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post #46 of 561 Old 10-13-2005, 10:03 PM
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when i get my lift, im going to be getting some 33 inch trXus M/Ts for my rig...they are pretty reasonably priced and are, in my opinion, and from what ive heard from others that have used them, better then most other M/T tires...like in the peterson 4-wheel and offroad magazine, they had a competion with so many mud tires and the trxus came in first i believe


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post #47 of 561 Old 10-30-2005, 04:34 PM
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here are my 265/75/16 Firestone Destination M/T's its sitting against my xj but will be mounted on my ZJ

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post #48 of 561 Old 11-28-2005, 06:09 PM
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I have 35/12.5 XT's on my 97 TJ I wont buy another set i drive 80/90% on the road and they get crappy mileage but they are a good off road tire.

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post #49 of 561 Old 11-28-2005, 06:12 PM
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Ive got 35/12.5 XT's on my TJ and hate them was looking at the Toyo Open Country M/T does anybody have any experience with them.

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post #50 of 561 Old 12-18-2005, 10:03 AM
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i put a set of thornbird 29-10.50's on my cherokee and they are awesome went out the other day and buried the rear to the axle and still pulled out in 2 wheel drive. they are noisy but i think there the best mud and all terrain tire. price was 140 apeice and 15 a tire for shipping.
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post #51 of 561 Old 12-20-2005, 01:41 AM
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anybody run the buckshot mudders? i had a pair on the back of my 2wd truck and they did pritty good as far as gunbo mud road ware and noise. http://www.nebraskatire.com/lt_truck...hotmudders.htm
I loved my pair. Unfortunatly, they are allmost gone. Started looking for another set and ....guess what. Can't seem to find them any more. Your link is no longer any good either. Anybody with some info on Gateway Buckshots please drop me a line.
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post #52 of 561 Old 12-23-2005, 09:47 PM
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as far as those Maxxis Buckshots go try looking on e-bay for them there are a few ebay stores that sell them all the time at really decent prices. got my 32-11.5-15 for 440 shipped
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post #53 of 561 Old 01-10-2006, 01:26 PM
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The Interco Boggers are the best and one of the only, mud only disigned mud tires out there. there expensive but they work.
heres a link to a dealer thats selling them for buy3 get 1 free


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post #54 of 561 Old 01-10-2006, 09:10 PM
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anybody heard any thing on the bridgestone dueler's i read a survey on tirerack that said they were supposed to be bad a$$, and another on4x4review.com and they liked them even more. so all ive heard is positive is there anything wrong with these tires? thanks in advance

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post #55 of 561 Old 01-12-2006, 05:30 PM
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Are the Ground Hawgs any good. I've heard that they last a long time on the road due to the hardness of the rubber
Probably way late to answer your question but...

They are pretty loud because of the hard rubber compound.
They last for a long time because of the hard rubber compound.

So if you can take the noise they are a pretty good tire.

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post #56 of 561 Old 01-13-2006, 08:18 PM
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Does anybody have any info on SSR tires? any pics of 35-37's on a TJ or just a jeep..

YES My old jeep is RUNNING A 2.4L TURBO MOTOR If you want to know
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post #58 of 561 Old 01-29-2006, 10:54 PM
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^^^^^^^ yah there cool. Im runnin them on my 92 YJ. They do great in snow, on road driving as well. Havent taken them in mud yet but id imagine theyd do pretty good. Good price as well.

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post #59 of 561 Old 01-30-2006, 10:43 PM
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Here's mine. I need to get them sipped because these stink in the rain but all around they are a pretty good tire.


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post #60 of 561 Old 01-31-2006, 09:18 PM
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Has anyone ever run the Baja MT from Fleet Farm? I've seen a few mud trucks around here with them, but never had a chance to ask them how they like the tires. They run true to size: a 31" measures 31". The price is pretty reasonable too.


'98 TJ has been under the knife the last 18 months getting a new frame, torque boxes and fenders.
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