made in the USA by cooper.
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Re: Size & Brand on Stock

Postby ronaldperu » February 18th 2014, 4:57am

catbones wrote:
97cargocrawler wrote:I bought my last set on Amazon but that's simply because I can no longer deal with the rejects at 4wheelparts. I think Costco and Sears typically stock these in normal sizes if you have those stores near you. The BFG A/T's are a pretty common truck tire so they are usually not hard to find locally. Often places have deals on these tires.


Thanks for the info :) btw awesome stuff what you did with your van !


go to onlinetires.com, i always get there the best prices
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Re: Size & Brand on Stock

Postby catbones [OP] » April 22nd 2014, 7:12pm

just returning to this, I'm thinking of putting th A/T tires on.. but I'm wondering 1.) what size can I fit under a normal height (no lift) ... I think its 16 the norm, 2.) am I also going to have to replace the rips as well with these A/T tires?
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Re: Size & Brand on Stock

Postby SilverBullet1997 » April 22nd 2014, 9:01pm

Your year is a 16" Rim, I believe your stock size tire is a 215/70R16, I ran the BFG A/T T/A KO's in the stock size on my van with the stock rims, which were LT215/75r15(my van is a 97). You do not need to change your rims to run a stock sized tire.

I recommend Discount Tire if you have not already checked them out, they are really one of the best companies out there in my opinion, they have great customer service, 1000's of locals.

BTW: Now I run LT31x1050r15 BFG's A/T's.....


I just crunched the numbers at Discount Tire(in my local zipcode) the tires in your stock size 215/70r16 are 187$, mine in the stock size were 137$.... Quite a difference in price.... Probably because it is not a 'common size', I would recommend calling discount tire and talking to one of their tech's and seeing if there is a 'common size' tire that would fit without rubbing.
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Re: Size & Brand on Stock

Postby Lumpy » April 22nd 2014, 9:45pm

SilverBullet1997 wrote:
...I recommend Discount Tire...



I do as well.

We have a total of 36 tires on various rolling items from garden carts to 1 ton trucks to trailers. Every one of them has tires bought from and installed by DiscountTire. We always buy the road hazard warranty on cars, trucks and trailers. They only charge us for tires/tubes (no installation) on garden carts and riding lawnmowers.

Rotate, balance any time you want. Repair or replace under warranty when needed. Hot lookin' Scottsdale moms in their luxury Beemers and HumVees pulling in to get their tire pressure checked. Young, strong boys hustle to get your tires on and off. They even have free bottled water in the lobby. All that and if you CAN beat the price anywhere, it's only by a dollar or two for the entire car. And they'll usually match or beat that if you ask.


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Re: Size & Brand on Stock

Postby SilverBullet1997 » April 22nd 2014, 9:48pm

Lumpy wrote:
SilverBullet1997 wrote:
...I recommend Discount Tire...



.....Young, strong boys hustle to get your tires on and off.....
Lump


:whistle:


Lumpy wrote: All that and if you CAN beat the price anywhere, it's only by a dollar or two for the entire car. And they'll usually match or beat that if you ask.
Lump


Yay! That too...
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Re: Size & Brand on Stock

Postby Tegnus » April 22nd 2014, 10:28pm

On the other hand I think BFG A/T's are outdated, they are still being bought because people tend to use old technology and trust it, but it's matter of time until they realize there are far superior tires on market...

If that would be case in technology we would still be using Nokia and Blackberry not Smartphones like iPhones with touchscreens etc.
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Re: Size & Brand on Stock

Postby Lumpy » April 22nd 2014, 10:32pm

Tegnus wrote:On the other hand I think BFG A/T's are outdated, they are still being bought because people tend to use old technology and trust it, but it's matter of time until they realize there are far superior tires on market...


I filled my BFG A/Ts with DexCool. Made a world of difference both on and off road.


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Re: Size & Brand on Stock

Postby SilverBullet1997 » April 22nd 2014, 10:41pm

Lumpy wrote:
Tegnus wrote:On the other hand I think BFG A/T's are outdated, they are still being bought because people tend to use old technology and trust it, but it's matter of time until they realize there are far superior tires on market...


I filled my BFG A/Ts with DexCool. Made a world of difference both on and off road.


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I am sure it did, on road you turned into a milk shake, off road you go anywhere!
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