New BFG/Michelin tire on the works ??

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Saw this ones at the start of the 1000 anybody close to wilsons know if they like them
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Looks like some one took a tire groover to a General tire, lol
 

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Hahahaha, lmao
 

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Hey Pat Maxxis hold air too if you stay on course and dont rip the sidewalls out, lol
 

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Bfg is owned by Michelin, look at the XML or what ever truck tires they run on military trucks and you can see the tread resemblance.
 

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I believe these are the tires used by the Peugeot Dakar cars. They used them for the first time in a race last month. They are supposed to be lighter weight than the BFG KR2.

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Maybe BFG/Michelin was doing some Dakar tire testing at the Baja 1000!!!
 

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Saw these on the way to Utah. Looks like the old Project pattern. I'd run them.
Those are for the TT of the Future!!! 88-inchers!!!
 
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