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06-02-2012 02:55 PM
Redsand
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Originally Posted by Jason1348
40.000 miles sounds great im really think im going get a set its my dd but regular mt are not aggressive a nuff for the Ohio trails sounds better then buying 2 sets like to hear if any others have used
I rotated my every other oil change
06-02-2012 02:34 PM
Jason1348 40.000 miles sounds great im really think im going get a set its my dd but regular mt are not aggressive a nuff for the Ohio trails sounds better then buying 2 sets like to hear if any others have used
06-02-2012 09:34 AM
Redsand There epic off road, a little noisy on the street, I put close to 40k miles on my set , I would have got them again but they don't make a 35 radial
06-02-2012 09:17 AM
SIXTI
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Originally Posted by Jason1348 View Post
Looking at a set of these in 33/12.5/15 has any one tryed tgem
I had them before my original Goodyear MTR's and they're an amazing tire. In my perspective, they handle better than the old MTR in all conditions (mud, snow, paved road, wet tarmac etc) except when rock crawling.
They wear down well enough that I still have one as a spare now and I'm getting a new set of the KM2's sometime this month.
06-01-2012 09:01 PM
Catron not the best road goer, but good golly, they rock in the snow once aired down.
Many of my friends run TSL's on their Offroad only Jeeps. I don't run them because I want to drive on the pavement still and be comfortable
06-01-2012 08:24 PM
Jason1348
Swamper tsl radials

Looking at a set of these in 33/12.5/15 has any one tryed tgem

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