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post #1 of 9 Old 04-29-2013, 09:29 AM Thread Starter
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Goodyear Wrangler MT/R Questions

I have been researching tires for a couple of months now and really narrowed it down to this one. I was wondering what your guy's opinion is on these tires. I would also like your opinions on alternate tires verses these. I really don't care about wear. I just need them to last a year. What I am looking for is decent performance in the mud, woods, mild rocks, and decent drivability on the street (don't care how loud they are). Thanks guys, looking forward to your responses.

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post #2 of 9 Old 04-29-2013, 08:40 PM
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myself and two other people i ride with have mtrs. i absolutely love them. they clean better than km2s i belive as well. i dont have a locker and this tire has gotten me everywhere i wanted. only time they didnt was in a situation i needed a locker. in my book what else could you ask for?
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I love my MTR's. My TJ had 245/75R16 (31's) on it when I bought it. I wheeled it a lot of miles last year and I was very very impressed with them. I felt like they handled all the different terrain I threw at them with flying colors. I put 17,000 plus miles on them on the street last year as well and I thought they rode decent for a E rated sidewall and fairly quiet. I liked them so much that when I replaced them, I put 285/75R16 MTR's on it. Had them off road for the first time last week and at 14psi, I loved them. Snow, mud and rocks were no match for them....

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I love my MTR's. My TJ had 245/75R16 (31's) on it when I bought it. I wheeled it a lot of miles last year and I was very very impressed with them. I felt like they handled all the different terrain I threw at them with flying colors. I put 17,000 plus miles on them on the street last year as well and I thought they rode decent for a E rated sidewall and fairly quiet. I liked them so much that when I replaced them, I put 285/75R16 MTR's on it. Had them off road for the first time last week and at 14psi, I loved them. Snow, mud and rocks were no match for them....
Thanks, you pretty much fully convinced me. I am definitely going with the MT/R's. By the way, you wouldn't happen to be associated with 1320 video would you?
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Thanks, you pretty much fully convinced me. I am definitely going with the MT/R's. By the way, you wouldn't happen to be associated with 1320 video would you?
No not associated with 1320 video but I have seen some of their stuff. My username comes from my 8 second 71 Nova street car....

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I have been researching tires for a couple of months now and really narrowed it down to this one. I was wondering what your guy's opinion is on these tires. I would also like your opinions on alternate tires verses these. I really don't care about wear. I just need them to last a year. What I am looking for is decent performance in the mud, woods, mild rocks, and decent drivability on the street (don't care how loud they are). Thanks guys, looking forward to your responses.

Nothing wrong with the MTRs. Another choice would be Nitto Mud Grapplers.

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No not associated with 1320 video but I have seen some of their stuff. My username comes from my 8 second 71 Nova street car....
Sounds sweet! Got a youtube video of it?
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Sounds sweet! Got a youtube video of it?

550" BBC on the bottle.....

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550" BBC on the bottle.....
That thing is a beast!
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