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Old 12-06-2007, 08:39 AM   #1
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Arrow Pitbull MADDOGs

Someone wants to trade a set of very low mileage 35" pitbull maddogs for my 35" procomp mud terrains that have about 20miles on them.

Anyone have any experience with these tires?
How do they do in the mud and in sand? and how much miles should I expect to get out of them?
and lastly, do any of you think its a good or bad deal?

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Old 12-06-2007, 09:15 AM   #2
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for mostly what terrain?

stjames on another board runs these and said they are monsters offroad (mostly snow/light mud and rock)

but for onroad JP magazine (and him) said they are loud as heck. as far as wear goes, are they bias? can't remember

also, are these the 14.50 wide tires? do you have wheels and axles to handle that? (not to mention gearing.)

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pro comp muds are pretty good tires themselves, i think you should save yourself the pain of spacers since all pittbulls are extra wide so id bet they are 14.5,a dn also the noise,and the unknown wear
i mean u have BRAND new tires that are like top of the line
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All Pitbulls are bias ply tires.

I'm not sold on them at all yet. Too new and not proven as a solid tire.
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Old 12-06-2007, 08:38 PM   #5
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well, i decided to pass on em. I figured I shouldnt complicate anything more seeing as the procomps are for the street and I had already bought a set of tires for offroad only, so I ended up getting those mounted up today, they dont "look" as good and as wide as the pitbulls but they should do better offroad. cant wait to test em out
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