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post #1 of 6 Old 06-16-2011, 06:10 PM Thread Starter
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40/42" radials needed

Like the title says, I'm looking to buy a new set of 40-42" radials. I've been looking at the Interco m/16, iroks, nitto mud terrain, or the pitbull rockers. Anyone out there have any suggestions?

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i have a friend with a set of 40" interco m16's on his superduty and they ride surprisingly well. i would definitely run a set of them. i believe procomp also makes there xterrain in a 40" radial.
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I have 40" xterrains, they're getting quieter the longer I have them. My alignment wasn't the best, wasted the fronts fast but even still they don't wear for crap, and don't come in an e-rating.



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i first had 38X15.50 now on 40X15.50 couldnt be happier

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some of the longest lasting tires I've owned. Think Ill be getting those next.



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The new goodyear MTR's w/ kevlar are a good choice from what I hear, don't know if they are radials or not though.
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