What are some good 4×4 tires?

I have a 2003 Gmc Sierra duramax diesel and it has a lot of torque (of course it's a diesel) and right now I have BFg's All terrian on and they are great but when it comes to off roading I lose traction easily with the added torque and driving conditions. Any suggestions on a good truck 4×4 tire that won't slip in the mud and still looks good?

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6 Responses to What are some good 4×4 tires?

  1. Alive and Well May 16, 2009 at 12:07 am #


    I work for Goodyear so I am a little biased. The Goodyear MTR is a great offroad tire. They won't slip. And you won't get stuck. AND they look good. There are a few websites listed below so that you can see them. You can check them out on the Goodyear website which can also find a dealer near you. The site is below.

    Hope this helps. Good luck.


  2. Kelly Bundy May 16, 2009 at 12:07 am #

    go to canadian tire

  3. demesolamente May 16, 2009 at 12:07 am #

    The Brigstone Dular A/T revos are the best all terain tire's I've seen to date they run quite on the rood and they are amazing off road. My sister parked my truck in a mud pit once I thought the truck was stuck for sure but it walked right out with the Dulars it would have been stuck for sure with it's old bfg's

  4. Justcurious81 May 16, 2009 at 12:07 am #

    Bridgestone Dueler A/T REVOS…check on Tire Rack They are an AWESOME TIRE…I have them on a 04 Toyota tacoma Dbl Cab and they refuse to slip have yet to let me down anywhere mud, rain, snow, ice is a different story but most tires SUCK on it ne way

  5. 007 May 16, 2009 at 12:07 am #


  6. B May 16, 2009 at 12:07 am #

    BFg's make a mud terrain! Pro-Comp offers a great deal buy 3 get the 4th for free. Pro-comp X-terrain is pretty aggressive. Super swampers are great but mine didn't last long on the road. However my favorite is the Nitto mud grapplers….they are expensive but its a great looking tire. No matter what you get just remember bias tires are really for off-road use only get a radial. If you get a real big tire, like anything over a 35" your going to have put a different set of gears in. Good luck and don't get stuck!!!