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Thank you for taking the time to put this together, 4Jeepn - we're glad you're pleased thus far with the new tire and wheel package!

Side note, the American Outlaw Sheriff is on special right now at Discount Tire Direct with 25% OFF a new set of 4 (ends 10/14)!

American Outlaw Sheriff | Discount Tire Direct
 

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I am running this tire in a 37" variety. I have been REALLY impressed by on and off-road manners. On-road very quiet for an MT. Off-road I have been on many brands and these have held their own so far in water/rocks and snow drifts.
Thinking about their soon to be released 38" or 40" tire.
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how true to size is the 37"? might be worth it to buy a set just to run offroad.
 

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Pretty dang close, I actually looked this up the other day. 36.8"

I then compared it to my old Falken competition tire, that is big at a little less than 38" with about 1/3 of the tread removed.
I not size from manufacturer but how tall are they when mounted on your rig? some advertised 37's run actual 35-36.5 or so. Just wondering if these are on the upper end or lower end. Any photos with them on your rig. thanks jeff

Discount tire is showing them at $229 which is crazy combined with the outlaw sheriffs at $270 for a set of 4 right now and you could have some cheap offroad tires.
 

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Gotcha! Sorry about that.
Looks to be about 35 and 3/4" from a quick measurement.
Not too sure where that falls in all the others out there.

I do not have a "glamour shot" sorry, just rugged trail images. LOL!



I not size from manufacturer but how tall are they when mounted on your rig? some advertised 37's run actual 35-36.5 or so. Just wondering if these are on the upper end or lower end. Any photos with them on your rig. thanks jeff

Discount tire is showing them at $229 which is crazy combined with the outlaw sheriffs at $270 for a set of 4 right now and you could have some cheap offroad tires.
 

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nice. pretty much what I want. not too big not too small.
 

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Still happy with them? I'm looking at 35 or 37 for my next set and these are affordable but have few (but positive) reviews out there. Curious how you think they compare to other M/T's.
 

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Yes very happy. I went out to Moab and threw everything at it, no issues.
Wearing nicely and still quiet on the road!!!
It compares to others MT's I have run with the exception of a true competition sticky tire. That was a whole different beast. :)
But I am really happy with these.


Still happy with them? I'm looking at 35 or 37 for my next set and these are affordable but have few (but positive) reviews out there. Curious how you think they compare to other M/T's.
 

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Still happy with them? I'm looking at 35 or 37 for my next set and these are affordable but have few (but positive) reviews out there. Curious how you think they compare to other M/T's.

and just to add my two cents... have put several thousand miles on mine. did 4 days in TN at windrock park...about two weeks back, trails are mud/rocks.. rocks with mud, loose rock, uphills down.. and drove 5hrs one way to get there and back. I have no complaints..

link below will give a bit of an idea how they did.

https://youtu.be/GDWJY4F3Kss
 

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Thanks guys! Those will definitely be on my short list. I'd rather spend $1,200 than $2000 for a set of M/T's. My Toyo 34's are great but they're very heavy and wearing thin. My next set will be 35's (I'd love to get 37's but don't want to regear/beef up axles yet)

4Jeepn, the trail in your video looks very much like those we take in Vermont! We have both kinds: rocky mud and muddy rocks.
 

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If you looking for some budget friendly tires and rims check out our review and test of the MileStar Patagonia MT, mounted on American Outlaw Sheriff rims from the good folks at @Discount Tire Really digging these so far but plan to do a a long term test on miles and wear, durability etc.

WF blog link with video review.

https://wranglerforum.blogspot.com/2017/10/patagona-mt-review.html?view=magazine


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Wondering whether or not there is any news since the blog update from 2/2018.

Also, wondering where these tires are manufactured. From www.milestartires.com/aboutus/: Owned and marketed by Tireco, Inc., a U.S.-based private brand marketer and distribution company. Guessing from the www.tireco.com/who-we-are/history/ page, these might be of Chinese origin.
 

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Wondering whether or not there is any news since the blog update from 2/2018.

Also, wondering where these tires are manufactured. From www.milestartires.com/aboutus/: Owned and marketed by Tireco, Inc., a U.S.-based private brand marketer and distribution company. Guessing from the www.tireco.com/who-we-are/history/ page, these might be of Chinese origin.
They are made overseas.. mine say Indoneisa. That being said, I have been very impressed by these tires. I have been to multiple trail events since getting them. Was at an event this past weekend where trail conditions got so bad they closed many of the trails. While lots of factors helped me, I was one of a few Jeeps that didn't have to winch up an wet, muddy, grease like hill. At the same time, they have done equally well in rocks. As I think I noted in the write up, they are a softer compound, if these are on a daily driver expect faster wear. That being said, for the performance off road, and on, I think this is a hard tire to pass up for the price point.

some of the trail I have been on lately..
 

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They are made overseas.. mine say Indoneisa. That being said, I have been very impressed by these tires. I have been to multiple trail events since getting them. Was at an event this past weekend where trail conditions got so bad they closed many of the trails. While lots of factors helped me, I was one of a few Jeeps that didn't have to winch up an wet, muddy, grease like hill. At the same time, they have done equally well in rocks. As I think I noted in the write up, they are a softer compound, if these are on a daily driver expect faster wear. That being said, for the performance off road, and on, I think this is a hard tire to pass up for the price point.

some of the trail I have been on lately..
4Jeepn: Thanks for taking the time to provide the update. I’m glad to read the positive review.
 

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Forgot to ask: Did you purchase new TPMS sensors or sway from existing/OEM wheels?
Had new tpms with the new rims, as discount tire shipped the tires and rims mounted and balanced to my door.
 

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Saw these in person Saturday evening following a local Jeep club meeting. I liked the sidewall and tread blocks on the outer edges; however, the center blocks seem to be tightly grouped without much void. Betting that helps make for more predictable and pleasant on-road manners. I realize you indicated that they did well in mud, but am concerned that the gumbo-style mud in Florida may pack in like with an All Terrain tire. My trips to southeast Kentucky (Corbin/Williamsburg) had some decent mud so if they did well there… I’m coming from having Mickey Thompson Baha MTZ on my TJ hoping for something similar.
 

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Saw these in person Saturday evening following a local Jeep club meeting. I liked the sidewall and tread blocks on the outer edges; however, the center blocks seem to be tightly grouped without much void. Betting that helps make for more predictable and pleasant on-road manners. I realize you indicated that they did well in mud, but am concerned that the gumbo-style mud in Florida may pack in like with an All Terrain tire. My trips to southeast Kentucky (Corbin/Williamsburg) had some decent mud so if they did well there… I’m coming from having Mickey Thompson Baha MTZ on my TJ hoping for something similar.
Below is the hill climb I spoke on above.. not deep mud by any means, but more like thick grease... and of course forgot to turn on my camera to get me making it.. took me two attempts..very heavy right foot and both lockers on.

I have found in what is deep mud here, they have done well.. I run trails down in Slade KY which has muddy sections.. i have been happy with how they did. But at the end of the day you have to get what you feel is best.

 
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