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Old 01-06-2010
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anyone ever got tires from here.

https://www.treadwright.com/shopnow/.../Specials.aspx




if there re threaded dose that mean they can blow out easier
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Use the search button. I wouldn't run them on a d/d.
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i was thinking about it...the price is so low. my neighbor has a set and he says he likes them....just weird when u see a random mud terrain on a bfg a/t sidewall...lol
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i wouldn't trust them for daily drivers
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they would be absolutly fine for a daily driver. the just need visual inspections every once in a while. the treads are glued on and they dont come off unless there is another issue with the tire such as low air pressures or something.
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I've always been told, if you think it's too good to be true, then it probably is. I wouldn't do it.
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There's a thread on TRS about them. A few guys run them on there. No issues so far.

I also talked to a guy at autozone a few weeks back who has had a set for 2 years and he loves em.
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you should be fine if you keep the right air pressure in them, 18wheelers use rethreaded tires alot they run them fine,but if i was you i would just save some money up a little longer and get brand new tires
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My friends around here rumn them as winter tires, no problems but I wouldnt trust them for long rides.
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yea man iv had there BFGS style tires for a year and half with no problems iv drove to FLA and back with them highly recommed this company
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you should be fine if you keep the right air pressure in them, 18wheelers use rethreaded tires alot they run them fine,but if i was you i would just save some money up a little longer and get brand new tires
Truck drivers use these tires but are not allowed by DOT regs to run retreads on the steering tires for control. That would be my only concern about using these tires.
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