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Old 04-28-2010, 06:38 PM
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What are the best mud terrain tire??

i need to know what you guys think the best mud tire is that i can get the most miles out of? i was debating on the mtz's or the mud grpplers. maybe even trail grappler
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bfg mud terrains
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bfg mud terain km2 best tire around
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Old 04-29-2010, 06:39 PM
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anybody had good life outta the mud grappler?
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this tread is like asking what the bestr turbo is. everybody has opinions. i run the bfg and love them. if you want milage go with a a/t tire
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mud grapplers are for show IMO. they wear quick and are STUPID LOUD. and on top of that supposedly not that great in mud anyways....

the new goodyear mtr kevlars are super aggressive. the lug spacing is almost unreal man....definetly clean out with some wheelspeed
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Iv'e heard great things about the BFG KM2's and of course everyone loves the Toyo's. If you need to save a little coin, take a look at the Hankook MT RT03's. I have put about 7-8k on then so far and no visible wear. Very surprised on how well the road manners are as well.
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My buddy has bfg km2s on his duramax and does a decent amount of driving and has gotten probably 20-25000 out of them so far and they still have a little under half tread. he had toyos before that and didnt even get 15000 out of em. Goodyear kevlars are decent but have seen a bunch of people not even get 15000 out of em. People are supposedly getting great mileage out of the goodyear duratracs though they do pretty good in mud and clean out good.
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I agree that the mud grapplers are for looks or posers...i have always run toyo m/t, because they are awesome off road and somewhat quiet on the road
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i have gotten through some raunchy stuff with my duratracs. dang ol 7.3 weighs so much it just buries the front end and i ended up stuck...


they got me real far is NASTY pudding soft mud and deep water even with open diffs. i love these tires. the side biters are awesome. cut the wheel and it just DIIIIIIGGs in
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