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Old 12-09-2009
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Only cowards and immature uneducated children touch other peoples vehicles. Hopefully you catch them.
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get yourself a lawn chair, cooler of beer, and a 12 gauge

you get the idea
haha
still idk what id do if i caught someone doing that
i hate vandals and people that break into vehicles ..... in chico a few years back they got everybody and a guy i kinda knews integra was so low he couldnt jack it up so the tire place had to come out and do it on the spot which was super expensive

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Wow, sorry to hear about the vandalism! I just don't understand the mentality of a person who does something like this. Do they think it's funny?



The new MT/Rs are nice. I've got a little over 3000 miles on mine, and they are showing no wear, and that's with a pretty heavy truck sitting on to of them. The Kevlars grip extremely well in the rain, and the outer lugs self clean pretty well in the sandy/clay mud here in the south.

I actually got a chance to try them in the snow/slush (I know, TX got a few inches of snow!) and they did much better than the BFG KM mud terrians I had on my Ranger when I lived in KS.
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sucks about the tire, but the new tires look awesome!
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Wow, sorry to hear about the vandalism! I just don't understand the mentality of a person who does something like this. Do they think it's funny?



The new MT/Rs are nice. I've got a little over 3000 miles on mine, and they are showing no wear, and that's with a pretty heavy truck sitting on to of them. The Kevlars grip extremely well in the rain, and the outer lugs self clean pretty well in the sandy/clay mud here in the south.

I actually got a chance to try them in the snow/slush (I know, TX got a few inches of snow!) and they did much better than the BFG KM mud terrians I had on my Ranger when I lived in KS.
ya they seem to grip like crazy in light snow at least. im waiting to test them in the heavy stuff. already seem better then the old mt/r's. i can notice they are a lot heavier tho in acceleration.
even if they wear out fast i would rather find that out now seeing that i only paid $100 for all the tires, and got paid 2 hours labor to mount them. love working in a shop...lol

i will find these kids who did it. weather they did it random or they actually have beef with me word will spread. i no a LOT of people in my city. and everyone knows my truck.
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Let us know how you like 'em in a few months...I'll be due for tires sometime around then...and it's down to KM2 at this current moment. But I absolutely loved those old style MT/R's I had.
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it snowed here last night enough to cover the ground. with a locker and thoes tires i had a hard time spinning the tires. them things just grip anything.
cant wait to try them in the mud.
what about light snow or even rain?
if your truck is anything like joe's, i feel bad for those @$$hats.
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what about light snow or even rain?
if your truck is anything like joe's, i feel bad for those @$$hats.
i have only tryed them in light snow and rain so far.... impressed

my truck is a little bigger then joes.
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Old 12-13-2009
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that sucks man, but you got some good payout in return. Just need to top it off with a little justice.

I personaly would be scared to take a knife to a 35" tire. A low pro is one thing, a big *** tire is another. I guess I just have this vision of it exploding in my face
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