We have put over 100,000 miles on our truck with camper. Check our blog stories, I believe you'll find a well rounded set of travels - mountains in winter, the high passes in Colorado, the legendary roads in Death Valley, and a bunch of others we keep to ourselves.
I have wanted to love these BFG tires. So much so that I ran through two sets on our truck, close to 80,000 miles. Based on this extensive experience, please allow me to offer a very personal review.
Things I liked about the tires - they did well on dirt roads.
Things I did not like about the tires - they were poor in mud, mediocre in ice and snow (we live in the snow), poor thread life (barely reached 38,000 miles each set), noisy and got noisier as they wore.
If this tire went to school, here are the grades I'd give.
Dirt - B
Mud - D
Snow & Ice - C
Thread life - C
Quiet/Comfortable Ride - C
Overall, I give this tire a very strong C .
An idea on other tires I have used over the years - BigO Bigfoot, Bridgestone Desert Dueler, Cooper Discoverer, Toyo Open Country. My favorites from this bunch were the Cooper and Toyo.
Yesterday we put new tires on the truck and went with Cooper Discoverer ATP
Why we went with Cooper? I liked them in the past and personally spoke with people who drive on Coopers. They certainly looked like they were worth a try.
My critique of the Coopers will come after I've got 15,000 to 20,000 miles on them, if anyone has interest.