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Best Tire for the Money

I was wondering what everyones opinion was on the best mud/aggressive tread tire was for the Money graduation is in 2 weeks and i am hoping to have around $350-$500 to spend on tires if i cant find any used for a good deal
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you can get pretty affrodable swampers for that money but hey arent gonna be hot on the street.
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've got nitto terra grapplers on mine. and lovin them
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The Nittos aren't aggressive at all though.
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Cooper STT. they compare to the MTZ, but are cheaper. i got mine set for like $600 which was a regular steal for a 33". As you probably live in the salt belt, make sure what ever tire you get has alot of siping.
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Cooper STT. they compare to the MTZ, but are cheaper. i got mine set for like $600 which was a regular steal for a 33". As you probably live in the salt belt, make sure what ever tire you get has alot of siping.
cooper STTs look more like the Toyo MTs than the MTZs.. but i would say the MTZs are a good set of tires to have. i like my set
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you can get pretty affrodable swampers for that money but hey arent gonna be hot on the street.
yea an LTB would be the best "mud aggressive" tire but will ride like crap on the road.
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yea an LTB would be the best "mud aggressive" tire but will ride like crap on the road.
meh they arent so bad, but REALLY loud. I think i went through mine in something like 10k miles, maybe less. so factor that into the price. they arent cheap enough for that...
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IMO the best tire for the money is used.
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What about those Hancook Dynapro tires?
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