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|Ride quality should be about the same, noise may not be.
A lot of controversy can be slung around in this subject. I run my MT's which for me are reasonably really quiet for such huge lugged tires. I actually hate that WRRRRRRrrrrrrrrrrrr noise of lug slap running down the road TBH.
But I love the more aggressive look and my DynaPro MT's have given me an amazing amount of mileage of any tire I've ever owned.. keep in mind I don't buy tires for mileage but more for performance reasons; usually in the case of grip or stickyness.
Now my 8 year tire selling/installation friend will argue hes not been hindered by any terrain yet in his BFG AT's.. and everything we've done together.. I havent seen him have an issue myself. MY MT's have gotten me into some issues in silty sand - wasnt aired down and when I stopped and jumped back on the throttle she just dug in and deep. Then again 3.08 gearing, single tire fire at the time.
Outside of looks, do you need an MT in your neck of the woods? do you hit any difficult trails that would require an MT or plan to?
If not I'd stick to the AT's as you seem happy with them, i'd just tuck the white lettering inside..
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