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01-18-2013 06:59 PM
scott howard super swamper boggers
01-18-2013 03:53 PM
Dextreme Gotta love necroposts, but the best tires I have seen in the mud are tractor tires. I don't see the OP asking about the Best street legal mud tire.

Like these..... (random pic from Google)



These should work good too:

01-18-2013 03:08 PM
rubiconvict05 I have toyo open country mts and those are pretty decent, Heard geolanders are awesome as the p.o. had them but plan to moce to Summit mud hawgs or hogs. Figure Ill try them since not many reviews.
01-18-2013 12:58 PM
CONZILA
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Originally Posted by EdJonesJeeper View Post
BEST MUD TIRE = Boggers but if you drive on road then no.

I've had many from BFG and Mickey's to Dunlop and Discover stt's

For the money I liked my stt's

But my Fav tire of all time was the Mickey Baja Claw radial. Quiet and rode good on road and lasted a good little while.
Cooper STT are beast I have 35's with d44 and no problems
01-18-2013 12:40 PM
Jaxon1023 2 1/2 year old thread guys
01-18-2013 09:32 AM
A1ex i got 33 pro comp mud terrains and no complains
01-18-2013 08:30 AM
2BEARMS
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Originally Posted by Kristavsmichigan View Post
I really like my 33" duratracs
They self clean
I had BFG AT TA and they were ok, go Duratracs and they are awesome and I'll nver go back.
09-19-2010 09:01 AM
tlucado im going with the yokohama geolanders mt plus. The girlfriends dad gets a huge discount on them. He has worked at the tire plant for 25 years so im getting them for a steal!!! woo!!!
09-19-2010 07:14 AM
Gary2 I had 35" Swamper SSR's a couple years ago and they were the best tire I have had in Mud and were great on the highway at higher speed as far as being smooth riding
09-19-2010 03:36 AM
hoboman08 I'm a very big fan of Courser M/T's. They wear great on pavement and get great traction off road.
09-18-2010 03:15 PM
yjkid95
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Originally Posted by Fweaky View Post
Mud Rovers didn't wear very well for me. I have run Rovers, BGF ATs, MT's, Goodyear MT/Rs, Kelly Springfield and I could go on and on. My favorite all around tires are the BFG KM2's and the Goodyear MT/Rs.
If your looking for a mud tire with good wear and road manners the KM2's are a very good all around tire.They wear well and give good performance. The Goodyear MT/Rs are good all around as well and excellent when it comes to durability and rocky terrain but for me didn't wear as well on the highway.
Lots of good info to help you decide whats best for you here...Off Road Tire Guide for Mud and All Terrain Tires - Offroaders.com
Remember those yokohama geolander mt+ tires i mentioned? They have 4 out of 5 stars on everything except onroad they got 3. Seems like a damn nice tire to me.
09-18-2010 01:30 PM
lilmatty5dimes i just bought 31x10.50r15 hercules trail diggers m/t. they only cost $650. haven't taken them mudding yet so can't say how they do but from the look of the tread shouldn't be bad. keep ya posted when i do go mudding..
09-18-2010 12:26 PM
soonercamp
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Originally Posted by Walkingstick

You went mudding in an expedition?
Oh yeah, my rig before jeep land was. Lifted expedition with swampers and it was an amazing mud vehicle especially with the big v8! But the jeep was a more all around/ well rounded and the expedition was not good on the trails.
09-18-2010 07:52 AM
05tjrubi For off road TSL Super Swamper is the way to go in my opinion. I have heard from guys who have run the mtr"s that they did not like them very well in the mud. I had a set of maxxis bighorns and I was happy with them but on the street they make a high pitched whine, which can get on your nerves, so I sold them. I am looking on getting a set of mastercraft coursers mt.
09-18-2010 02:46 AM
ironbyron these must only be available in the pacific NW, but if you can find Nokian M/t (Finland made) apparently Cooper bought.. these have been both excellent on and off road.. a little *whrrr whrrr* at highway speeds, but ive not been stuck in mud so far... good, tread, medium wear.. about $1150 for the set and mounted....
09-18-2010 01:57 AM
Fweaky Mud Rovers didn't wear very well for me. I have run Rovers, BGF ATs, MT's, Goodyear MT/Rs, Kelly Springfield and I could go on and on. My favorite all around tires are the BFG KM2's and the Goodyear MT/Rs.
If your looking for a mud tire with good wear and road manners the KM2's are a very good all around tire.They wear well and give good performance. The Goodyear MT/Rs are good all around as well and excellent when it comes to durability and rocky terrain but for me didn't wear as well on the highway.
Lots of good info to help you decide whats best for you here...Off Road Tire Guide for Mud and All Terrain Tires - Offroaders.com
09-17-2010 11:44 PM
EdJonesJeeper
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Originally Posted by redneckpilot View Post
Haven't seen anybody comment on the Dunlop Mud Rovers yet. Anybody like those?
I'm riding those now and they are loud and cup easily and this is my second set. I had 31's on my old zj. Good offroad for the price but sidewall is not thick. It's my cheap goto tire when needed.
09-17-2010 11:31 PM
Kristavsmichigan I really like my 33" duratracs
They self clean
09-17-2010 10:33 PM
DevilDogDoc
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Originally Posted by tlucado View Post
has anyone ever tried or heard anything about the dunlop mud rovers?
Well if you are looking at those then go to Retread Tires - Buy Retread Tires, Cheap Tires, Off Road Tires, and Retreads Online and look at their version of the mud rover called the Crawler MT. Bought a hundred a piece depending on the size. Kick ass tires I run the guarddog which is the MTR knockoff.
09-17-2010 08:26 PM
tlucado has anyone ever tried or heard anything about the dunlop mud rovers?
09-17-2010 07:57 PM
doughenry How about the goodyear mtr with kevalar I know when shopping for tires it was either km2s or mtr with kevalar ive heard good things but never seen them in action
09-17-2010 07:53 PM
Tackelbarry I have to agree with Infernogirl. I have the GY Duratracs on my 09 dbl cab 4x4 Tundra and have had it, all 6000 lbs, in 10" mud and not gotten stuck. They just keep churning. Plus, they are one of the few that are actually snow rated with the symbol on the side wall. Important to us because we spend a lot of time in the mountains. I just bought another set for my 2000 Sahara and really like the way they ride. Hope this helps.
09-17-2010 07:52 PM
gooseofdeuce Mastercraft m/t's. I had'm put on my yj in march or so. I love'm. And for the price, 600 installed for 31x10.50 not terribly priced. That was out the door price btw. My jeep is also daily driver except for when working, then its free crown vic, gas, tires, everything.
09-17-2010 05:52 PM
andres080 What about the Pro Comps?
09-17-2010 05:45 PM
doughenry If you cant swing the price for the km2s that dont give you any reason to hate on them there bad ass,Ive had baja claws and if your not going bigger than a 35 they suck until there about gone. BFGs km2s compared to claws theres no?km2s rock,mud,road.
09-17-2010 05:38 PM
redneckpilot Haven't seen anybody comment on the Dunlop Mud Rovers yet. Anybody like those?
09-17-2010 05:22 PM
tlucado thanks everyone. I appreciate everybodys feedback on the topic!
09-17-2010 03:49 PM
IndyJeepMan I wouldnt get mickeys for alot of on road driving. All of their tires wear really quickly because of soft rubber compounds.
09-17-2010 03:28 PM
cru9 Bfg km2
09-17-2010 03:27 PM
EdJonesJeeper BEST MUD TIRE = Boggers but if you drive on road then no.

I've had many from BFG and Mickey's to Dunlop and Discover stt's

For the money I liked my stt's

But my Fav tire of all time was the Mickey Baja Claw radial. Quiet and rode good on road and lasted a good little while.
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