Nothing but the facts
Join Date: Aug 2004
Location: Holland mass USA
They suck in the slop, once they get caked up there just round donuts. But keep them out of the mud/slop and there a perfect tire for rocks. I had a set when they first came out and had to give them back to my friend, but the traction is unreal.
You dont even need to spin the tire just slow peddle them up the rock and they grip, when its hot and the rocks are hot also its like having super glue for tires, lol.
Sidewalls are there weak spot, this is where a Irok will out last a red lable but there just no way it can compete, no way. They do dry crack alot and normally a set last for 4-5 years and at 550 a tire for new ones its a expensive wear parts.
OP how do you know the tires have 80 miles on them, most if not all who use them would never get them on the road so how can they claim its only "80" miles.
Most judge them buy tread depth, maybe there 80% used. The less lug the better, I would still love to get a set that was even 50-40% teread life left, once the corners round off they grip like glue.
Due to there sticky nature buy design there are very hard on drive train parts, so expect alot more dammage or Mant. to go along with the use of them.
1993 YJ 4.0 60 Front, Rear steer 60, bolth spooled, 5.38's, 700r/241 39.5 iroks and beating it like it owes me money.
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