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Old 05-11-2012, 05:00 PM
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Was wondering who is running these or has experince with them how do they work in snow and how loud are they on the road will be looking to get 35in tires .
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Old 05-11-2012, 07:08 PM
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I haven't used them personally but from what I hear they are more of a desert tire. most people say they are horrible in rain.
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Horrible in wet conditions.
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I had them on my Nissan titan and would spin the tires in the smallest rain and HORRIBLE in snow
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Had them on my Silverado, wet pavement is no bueno, but out in the dirt and even in nasty GA mud they performed beyond my expectations. Not too bad on the road noise side either, drove from GA to OH and back and they didn't bother the wife or I. 6" lift with red letter 35's
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Had them on my Silverado, wet pavement is no bueno, but out in the dirt and even in nasty GA mud they performed beyond my expectations. Not too bad on the road noise side either, drove from GA to OH and back and they didn't bother the wife or I. 6" lift with red letter 35's
How many miles did you get out of them?
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