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Old 07-03-2013, 02:46 PM   #1
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Don't have them now, but I had them on a Cherokee Classic. Was living in Florida at the time and they worked well in the mud and were suprisingly good in the rain. A bit on the noisy side, but I liked that. did'nt put in any highway miles, so can't speak to that, but I liked them for the price and I'd consider them again if they made the mfor my 18" wheels

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Don't have them now, but I had them on a Cherokee Classic. Was living in Florida at the time and they worked well in the mud and were suprisingly good in the rain. A bit on the noisy side, but I liked that. did'nt put in any highway miles, so can't speak to that, but I liked them for the price and I'd consider them again if they made the mfor my 18" wheels
went to pick them up today and they sold out.. are the sidewalls durable in your experience?
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I can't say. In SW FL its all mud or sand so I never had to worry about rocks or roots. The sidewalls seemed pretty thick... When I aired them down they didn't flatten out nearly as much as the no-name A/Ts I had previously.
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I can't say. In SW FL its all mud or sand so I never had to worry about rocks or roots. The sidewalls seemed pretty thick... When I aired them down they didn't flatten out nearly as much as the no-name A/Ts I had previously.

what no name AT/s do are you running and are the sidewalls thick?
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