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Old 06-08-2013, 06:50 AM
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Federal tires ?

Does anybody no anything about federal mt tires ?


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Old 06-11-2013, 10:01 AM
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BUMP for ya. Im curious too. Ive seen them on a few wheel/tire packages ive been looking at online and wonder if they are any good.
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Old 06-11-2013, 10:46 AM
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Ya there a few hundred dollars cheaper unsure if I should just pay extra or what


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Old 06-11-2013, 02:27 PM
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Also found AMP M/T tires. They make them in all the popular sizes even in a 37/22 for 340 each on amazon. Have the same tread pattern as toto M/t and I'm wondering if they are like the fuels. Just a restamp of the logo.
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I have heard about the sidewalls coming apart and the tire having a blow out. on the federals
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I have heard about the sidewalls coming apart and the tire having a blow out. on the federals
Thats what Ive read on most the reviews. I went with the Durun Terrain grabber. Really like the tires and there quiet.
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I've got the Federal M/Ts. Great tire, no complaints. Got about 10,000 miles on my set and still no signs of wear.
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A co worker has them on a dodge 2500 that does a lot of highway and tows a gooseneck. No complaints from her and tires seem to be wearing really good

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I did some research on the Federal M/T tires a few months ago and the biggest complaint I found were a few people had issues getting them balanced properly. But overall, the reviews I found were good and I was going to bite the bullet and put them on my 08 but a friend went bigger and gave me his 50% Mickeys for $400 so, I used them.... But when they need replaced, I will probably go with Federals
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