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Old 03-10-2010, 04:05 PM
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Anyone Run Fierce Attitude M/T?

I saw this tire in my new Diesel Power mag and was wondering if anyone has run these yet and what their thoughts were. I swore I'd never own another set of M/T tires but the tread seems to be more like an aggressive AT with plenty of siping. But ofcourse they don't make them in my size yet. Go figure huh.

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Old 03-12-2010, 10:20 AM
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Fierce is a subsidary of Goodyear. You will notice the tread - outer blocks mind you - are very simular in overall shape and void area as the new Goodyear Duratrak. Less siping and less smaller blocks.

I saw that tire in my DP mag too. I was hoping for more of a review then the overview they gave.
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Old 03-13-2010, 09:28 AM
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Ya, they didn't really say anything about the tire personally. I pretty much have my mind made up to go with the Goodyear Duratracs. I just wish they would make them in a 35/12.50/20 instead of the 325/60/20. So I guess I'm suprised no one on here has a set or knows someone who does.

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Old 03-18-2010, 07:55 PM
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i put them on my truck last nov. i've got about 5000 miles on them and love em! i bought them mostly because i didn't want to shell out the money for the duratracks. they did awesome in the snow, cleaned out really well. haven't had them in much mud yet but the little i have, they have done way better the the bfg at's i had on before these. they seem to hum a little around 55-60 but nothing terrible
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I've never even heard of them
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Old 03-18-2010, 07:59 PM
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i hadn't either till i walked into the local tire shop. no one around my area had them so i guess i was the guinea pig. but as of late i've seen probably 6 other trucks running them. only downfall is they don't have any large sizes
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Old 03-18-2010, 08:15 PM
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Look good, like the performance story.

What's the load rating? Couldn't find it on the website.
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they're an E load range. as far as the actual weight i'd have to run out and check them. most i've had on them so far was 2500 pounds of salt in the bed and a bobcat s250 hooked up out back. no bulging or ballooning.
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they're an E load range. as far as the actual weight i'd have to run out and check them. most i've had on them so far was 2500 pounds of salt in the bed and a bobcat s250 hooked up out back. no bulging or ballooning.
A'ight that sounds good enough for me... thanks for info I'll check them out at Sears.
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