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i am running 36inch mtzs and they work well so far hey they only have 1000miles on them
Check out the specs on the new Pro comp Extreme M/T's I have a set on my chevy and while they look semi-aggressive they do ride nice and aren't noisy at all. I only have something less than 1K on them now and they look like they did the day I put them on. I've had them in the sand and they worked great. Drove in the rain with them and they felt quite nice too. I couldn't tell you about other terrains as I haven't done much more than that. Sorry. Something else to consider.
Boggers or go home.
got some pics and specs??
They look more open and aggressive in person
like i said i have only had my mtzs for a month they are quieter than a bfg mt on the freeway. They rule in mud and as for rockcrawler they work awesome running them at 8psi and snow and ice they work well to
well man, ive owned like 5 or more sets o boggiesi love em and tehy are mean as hell. but i have to drive my rig 687 miles in a few months ill tell yall why in a few weeks
You are moving to Wichita??? KOOOOOOOOL!!
Dan, just my opinion, but you may want to look into the BFG MTs a bit more. I really like mine, have had them for about 3 years, and they've got about 30-40K on them now. I've still got decent tread, a little less than 50%, but not much. Sidewalls have held up, they flex pretty well, and their preformance is good on rocks, snow, and sand. The little mud that I go into, they are great, but I've stayed away from that since my truck decided it was allergic to it, and started sneezing motors. I've never had a problem with them cleaning out.
Dan i got 3 good procomp xterrain's w/ 80-90% tread left 37x13.5x15 were on my girlfriends dodge but i got her some irok's. i have the other 4th one too but its got a pretty good rash so you would have to buy ONE... i mean you can still drive on it but treads way messed up. and i'm in portland if your looking for tires for cheap.
hahahha, i said 600, not 1600
what about the off brands, like kumho, and cooper, i see that they have stepped up to make larger mt tires. anyone know anything about those??
Dany boy what are you doing?I have not seen a good Kumho yet, or heard of one. The new Coopers are a good street tire but lack the sidewall for offroad. The Toyo mt's are the best all around tire that I know off, they are good both on and off road also not to bad in mud. The BFG's mt's aren't a bad tire, there sidewalls are pretty good but they cup easier than the other tires out there. And as for the at's they suck in my opinion. The MT/R's are a good tire but if you want the best sidewall you have to get a 10 ply. As for swampers they are great offroad but not the best on road. Even though I still drive on them all the time. The Truxes mt's are the one's I keeps telling you you should run, they are the best on road/offroad tire the swamper makes. The pitbulls are a good tire as for as I know, I don't think they are the best on road though. And as for siping, you should not sipe tires that are going to be on rocks. This will chunck you tread. If you do sipe your tires make sure that it is no more than 7/32's. The best thing to do is groove your tires.
irok those are some noisy B@$T@rd$
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