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12-25-2007 11:18 PM
Triple88a maybe check this out if you're looking at reviews and ratings..

http://www.offroaders.com/tech/AT-MT...l_Terrains.htm (on the left side you can select the tires you want to view)
12-25-2007 10:57 PM
mr4x4 maybe I'll just get this tire and suffer the on road ride for the great off road ride and I probably wont have to worry about the side walls
12-25-2007 02:28 PM
Jerry Bransford You live and wheel in Nevada, I can't think of a better/more rugged tire for the $$$ than Goodyear's MT/R. The MT/R has a strong cut-resistant sidewall which is a nice feature for wheeling in rocks, plus it wears well and is not loud on the street like many other equally aggressive tires are. It isn't designed for deep mud or deep snow but it does far better even in those conditions than a few would agree to. It's a very good all-around tire.
12-25-2007 02:03 PM
mr4x4
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Originally Posted by bluvikng View Post
I would say it depends on the terrain you wheel on the most. Also, are you wanting them street friendly? Given the state you are from, you probably aren't worried about mud, very much. On the rocks, you can't beat the side wall strength of bias ply tires, but they also wear faster, on the road. Iroks are very good on rocks, not so good on street.
we have alot of rock and loose dirt some mud some times when we get rain not often certain times off year even get a little snow in the higher elevations
I want the tire to stick well on the rock with out chunking out to bad
(like losing lugs the first time out)
grip good in the loose dirt and do well on the mild scenic trails
this is my daily driver


12-25-2007 01:35 PM
bluvikng I would say it depends on the terrain you wheel on the most. Also, are you wanting them street friendly? Given the state you are from, you probably aren't worried about mud, very much. On the rocks, you can't beat the side wall strength of bias ply tires, but they also wear faster, on the road. Iroks are very good on rocks, not so good on street.
12-25-2007 12:17 PM
Walkeraviator
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Originally Posted by Rawkon View Post
another vote for trxus MTs, ive been running with "great success" borat voice
"very nice"
12-25-2007 11:52 AM
Rawkon another vote for trxus MTs, ive been running with "great success" borat voice
12-25-2007 11:21 AM
mr4x4 I have read good things about the maxxis bighorns
the tread is similar to the gy mtr but they have some siping but the price is $650 including shipping for 35's
12-25-2007 11:15 AM
mr4x4
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Originally Posted by Triple88a View Post
Should have made this a poll
I tried but it wouldnt let me maybe I wasnt doing something right
12-25-2007 11:09 AM
Triple88a Should have made this a poll
12-25-2007 10:21 AM
HkdOnJP I have the tsl radials and love them cant beat offroad and not bad on road either
my dad has the PCxterrains and likes them good on road and decent off road
ive heard good things about the extreme mts and i had the mt and loved them
i beleive my next tire will be the the trxus mt
12-25-2007 09:02 AM
JCS05Rubi MTRs are good for rocks, thats about it. they arent very good in mud, they are decent in dirt, decent in sand (I Hear, havent tried them in sand), bad in rain, and so-so in snow. Light snow is horrible, deeper snow is ok. Road performance is OK i guess. They are louder than most tires once they wear a little, they wear fast on the street, and they have to be rotated every 3,000 miles. Even if you rotate them a lot, its still kind of a gamble if they will cup and go bad early or not. They arent the worst tires in the world, but there are surely better ones out there.
12-25-2007 08:35 AM
foxinthemudd one vote for the Trxus M/T's.
12-25-2007 06:07 AM
orange05tj I got Pro Comp MT's and cant wait to throw them out. Go for Goodyear MTZ's.
12-25-2007 04:01 AM
mrbigjeep i vote for the TSL...just because of offroad performance
12-25-2007 02:51 AM
mr4x4
which tires

I am thinking of what tires to get
I'm torn between the

trxus mt
maxxis big horn
goodyear mtr
swamper tsl
swamper tsl sx
pro comp xtreme mt
pro comp xterrains

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