Dunno Andy's stock rubber let him down a bit on that first climb. AT or MT tires would have definitely helped a lot. For the climb past the rolled Isuzu I would definitely recommend beter than stock tires due to the loose surface, ruts and rocks. But as you said for the rest of the terrian it was just fine, hell bayareabilly even cleared the mud with Dunlops (I think).caliFJ said:well....id say at least half the folks had their stock rubbers and a few of us had some bfgs in varying sizes. ill let the others tell you how big their rubbers are.....dirka dirka dirka..
anyway,....the folks with the stock rubber did just as well as anyone else there. the terrain did not necessarily require anything heavy doody. i can say that my bfgs have taken everything that ive thrown at them and i like em a lot for the time being. by the time i can afford a lift and stuff ill need new rubber. so sad now.