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Old 02-05-2013, 07:17 PM
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305/85r16 buckshots

so i put these on my truck today i got all 4 for 250 bucks
i did the size change or what ever and they say they are 36s
they look kinda funny because there skinny but i like them

i just wanted to share ill give a full review on them after a few days of driving
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Re: 305/85r16 buckshots

Where did you find them? I could only find 305/75-16s on Traxxis' web page.

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Where did you find them? I could only find 305/75-16s on Traxxis' web page.

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I found them on Craig's list
I looked for them on the website to and could not find them either
They must be discontinued or something
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so i put these on my truck today i got all 4 for 250 bucks
i did the size change or what ever and they say they are 36s
they look kinda funny because there skinny but i like them

i just wanted to share ill give a full review on them after a few days of driving
And a picture please! That is an odd size of tire (36.4x12) if my math is correct.
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And a picture please! That is an odd size of tire (36.4x12) if my math is correct.
Ill get a pick of them when I get home I am out of state
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here are some pics of the truck and tires i will let you all know what i think of them as soon as i can get in the mud or off road witch should be this week sometime





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Re: 305/85r16 buckshots

Old school... thoes are what we called "Q" Buckshots back in the day... "P"s were 33"s.... back when that was the only 16" mud tire you could find. The rest were 15 or 16.5"

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Old school... thoes are what we called "Q" Buckshots back in the day... "P"s were 33"s.... back when that was the only 16" mud tire you could find. The rest were 15 or 16.5"

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yea i was told buy a buddy that there super old school.
but i think they look good and they are in good shape so i am just going to run them
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yea i was told buy a buddy that there super old school.
but i think they look good and they are in good shape so i am just going to run them
Thanks! I had never seen them before. They look 10X better then I thought they would.
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Thanks! I had never seen them before. They look 10X better then I thought they would.
yea me nether when i found them i had to get em
they surprised me on how not stupid they looked lol
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