I've owned both and recently stuck with Nitto TGs. In my opinion they last longer and are better priced. I'm no expert but I think they move water out better on wet streets. It just looks that way to me ???
Where the heck are you driving? That sounds like the things I'd get in my motorcycle tires from the 'tween' lane. (in between the car pools and fast lane)FJ-Piper said:I've always gone with the BFG AT's and have been quite happy with them. Although, I seem to get the weirdest stuff stuck in them so I wonder if they are more prone to picking up puncture objects. so far I got several nails, screws, a lag bolt, large drill bit, a cylinder head valve and some 8 inch long chrome stepped metal thing.
Good to know. I have the ProComp AT's, which are really similar in tread pattern to the BFG. One of my main goals with the FJ is to be able to get to the mountains during snow season, with little worry. I'll keep this in mind in the future.uphill said:I really like the Nittos. DOMINICG is correct that they are not as good in deep snow as BFG's but I don't drive much in snow.
Hahaha 405, 605, 710, 110, 10, 15, 215, 5, 105, 60 and 91 freeways, industrial construction sites in Carson & Rancho Dominguez, SBNF, LPNF, CNF, and ANF. Oh and probably a few other places that slipped my mind.CADavebert said:Where the heck are you driving? That sounds like the things I'd get in my motorcycle tires from the 'tween' lane. (in between the car pools and fast lane)