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post #1 of 32 Old 07-23-2007, 12:07 PM Thread Starter
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Just wondering if anyone has run any of these. I saw some of these, and they looked decent for the price. Just wondering if anyone has ever run any or heard about them? I think they are made by Cooper Tire.

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Yeah I've heard about them, they have a tire kinda like the M/T Baja Claw, I've seen a couple race trucks run them, but personally I've never heard anything bad about them, but nothing great either.....they look kinda cool

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I have heard of them but never about them.

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K, I was just looking at some. Did not know if they were any count or not. Thanks for the replies so far.

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I have been running the 315/75/16 Buckshot Mudder on my F150 for 6 yrs now, and got a new set just waiting to go on my 250. I'm just waiting on my Nittos to wear out. IMO they are a great mud tire but they do roar on the highway, the larger tires are better in the mud than the smaller 285/70/16 and under, because the lugs have more spacing between them. And you can't beat the price around $165 apiece mounted and balanced for the 315's.

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You might want to PM Tyreboysdemaxin (or something like that! ) - he's a tire guy and seems very knowledgeable...

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OK, cool. That is what I was looking at. How do they wear? Do you get decent mileage out of them?

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You might want to PM Tyreboysdemaxin (or something like that! ) - he's a tire guy and seems very knowledgeable...
Hey, good idea. Thanks. I forgot all about that.

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You might want to PM Tyreboysdemaxin (or something like that! ) - he's a tire guy and seems very knowledgeable...
Is there a inside joke that I missed?

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I think I really like these...

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