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Old 10-31-2015, 05:14 PM
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How many miles are you getting on your Mud tires?

So I am hoping to get a good deal on some tires this November and will be looking for 33x12.50 r15 Mud Tires. This will be a daily driver, but I don't put a lot of miles on it, maybe 10K a year. I do want mud tires as I live in South Louisiana so a lot of my offroading will involve mud. I would not mind a tire that can handle fine on the freeway though, so I can venture out to some other terrain.

So if you all could comment with the miles you have gotten out of your mud terrain tires and the exact model and size?

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With religious balance rotations i have 32500 miles on my Fuel Mud Gripper MT's. Size is 35x13.5x20. The wear is a little strange. Two are half or more worn and the other three are half max.

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19,000 miles on my BFG KM2s - Tires look new with very little wear. Even the technician at America's Tire couldn't believe how little wear he saw going on. I should get 50,000 miles or better with these tires.
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I have Trail Grappler M/T on mine (33's) and I just rolled over 55k. Sitting at about 10/32's of tread still left. I rotated every 5k and rolled my 5th tire in as well.
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