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Old 09-28-2010, 02:10 PM
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Federal tires???

I remember seeing this brand on our old farm trucks and they were really tough tires, not sure how they did on the highway bc the trucks never left the farm. They have come out with a new M/T tire and in 35x12.5x20 and it looks decent but even better is the price, installed i will pay $1060. Heres the link

FEDERAL Couragia M/T Couragia Adventure Series
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The MT tires I've used are the GOODYEAR & DUNLOP both tire were EXCELLENT in the mud, but were loud & in the rain you hit the brakes you will slide on the highway
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I remember seeing this brand on our old farm trucks and they were really tough tires, not sure how they did on the highway bc the trucks never left the farm. They have come out with a new M/T tire and in 35x12.5x20 and it looks decent but even better is the price, installed i will pay $1060. Heres the link

FEDERAL Couragia M/T Couragia Adventure Series
Don't get them, i thought about getting some becuase they were so cheap, but i read reviews on them, this one guy said him and like 5 fiends and his dad bought them, they all had blow outs and terrible wear with them.
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hey will go good in mud and thats bout it might be ok in snow offroad but not on the road if u look at them u can see the spaceing between the lugs is two wide they will toe heal like a dirt bike tire on blacktop but thats just my opion
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