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Old 09-24-2012, 08:11 PM   #1
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GT Radial Adventuro M/T

Anybody run 'em? How loud are they compared to other mudders?

DTD has 'em for $168 + $30 rebate right now in the 33x12.50-15 flavor. That's a killer deal on a mud tire...but there is zero information about these on the Web.

I'd like to know if they are loud, if they balance OK, and how heavy they are.

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Old 09-26-2012, 12:21 PM   #3
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adventuro m/t's

Responding to your question about the gt radial m/t's, I was running the adventuro a/t's...I now have a fresh set of the m/t's...same size your looking into. I could not be happier with the performance, low road noise, and the look! They have never left me stuck on the trail! My usual trailing partner runs super swampers, and I have watched him make several attempts on obstacles...while I make it in one pass. All in all...super happy, aggressive tire and very affordable!!!
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They weigh 56lbs each...my 4cyl has no problem turning them. I also paid a lil more to have them internally balanced...thus eliminating flinging/tearing the weights off.
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Awesome, so they aren't obnoxiously loud on the road??
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I ran them for a long time. They have a good amount of noise but no where near bogger levels but decently noticeable. Mine started humming around 35 and you knew you had mud tires flying down the interstate
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Well after being at $167 for 24 hours after showing up on their website, DTD has now jacked the price up to $209. Geez. So now it's not worth the costs to go with the cheaper brand. Oh well.

Thanks for the info. though guys...I appreciate it.
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Well after being at $167 for 24 hours after showing up on their website, DTD has now jacked the price up to $209. Geez. So now it's not worth the costs to go with the cheaper brand.
Goodyear MTR/Kevlar in 33x12.5r15 - $1,064
GT Radial Aventuro (w/o Kevlar - 983

Difference = $81

For $80 I would go with the MTR's with Kevlar.

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