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Old 12-02-2005
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Yeah, that sounds good, thanks. I'll even tip ya $2. Thanks buddy, that was nice of you to fo that for me.
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hey evan hows those car tires workin for ya? hehe

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GRRR... i outta.....
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Yeah, that sounds good, thanks. I'll even tip ya $2. Thanks buddy, that was nice of you to fo that for me.
lol no prob. im going to have to remember to pick thoes up..
just set a remender in my phone
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you watch yourself beard LOL
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how many miles u get out of them?
I'm going to guess that I have 45K to 50K on them. I don't burn them or do anything retarded with my truck to cause them to wear really bad. Except for not getting it aligned when I should have.

Best tires I ever had were Mud King XT's, they lasted for a long time and road good til I sold the truck. Now I can't find anyone that sells them without having to drive 2 hours.
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Weve had buckshots on everyu huntin truck weve ever owned and they ride purty good and they pull like hell in the mud. idk about snow but as far as mud and gumbo, etc they do pretty damn good and they look good imo too
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He got the buckshots...

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$$ had to be a factor in choosing those over the MT/R
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im looking for a set of mudders rightn ow too, i really want some boggers BUT they only come in a 6 and 10 ply construction so my f350 will blow out the 6's and the 10's are only on liek 38's or something so my other choice were the good year mtr's or mickey thompson baja claw's any news on thoes
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ufgators: summitracing sells mudkings only 2 sizes tho.

Im in the market for tires too and buckshot seem to be popular down here in TN. i have other more mainstream tires as well considering as well, which will get posted after i do research on them.
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