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post #1 of 7 Old 04-03-2011, 08:41 PM Thread Starter
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Ok guys I've been searching the forum and still cant find what Im looking for. I want a Mt tire 35X12.5-13.5X20 that looks aggressive and is relatively quiet. Heres the catch I spend alot of time towing on the beach and in snow and need a tire that will rip there. any Ideas? Thanks
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Look at the dick cepek fc-2 they are quiet decent In the snow and the best tires I've ever had In the sand!

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BFG KM.............its not THAT noisy and a heavy tread


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They both look pretty good I have mickey atz now great tread life but the sand performance isnt that great.
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I hear the towing on the fc-2s is really good and I know they get really good tread wear, not positive about road noise though.


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The only thing that scares me about the Dick Cepek FCII is the reviews some are great others suck but the avg is only like 6.0 from offroaders.com
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I have had no complaints. I haven't heard anyone who owns them complain either, but it's all personal taste I suppose.

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