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Unread 12-15-2009, 08:32 AM   #16
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just a thought.. Most Big rig truck tires are re-treads. Just think about how many miles a year they put on thier tires.. I honestly think you will have no issues.

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Unread 12-15-2009, 08:43 AM   #17
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I had a tire shop tell me they wont hold up to serious offroading . They say they will seperate on rocks and trails cuz of the way the tire gets twisted and flexed. Is this true? I was looking at them too but am unsure. I use mine as DD and off-roading. I need new tires soon and need to know what I sould do.
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Unread 12-15-2009, 10:41 AM   #18
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I've abused these tires more than any one should, mainly because they were so cheap. The set I have now took nothing balance. If you get them you'll be satisfied
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Unread 02-12-2010, 11:34 PM   #19
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how much does is cost to ship it?... they want all the billing info..
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Unread 02-17-2010, 08:23 PM   #20
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I had a tire shop tell me they wont hold up to serious offroading . They say they will seperate on rocks and trails cuz of the way the tire gets twisted and flexed.
Do you think that a salesman at a Ford dealership would tell you to go buy a Jeep?

Think about it....
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Unread 02-17-2010, 08:37 PM   #21
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how much does is cost to ship it?... they want all the billing info..
For (4) 31" tires...

Beverly Hills, CA - $101.64
Spokane, WA - $83.64
Austin, TX - $83.64
Albany, NY - $119.96
Miami, FL - $119.96

Any location closer to South Dakota will be cheaper.
(I live an hour away from Treadwright )

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Unread 02-22-2010, 03:02 PM   #22
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Do you think that a salesman at a Ford dealership would tell you to go buy a Jeep?

Think about it....
Very good point.
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Has anyone run the kedge grip tires? For the popular sizes (235 & 31"), the regular tread is hard to find in stock, but the kedge grip is usually available.

Oh, and I think I will be going down to the treadwright business sometime soon. Will keep everyone posted.
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Unread 02-25-2010, 03:07 PM   #24
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I got my tires in today. I know everyone wants details, so I inspected and took some pictures. Total price was $297.00 shipped to my door (I live 2 hours away).

These are the 235/75-15 ATG (P). The (C) tires must be made from 2 ply carcasses, because these showed a higher load rating on the website. Actually this specific tire did not show a load rating, but the 235 Mud tires did.

The ONLY blems I see are the center portions of a couple outside lugs that are rounded for some reason. It looks like the siping machine had a blade issue. There are only 4-5 of these 'bad' lugs on each tire.

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Has anyone run the kedge grip tires? For the popular sizes (235 & 31"), the regular tread is hard to find in stock, but the kedge grip is usually available.

Oh, and I think I will be going down to the treadwright business sometime soon. Will keep everyone posted.
I have the BFG looking 285s with the Kedge grip, I still only have less then 5k miles on them so far but I haven't had any traction problems at all
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Very informative thread! If my BFG A/Ts ever die I'll probably get the Tread Wright knock offs.

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I had a tire shop tell me they wont hold up to serious offroading . They say they will seperate on rocks and trails cuz of the way the tire gets twisted and flexed. Is this true? I was looking at them too but am unsure. I use mine as DD and off-roading. I need new tires soon and need to know what I sould do.
They will be fine..there is another website fourm that put them to the test from offroad to street driving and they never said one bad thing about them.
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They will be fine..there is another website fourm that put them to the test from offroad to street driving and they never said one bad thing about them.
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I usually air mine down to 20psi when I hit the high country, and I've had zero issues after 3,000 miles.
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I got my tires in today. I know everyone wants details, so I inspected and took some pictures. Total price was $297.00 shipped to my door (I live 2 hours away).

These are the 235/75-15 ATG (P). The (C) tires must be made from 2 ply carcasses, because these showed a higher load rating on the website. Actually this specific tire did not show a load rating, but the 235 Mud tires did.

The ONLY blems I see are the center portions of a couple outside lugs that are rounded for some reason. It looks like the siping machine had a blade issue. There are only 4-5 of these 'bad' lugs on each tire.

Here are pics....
Those are the atg's, looks good. I was going to order a set but they said they are 2-3 weeks on back order. But they had the crawler m/t's ready to ship so i ordered a set of 5 of those with kedge grip in a 235 75 15. Cost me 410.00 shipped to north Denver.
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Unread 07-01-2010, 08:33 PM   #30
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Ive had my Treadwright Crawlers for about 2 months or so now, Im nothing but impressed and will be suprised if i ever by another type of brand new tire for my Jeeps again.

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