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post #1 of 23 Old 05-19-2008, 07:18 AM Thread Starter
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Too good to be true? (Nankang Mudstar tires)

I just read the post about the Nankang Mudstar tires being inexpensive, so I looked them up on Unsertire.com, and 33x12.50 is only $115, with free shipping!!! Does anyone else have them? Do you like them? Do they last?

Also, beware: 4wd.com website says free shipping on all orders over $198, so I was going to get bfg at today, went to checkout, still said free shipping, called and asked about shipping, NOT free on tires. They tricked me. I beotched them out. That is why I am looking at the nankangs.


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post #2 of 23 Old 05-19-2008, 07:46 AM Thread Starter
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update

I just called unsertire.com, they don't carry the mudstar anymore, said noone was buying them.. I'll check around, maybe e-bay?

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post #3 of 23 Old 05-19-2008, 07:49 AM
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they are junk...no joke, thy are the tires that come free when u buy rims...

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CHECK MY THREAD 3 DOWN FROM YOURS....

i just bought new 32 in. tires, nankang mudstars m/t they look just like maxxis buckshot mudders.they also work very, very, well in mud. the price is very affordable.here is a link to me testing the out. i hope this info is helpfull.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9siLx1y4NHE

http://www.offroaders.com/tech/AT-MT...hot-Mudder.htm

http://www.nankang.com.tw/upload/N889.swf
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im probably a couple years late on this but whatever.

I love mine. nearing 3k miles with them. looks to me that they will hold up till i hit around 30-40k miles

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Reviving the dead...

Anyone have any further input on longevity? Looking to purchase some new m/t's and the price can't be beat.
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Well, while driving to school one day. I hit a curb pretty damn hard due to the reason that this lady doesnt know how to drive on narrow roads and cut me off. But anyways, Hit it pretty hard with the sidewall, nothing happened, so the sidewall is pretty firm. im rocking 5k miles on them. And i expect to get 40k atleast highway miles. But someone that is a little bit easier could definetly get higher milage. Im 17, how do you expect me to drive?

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Reviving the dead...

Anyone have any further input on longevity? Looking to purchase some new m/t's and the price can't be beat.
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Thanks for the input!

Btw, don't thank me. I'm just a paper pusher in an office with no personal options in work clothes
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Thanks for the input!

Btw, don't thank me. I'm just a paper pusher in an office with no personal options in work clothes
i may have to sig that, in a matter of fact i think i will

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Update.
Went mudding with them, they were amazing, they cleaned well, handled the rocks well.

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I have a set of 31 mudstars ive had for almost a year and a half cons: they are a little lumpy on the road cause of manufacturing but knock on wood ive never had a flat a couple of nicks here and there and they do chunk a bit if doing logging road driving soft rubber compound and the side walls seem quite exposed when you air em down below 20psi they suck on ice. Pros hook up on eveything else but hard snow and ice clean out with minimal spin quiet on the road price seem to wear pretty good. Good for weekend wheeler that you drive daily. I will buy another set when these wear out!
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I have a set of 31 mudstars ive had for almost a year and a half cons: they are a little lumpy on the road cause of manufacturing but knock on wood ive never had a flat a couple of nicks here and there and they do chunk a bit if doing logging road driving soft rubber compound and the side walls seem quite exposed when you air em down below 20psi they suck on ice. Pros hook up on eveything else but hard snow and ice clean out with minimal spin quiet on the road price seem to wear pretty good. Good for weekend wheeler that you drive daily. I will buy another set when these wear out!
What do you mean by lumpy? Out of round, or rough riding??

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Just bought a set of 32 1150. I'll let you know how they do?
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