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Old 03-14-2013, 09:40 PM   #31
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I will jump in on the Coopers. I have them on all of my vehicles. I have WC somethings on my Cobalt, AT3's on my Trailblazer, and 35" STT's on the Jeep. I wanted the BFG KM2's in the worst way, but am very glad I went with the Coopers. A buddy of mine has the KM2's and they are about wiped out after 25,000 miles.

I was on the rocks at the Bantam Jeep Festival with my Jeep and walked right through the pile with open diffs. I watched many Rubicons on KM2's get the strap to get out.

I have only had the AT3's for about a month, but they have been great so far. I can't even get the Blazer sideways in the snow any more.

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How many miles are you expecting to get out of those coopers? What type of driving do you do?

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Anyone ever tried, or heard of Wild Country tires. Their MT tires have great reviews. Made by Cooper.
I have run the wild country xtx's for several years with great luck on my truck and had some 30x9.50 mt's on my yj which performed well and were reasonably quiet although they were only on a short time before i got the itch to lift it more. I just ordered the same thing in a 33

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I have run the wild country xtx's for several years with great luck on my truck and had some 30x9.50 mt's on my yj which performed well and were reasonably quiet although they were only on a short time before i got the itch to lift it more. I just ordered the same thing in a 33
How many miles do you get to a set?
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I have run the wild country xtx's for several years with great luck on my truck and had some 30x9.50 mt's on my yj which performed well and were reasonably quiet although they were only on a short time before i got the itch to lift it more. I just ordered the same thing in a 33
I'm leaning toward a set of MTX's. Found a local place at a good price for 33's.
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How many miles do you get to a set?
The xtx which is there all terrain and great in snow i might add i have gotten around 40,000 on the first set and have about 15,000 on the second set and havent worn down half way yet so i'm guessing about the same.The mtx's that i bought for my yj i didn't really have the 30x9.50's on long enough to tell before replacing them with the 33's in an mtx that i just got
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Funny, after all this I am going with the Dick Cepek Crushers. The reviews on them are great. Where can I get the best price on them though? I see average price people pay is about $600, but I see them for $1000 on Quadratec and other sites.
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My choice of tires are either BFG Mud terrain km2 or Nitos trail grapplers. Both are very good
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Yeah. My buddy has the KM2. From everything I check the Crushers will actually perform better offroad which is my main concern. I am curious how many miles I will get out of the KM2 V.S the Crushers. Unless it is a big difference I am going with the crushers.
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Are he nitto trail grapplers any good looking at buying some new ones for $700. Is this a good deal? Come with wheels.
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im.thinking about going with the km2s but im worried the tread isnt enough or deep enough
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how are the side walls on crushers? i do alot of crawling, which made me think mtrs
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The sidewalls on the crushers are 3ply. The KM2 I think are 2. The thing with the KM2 is everyone says they are better because they handle better on the road, but I dont care about that. I dont care if they are loud as hell. As long as they handle ok on the road and great on the trails I am happy. The only thing that would steer me towards KM2 would be if they were capable of 10k more miles or something. No where can I find expected miles or reveiws of how many miles people have gotten out of the Crushers though. The KM2 are kinda limited on how many miles to expect as well.
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You are making a wise choice going with the crushers, and my first set I got 43,000 miles out of them, but I rotated all 5 at every oil change.This time around, I only bought 4 of them and just used 1 of the old ones for a spare since I never once got a flat, I figured why buy the 5th one. So we will see how many miles I get out of just 4. I bought mine locally here in Spokane, Wa. for $278 each with mounting, balancing and tax included, but that is for 35-12.50-15's.
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When you say you got 43k out of them, were they bald when you took them off? How much was left around 25-30k miles? I will be getting 5 too and rotating all 5 regularly. You also said something I have seen a lot. Most people who get Crushers get them again, even after always buying different tires they fall in love with those. And it is NOT because of the way they look. I keep hearing they are as close to a swamper as you can get for street use as well.
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You will get "Bogger" like performance, not "swamper" like performance, big differance! When I pulled them off at 43,000 they were still "legal" tread depth, but winter was coming and I knew I was going to buy the same kind again, so I decided to buy the new ones for winter and I was able to sell 4 of the old one's for $300. My dealer told me that Cooper tires actually produces tires for dick cepek and mickey thompson, but I dont know how reliable that info is. At about 27,000 miles they started getting a little more noisy (kind of how the goodyear MTR's with the old tread pattern used to) but I really think I could have got an honest 48,000 out of them if I ran them down all the way. These also perform better in the mud than cepek's own mud tire, and you are right about how most people are repeat buyers with these tires.
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I also wanted to let you know that these tires balanced true, with only 1 taking more than 7 ounces, which is pretty awesome for a tire with a tread this extreme. Just to let you know though. these things are pretty noisy from the start. so you wont be sneeking home late from the bar unless you park a couple blocks away!
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Just ordered my 33x12.50 Wild Country MTX's. Trading my BFGoodrich 31's for $300 and getting 4 brand new MT's for $500.
The tire shop wants to put a bag of balancing beads? in each tire to help the balancing. Never heard of that. Anyone use them before. He explained that the beads are loose in the tire, and when the tire turns the beads balance the tire by centrifugal force??? Advice??
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I ran Mickey Thompson MTZ's on 2007 JK and they were awsome. I put almost 42k+ on them with a few trips to Rausch Creek and when I traded it in they still had plenty of meat on them. Highly recommend
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I ran Mickey Thompson MTZ's on 2007 JK and they were awsome. I put almost 42k+ on them with a few trips to Rausch Creek and when I traded it in they still had plenty of meat on them. Highly recommend
First, Regarding the Mickey Thompson claws... They have a 23° angle just like a tractor tire... Which means they have great traction however, when you're backing up if you need to it becomes a ROLLING tire.

I second the vote for the Mickey Thompson MTZ's... I bought a Jeep with them on with about 20% tread left.... I have been thoroughly impressed with how they hook up when they're aired down. Ive aired them down to as low as 9 pounds without Beadlocks with no problems ! Good road traction, Not too loud.
I just pulled the hammer on a set of bead locks and I'm going to put new MTZ's on those wheels. Goodyears MTR's are about $60 more a tire...Great tire but expensive. However...The people that have run the MTZ's never have anything bad to say that about them... If both tires cost the same I would probably run MTZ's again!
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Got the Cepek Crushers mounted and balanced yesterday. Drive great on the highway. I will say these are much quieter than my buddy's Jeep running KM2's. I am really surprised. Noise was never a concern though. Just surprised how quiet they are.
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Whats the advantage to having a radial tire?
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BIAS are soft and should be for a primarily offroad or trailered rig. They are great when you need the tire to conform to rocks or something. They ride like hell on road though.
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Got the Cepek Crushers mounted and balanced yesterday. Drive great on the highway. I will say these are much quieter than my buddy's Jeep running KM2's. I am really surprised. Noise was never a concern though. Just surprised how quiet they are.
i am about to order mine, do you like them? or would you choose a different route
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i am about to order mine, do you like them? or would you choose a different route
Haven't wheeled them yet, but from the reviews I know they will perform beyond my expectations.
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Haven't wheeled them yet, but from the reviews I know they will perform beyond my expectations.
let me know, i was going to order them wensday but after fixing my oil pan gasket, it started pouring oil, so come to find out its my rms :/
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I know they are not on your list, but dick cepek's crushers meet the criteria that you want. Excellent in the sand and mud with good on road handling. JP magazine did a great write up on these tires saying that they had "Bogger like" performance with nearly twice the tread life. They also claimed that they were able to stay in 2wd longer in places that they had to reach for the "short stick" for with any other mud/rock type tire. Worth checking into at least?
I wanted to say this post is the reason I got the Crushers. I looked up reviews on these and all of them said the same thing about them being awesome. It took me a while to find enough people who ran them out and could tell me the mileage to expect (about 35k-40k rotating 5). I did see a few magazines reviewed these as well as a lot of Jeepers. I am sure I will be happy with these.
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is there anything i should do before i mount and ballance them?
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I wheeled it a bit yesterday. Going up a hill I stalled since I am used to spinning my tires, and these dont spin very easy at all. When I started my jeep and his the gas I sunk about 8"-10" as all 4 tires just dug big ass holes. It was awesome. I was amazing since I was on dry solid dirt. Then I went through some mud holes like nothing. More then I expected from performance. The only downside is that I wont get to use my winch as much, and I have to get used to hitting the gas more since these grip like crazy. My AT's I had on spun when I punched it so I never stalled, thats not going to happen too easy with these.

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