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I saw the tires tonight. Pretty neat looking tire....looks like a nice cross between an all terrain and a mud terrain. Looks to be about perfect for someone wanting a more aggressive all terrain.
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like me. just need more dough. :-(
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Cody....get sum! The DSG would look good wearing 31x10.50's.
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no specs online eh? does anyonehave any info? i'd like to see the tread life.
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They have these tires at my local wal mart too...they're soft as hell. They should be classified as a mud terrain....my current A/T's tread is porbably twice as hard.
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I'd pass. If its sold only at Wal-Mart I dont think it can't be a good thing. I'd rather have Cooper's.
Eh the tires from walmart aren't that bad. I got my second set of BFG's from there. They were land terrains walmart only tire. I liked them for what they were.
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They have these tires at my local wal mart too...they're soft as hell. They should be classified as a mud terrain....my current A/T's tread is porbably twice as hard.
If looks alone implied road worthiness these tires ( IMO ) would win hands down when it came to performance, they do look a bit more aggressive then a standard at tire yet not quite the nobbyness of a true mud terrain, I think as another poster stated they look like a good cross between a at and a mud, just wish there was more info on them out there, but for 130 something for 31's is a good deal if they are any good, I will be needing a new pair of at's before winter and I might give these a try,time will tell.

I think for some people to suggest that Good Year ACTUALLY makes sshhiittiieerr tires and waters down their compounds for quick bucks to be sold at walmart is a bit paranoid and doesn't really make sense and SURELY would be Illegal as hell.

I guess time will tell once people start reporting back on their performance.
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If looks alone implied road worthiness these tires ( IMO ) would win hands down when it came to performance, they do look a bit more aggressive then a standard at tire yet not quite the nobbyness of a true mud terrain, I think as another poster stated they look like a good cross between a at and a mud, just wish there was more info on them out there, but for 130 something for 31's is a good deal if they are any good, I will be needing a new pair of at's before winter and I might give these a try,time will tell.

I think for some people to suggest that Good Year ACTUALLY makes sshhiittiieerr tires and waters down their compounds for quick bucks to be sold at walmart is a bit paranoid and doesn't really make sense and SURELY would be Illegal as hell.

I guess time will tell once people start reporting back on their performance.


this is true
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I'd just be weary of Wal-Mart employees touching my truck. If you buy tires from there do you have to have them installed there also?
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^ You dont have to I guess.

I've looked at them multiple times when I go. My next tire will be that or maybe something in a 33
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do you have to have them installed there also?
No!! Just tell them it will be CASH AND CARRY, so pay for your tires then walk out with them.
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I would get them If they came with raised white letters. Just love the look.
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