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Old 09-20-2010, 03:27 PM   #31
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LOL! Yah, my son's in favor of the louder tires too, but then he's a teenage boy. What do you expect?
Well, I have 2 teenage boys (17 and 19), but only one understands the jeep thang. The other is into ricers....

Gonna aggravate him and get a bumper sticker that reads:

"Nice wing, rice boy"


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Old 09-20-2010, 04:02 PM   #32
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Granted we have no mud (too dry) but I have had several sets of Goodyear Silent Armour on different vehicles including my JK and I'll take them over TA KO's anytime, very good on rocky trails.

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Well...I took the plunge. I just ordered a set of Goodyear Duratracs from Walmart.com. I tried to order a set of Ultra Wheels Gauntlet and tires but Tirerack is out of any all black wheels whic hI was looking for. So for now I will get the tires until I find the wheels that I just am in love with. I will give a review once I get them on.
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I have no idea why no one has mentioned nittos on here. I have 33" terra grapplers and I never hear them, top on or off, highway speeds or in town.
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Those nittos do look awesome. I saw them on a chevy truck once and stopped the guy to get a pic so I wouldn't forget what to ask the tire store for.
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Wont see much mud, this is my main transportation as the wife drives the Denali. I am really liking the Cooper STT's though.
I like the STTs, myself ---- but I do see plenty of mud.

I have a friend that's a forest service fire fighter and he's logged a kabillion miles on the STC and loves it as a general service AT.
He's a Toyota guy though...
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They all sound the same with the doors off and the roof down.

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