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07-14-2011 06:41 PM
Cons_Table
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Originally Posted by IndyJeepMan

I was going to go with the wranglers till I read some awesome reviews on the most studly tire. Pitbull Rockers I think you will be happy with either choice, I know many who love the KM2's and MT/R's. I dont know much about dc tires.
How are the rockers for on road use? And do they come in smaller sizes? For some reason I thought they only came in big boy sizes lol
07-14-2011 05:08 PM
IndyJeepMan
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Originally Posted by Cons_Table
I have the Wranglers and love them. I spend more time in the dirt and rocks than anything else and they seem to hook up well. They wear nice and arent too loud on the road. I have yet to chunk them. I also like that they have kevlar built into the sidewall to help resist rocks.
I was going to go with the wranglers till I read some awesome reviews on the most studly tire. Pitbull Rockers I think you will be happy with either choice, I know many who love the KM2's and MT/R's. I dont know much about dc tires.
07-14-2011 04:49 PM
Cons_Table I have the Wranglers and love them. I spend more time in the dirt and rocks than anything else and they seem to hook up well. They wear nice and arent too loud on the road. I have yet to chunk them. I also like that they have kevlar built into the sidewall to help resist rocks.
07-14-2011 04:25 PM
BAM4x4
Almost that time to pull the trigger....

Now I have to decide as to whether I want to purchase KM2's, Crushers, or the Goodyear Wranger MTR w/ Kevlar.

Any reason to purchase one over the other or a reason NOT to purchase one over the other?

I plan on purchasing 305x70/16 or 33x12/16's.
I currently don't wheel to often only because my tires need to be replaced. Once I install my 4" RC and put on the new tires and various other accessories I have sitting in my garage I intend on joining a local group and wheeling a couple times a month. Mostly trails, mudding, etc.
This is also my DD.

Also, the best places known to get the best deal on tires. I plan on searching locally but I have a feeling that I may better find a better deal online.


Thanks!

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