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03-21-2020 07:33 PM
BKCNTRY Just picked up a set an hour before Wal-Mart shutdown tire and lubes on Thursday. So far so good. While playing with the Viair compressor I noticed the sidewall on the tires say 50psi is that correct? Should I be filling these to 50 psi, seems very very high...
11-24-2016 10:34 PM
WXJEEP Sticker shock when I bought these. They do provide good off road traction in mud, sand, gravel and snow.
07-31-2016 05:35 PM
auae85 Size used is 31x10.50x15. On my 2005 LJ, I got approximately 69,000 miles out of a 5-tire set purchased in 2010. 90% on road usage. I rotated every 6,000 miles. Never had a flat. They will however experience "death wobble" sometimes as they get close to being worn out. I just replaced them with another set, hopefully to get another 60,000+ miles.
12-05-2015 09:09 PM
Mavsjeep13 these tires were a step up from the stock sized tires i had on it before them. That being said I put them on in August made a couple long distance trip for my jeep that is about one hundred miles to the destination and they had minimal tire hum for being thirty ones. The tread its self is relatively meaty but nothing compared to say maxxis or some other brands out there. That being said the bite from the tread on the side walls make going down to the river or going through some trails with mud a virtual cake walk. As i mentioned i had them put on in August then i made a trip to see some friends north of oklahoma city and after a day out on the lake on our way back to the house my motor blew up. Sooo its now december and it hasnt been out of my driveway due to a series of complications that have come up both with family, holidays, work, and getting the new motor to run smooth. Once i get it all up and running the way it should I will update and go wheeling and give a better review on the tires.
10-13-2015 10:33 AM
nfdff805 These tires have great traction and can dig in and grip as well. the sidewalls are on the weak side as I have a slice in one of them and it was a simple tree branch that punctured my tire.
07-15-2014 12:57 PM
Copenhunter For the price these are great tires! Mine were $148 a piece for 31x10.5x15. They are very aggressive tires with a good amount of meat on them including the side walls. They have thick sidewalls and are nice and sturdy off of the rim. They have done great for me in mud and on pavement (wet and dry) and I have never been stranded trail running at the front of the pack from a blown out sidewall. The only thing I don't like about them is that the tread is relatively soft. I have felt alot softer but they aren't as hard as BFG M/T 's. But for 148 a piece it's really hard to beat.
01-17-2014 03:35 PM
wwch99tj This is an update to my previous review.
So after nearly 30k miles these tires have been great in all weather conditions.
My out of balance problem turned out to be a wheel out of round, so that problem had been fixed.
I do a 5 tire rotation every 4-5k miles so after nearly 30k miles I've got over half tread left. If I do not up-size when I need new tires I'll be buying another set.

01-02-2014 07:51 PM
Spurlicked good for trails. not for rock crawling
10-23-2013 11:41 AM
spencerk73 Payed about 800 for all 4 with road hazard, whenever I asked people about downsides, all I hear is road noise.
05-08-2013 12:44 AM
zjfamilyman This will be based on the first few miles. I had to replace my tires and really wanted to up grade. I put these on in the 31x10.5 size and they look great! They are higher and wider than my original tires but with an up country suspension the rubbing was very minimal. A bumper trim took care of that small issue. They do pick up rocks and some times take almost a mile of highway to spit them out. I'll comment on their true off road performance and durability later.
03-30-2013 12:10 PM
HighRoller02TJ great price, great tire. aggressive look, im happy
12-10-2012 06:07 AM
buffgun Got these at wally world ! Looks good and works good ! Lots of complaments on how they look !!
11-27-2012 03:54 PM
TheOutlawTorn I like the tires over all. They have great traction and seem to be wearing good. They are tough as heck, ran them into the side of a curb, didn't even scuff them.
10-16-2012 03:37 PM
willard9 Ill start off saying that i work at walmart and have been looking at these tires for a while. I finally pulled the trigger and put on a set of 4 and couldn't be happier. in the bit of mud I've had them in they did really good and are barely any louder than my last tires which were not aggressive at all. Great traction and awesome look.
09-22-2012 05:48 PM
nickx86 Had to replace the original set of tires, they were pro comp mudd tires, had a nice tire failure. My gf father had these tires on his pickup for a couple of years so far, so i figure i give them a shot on the jeep. They rode great, good all around traction, not quite as good as my BF goodrich T/KO in the winter but all and all a great tire so far on the jeep
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