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  1. Gatorgold

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    Can anyone recommend a quieter tire than the Stock BFG’s? Specifically something a bit smoother on the highway. Thanks!
     
  2. Kashoggio

    Kashoggio Lives in a van down by the river.

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    Street tires but then you loose all your off-road capabilities also you bought a Raptor.
     
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    500mag FRF Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    I hope they're for a Prius....
     
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    I had the Nitto Ridge Grapplers and they were way more quiet and smooth compared to stock BFG’s. Also other members like the Goodyear’s but can’t remember the model.
     
  5. Kashoggio

    Kashoggio Lives in a van down by the river.

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    Nitto are really heavy and I found at half life they tend to be loud
     
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    The Goodyear duratrac gets loud as they wear, not the best choice for quietness. They are lighter than stock.
     
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    I tried to find the quietest street tread possible. Found the Continental, basically a street tread in the stock size. Problem was that it is E load rated. Rode like absolute dog shit. That is the problem with any other tire in the stock size, all D or E rated. Went back to the stock C rated tires and all good. They really aren't that loud until you get around 20-25k miles on them. Then they get louder by the day. If you find a street tread tire that rides like the stockers, please let us know, I am all ears. Until then I would stick with the BFG's.
     
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    Im using Nitto trail grapplers now. They are quiet but are new too. They feel very similar to the KO2's. Will have to see as they wear but they have a 50,000 mile wear warranty.
     
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    Cooper AT3 XLT. Had them in my 2500 and were exceptionally quiet and smooth ride. Didnt realize how noisy my duratracs were until I ran the coopers. Dead quiet.
     
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    I’ve got Toyo Open Country A/T’s on my Raptor currently. Very quiet & they’re surprisingly very aggressive looking for an all terrain tire.
     
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