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MSRP: $600.00
Average Price: $624.00
Manufacturer: MotoMaster
Recommended?
Yes: 2 / No: 0

MotoMaster Total Terrain At.
Solid, smooth running, Quiet on road All Terrain Tire.

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Jeepdriver2008
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Jeepdriver2008's Reviews

04-02-2011, 11:58 AM
Price: $648.00
Pros: Good price.. no handling nasties..
Cons: None yet
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Fitted to a 2002 Grand Cherokee Laredo 4x4..

Maybe slightly more noisy than the original Goodyear ST's, but they look ok.

Haven't noticed any handling nasties around the city or on the highway. Just missed using them in snow this year, but I hear that they are good. Certainly couldn't be any worse that the original Goodyears.

White letters face out. I don't have a problem with that. I am old enough to have had previous experience of falling from a stack of pride..

I live in SWO (London) now so won't know how they are on indifferent concesssion roads as found in Eastern Ontario, and I am not about to get arrested for off-roading over piles of snow still kicking around in mall parking lots.

The price included Nitrogen and a 5 year warranty, good for any CT. Works for me..


GregB_00XJ

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GregB_00XJ's Reviews

08-12-2008, 03:47 AM
MotoMaster Total Terrain AT
Price: $600.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: So far so good!
Reasonably priced, quiet on road, not been off road yet. Handle well, good in rain and supposedly great in mud/snow (within reason).
SO far very happy!



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