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Or if you got the cash mtr's work great too, i find my iroks hookup a lot better on the rocks/mud but they are close behind.
if you want a road tire dont buy a interco tire they are a wheeling tire not a DD tire
what i can tell you is the Cooper tires are the best of both worlds
I know there are many other tire threads looking for advise, but here is what I am interested in:(1) What are the best Interco Tires for pavement/highway driving?(2) What kind of mileage are people getting with Interco Tires on the street?(3) How do they compare in road noise, handling, etc.. to BFG Muds, MTR's, Open Country MT etc...?(4) How does the handling/noise change as the Interco tires wear?I drive my truck as a daily driver enough that I am positive that the BFG type of tire is the best way to go, but I am always tempted by the Interco products because I know they are superior off road. Ready, AIM, FIRE!
I tend to agree with Mr_DIY I've never seen an SSR preform very well offroad Onroad they're decent, but offroad, they've got horrible traction. Personally I've run BFG ATs (on a fullsize dodge) BFG MTs, and MTRs. I think the MTRs and the MTs are a pretty comparable tire, and I've never had any problem with the sidewalls on either one When I went through the 'con for the roundup, I didn't air down (didn't want to lose the ground clearance under the center frame of my IFS, and I was thoroughly pleased with the grip of the MTs, and the sidewall flex I usually run them between 25-30 psi, and Have about 25K on them, with a little more than half tread left. I think my next set of tires will be a set of TSLs, a little better offroad preformance, and I'm not driving my truck near as much as I used to, so the onroad manners won't be as big a deal anymore.
the sx is a tsl with extra sidewall bite.the ssr is a way different tire in both tread and rubber compound b/c it's radial.
I'll try to get that
aren't the toyos really expensive? ..compared to MT/Rs or BFG MTs
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yes they are a little more expensive....if I could afford it I would like to try running some Maxxis Creepy crawlers....It seems like hardly anyone runs them
yes they are a little more expensive....if I could afford it I would like to try running some Maxxis Creepy crawlers....
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