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post #1 of 5 Old 01-11-2011, 10:09 AM Thread Starter
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mastercraft courser ct's

Anyone used them? how did you like them and how is tread life?
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Had um for about 2K they are my winter, early spring, late fall tire. LOVE THEM. Will never buy anything other then these once my Nitto MTs are done on my nice rims.

35x12.5/17 OEM's. great grip in anything, I will know more tonight first time driving in several inches of snow, well wait I lied. Had a storm a few weeks ago. I have yet to pull anyone out of the ditches so lets see how the hold up for that. Also they have stud holes placed in the outer pattern.

I highly recommend, as I said in several other posts the only tire I have that I compare these to are the Dick Cept FC II's that are twice as expensive, well I got the MCs at costs.
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I ran a couple sets on my last truck and they were ok. they did ok on the road, did ok in sand, and snow, but were not a very good tire in the clay kind of mud we have around here. I got about 20,000 miles out of both sets, would have probly got half again or double that if they didnt rock chip so bad on the gravel roads.
They were a great tire for towing. over all the courser CTs are an OK tire. I probly wont own another set but can't really think of a good reason not to recomend them to someone else.
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I have Courser ATs on my truck. They have 32K on them and I will probably be able to get 35K before it's time to change them. In comparison, the factory BFGs got 32K before they were shot.

I like the look of the CTs better than the ATs. I can't complain about the tires overall for what I paid for them.

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Im really debating between the coursers and the wrangler Duratracs but just not too sure
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