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Old 03-17-2011, 01:27 PM
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Fierce tires

Anyone ever ran these;

Fierce Tires | Attitude M/T

I was looking at a set of 295/70/18 Nitto Terra's and my my tire shop said they wear fast. He recomended a set of the Fierce attitude M/T's. I am from Canada so here are what my prices are:

Nitto Terra's: 295/70/18 $301.00 + Balancing + install ++++, should be about $1450.00

Attituide M/T's: 325/65/18 346.00 each, all in out the door!!! $1384.00

Just wondering if anyone has and what kind of mileage to expect. 40K miles IMO is not good wear, 50k and up is good to me.
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Old 03-17-2011, 04:40 PM
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Ive got a set of 285s on my truck and I like em. I run alot of highway but do run alot of gravel roads and they dont have the big rock chunks most tires get.

Im at about 27k on mine and they are better than 50% the only time I have had em rotated and balanced was when I took em off my dodge and had em mounted on my SD at about 10k.

they do good in mud, snow and sand, they are ****ty on Ice.

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Old 03-17-2011, 04:55 PM
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i gettin a set put on my jeep monday, in a 33......ill tell ya wat i think about them
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Old 03-17-2011, 11:36 PM
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I was about to get a set of those in 275/70r18 today, but I just didn't know enough about them yet...how they wear etc.

I ended up going with a Goodyear Duratrac instead. Same size.
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Old 03-31-2011, 09:36 PM
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I plan on giving them a shot, just waiting on my leveling kit. I use my truck for work so it see's all the lovely elements, mud, snow, gravel, highway. We will see how they stand up!!
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Old 04-01-2011, 05:23 AM
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When Mine wear out ill be replacing them with a set of 305's. Im starting to get a vibration out of them at 75mph, but last night while I was doing my rear brakes, i found a half a chewed up wheel weight lodged between the caliper and the shield and a big ding in the lip of my rim.

Anyhow I am really happy with them overall, for an 8000lb truck they motivate well and my 285s are a load ranges E.

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Hey wildstyle. I have been eyeballing both of these. How are the duratracs doing for you?
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I sell both, We have great luck with both. I got 47,000 miles out of my first set and I taw heavy everyday on my duratracs. Our other rout guy got 54,000 out of his 265/75r16s on his dmax. My selling price on the 325 fierces would be 291 a tire mounted. Traction is awesome on both but winter traction is a little better on the duratracs. Here is how I am loaded most days.
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so people have had good luck w/ the Fierce Attitude M/T's? I've got a F-250 CCSB 4x4 that does a lot of hwy driving and pull a couple different trailers all the time heaviest being about 7000-9000lbs. I was thinking about getting the 325/65R18 10ply's
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so people have had good luck w/ the Fierce Attitude M/T's? I've got a F-250 CCSB 4x4 that does a lot of hwy driving and pull a couple different trailers all the time heaviest being about 7000-9000lbs. I was thinking about getting the 325/65R18 10ply's
I just put a set of those on a fire truck. I also have that size on my friends cclb powerstroke and they pull sleds out west with it. Goes thru snow like no other is the way he put it...
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