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im more of a bogger kind of guy!
A guy I know has some boggers on his 1st gen, and they have the softest, most flexible lugs I have ever touched.
i have around 4,000 miles on a set of 37/13.5/17 SS M16 and i think they are a great tire. they are just as quite if not quiter then my old truxx's mt's, they are amazingly soft! i have only ran them down the 12 psi or so, and they hook up great! the side walls are amazingly soft and flex very well for a 10 PLY side wall! . these tires are on my Dd/ww and i really like them. i have a couple a good wheeling trips on these tires and they have yet to disapoint me. imo they hook up way better then my irok radials did. i am going to be taking a groover to these tires shortly i am just waiting for some free time to make up a pattern of some sort and groove them. they hook up great all around, i have had them in the snow a couple of times with out airing down and they did okay... mind you i was open diffs front and rear attempting to blaze trail in three feet of washington's mushy ass wet heavy spring snow...i am heading to the dunes this weekend to try um in the sand
I must have been thinking about another tire. so they would wear fast on pavement then i assume
Yes, general rule of thumb, the more aggressive the tire, the faster it will wear out on the street.
depending on the material compound... these are radials and they are fairly aggressive and i expect them to last.. :driving:this is the best pic i have of the tires on my truck, i don't have a camera at the moment so this will have to do
Note I said GENERAL rule of thumb. there will be exceptions, but the compound is directly related to its use. A road tire is going to have a harder compound, because the tire doesn't have any need to flex or mold around stuff, and an offroad tire does.
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