Best Mud Tires?

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Postby Marshmaddness20 » Mon Sep 01, 2008 2:15 pm

what you need is some mickey thompsons. you cant go wrong with them. thas what ive got on my truck and ive never got stuck, i dont even have to pt it in 4WD. they are excelent on the highway too not loud at all.
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Postby jolejnik4bmx » Wed Sep 03, 2008 11:10 pm

Mud grapplers.. all the way
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Postby dx1187 » Thu Sep 04, 2008 7:21 am

jolejnik4bmx wrote:Mud grapplers.. all the way



....but he said he wanted to get some miles out of them. :lol:
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Postby CallinForTheFall » Sun Sep 21, 2008 9:20 pm

I am a huge BFG fan i have been usin bfg's all my life an love em to death. On my ford v10 i have about 20k on em an they look good still. I had a 3/4 dodge cummins an had bfg's on it an got about 40k out of em but its a diesel so you expect your tire life on any brand to wear a bit faster. My buddy has a dodge cummins as well an he put a set of nittos on his they were 8 ply though and i was not impressed at all. They ride rough wear extremly fast an for the price of em (300 bucks a tire) it was a joke. So i recommend bfg's AT's or the MT's i think the MT's wear a bit faster but still an awesome tire just a lil more aggressive than the AT's.
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Postby ajmorell » Mon Sep 22, 2008 4:16 pm

verno_13th wrote:I had thornturds on my old Dodge and I wasn't too happy with them. The only plus was they looked cool.
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Yep, thornbirds are garbage. IMHO they don't even look that cool. I think they've more than earned the name "Thorn-Turds"
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Postby bambam » Wed Nov 19, 2008 7:29 pm

if you are looking for best results in the mud i would go with the boggers or iroks. no other tire on the market can keep up with these monsters. both tires provide exceptional traction in the mud. the iroks are a little more road friendly. if your looking for a street/mud tire, i would go with bfg mts. they are a little pricey but they are a great tire.
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Postby redhead11990 » Thu Nov 27, 2008 10:40 am

go with the good year wrangler mtr best tires i have ever owned. Tires do not wear at all i take them 4 wheeling, hunting, and on the road and they are still going will never buy anything different now. IMO
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Postby Montanafowler » Thu Nov 27, 2008 11:09 pm

i've got Hankook Dynapro MTs, i love em. seem to wear well and go anywhere, not too noisy either.
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Postby mattm25tx » Mon Dec 22, 2008 8:48 am

verno_13th wrote:I had thornturds on my old Dodge and I wasn't too happy with them. The only plus was they looked cool.
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Thornbirds are built for sand they dont do well in the mud at all unless you remove lugs
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Postby canis521 » Mon Dec 22, 2008 5:33 pm

idahofowler wrote:i've got Hankook Dynapro MTs, i love em. seem to wear well and go anywhere, not too noisy either.


I have the same tires and also couldn't be happier. Great in the mud and great in the snow. Wear seems to be good so far- I have about 30,000 miles on them and looking good. I have found that I rotate them every oil change to prevent some cupping.
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Postby mattm25tx » Mon Dec 22, 2008 10:16 pm

idahofowler wrote:i've got Hankook Dynapro MTs, i love em. seem to wear well and go anywhere, not too noisy either.



I saw the pics of your truck in the honey hole It looks like those tires hook up real good!! :eek: :oops:

BTW Im glad noone was hurt in that
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Postby smitty07 » Tue Dec 23, 2008 12:04 am

The best all around mt are the Toyo MTs they are amazing tires we got two trucks with them and they are amazing. Dad and brother are all Les Schwab employees go check them out they are phenominal tire i would totally run those they are a little spendy but amazing tire. Run really smooth on the free ways also.
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