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Old 12-09-2007
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So these tires perform well in snow?
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who knows i dont know anyone that has tried them in the snow i think. but they should do fine for a mudder

brian says they do awesome
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i had them and they wore horribly.

i'm consistent about having my tires rotated every 3-5k and balanced every 5k. i had a lifetime alignment/balancing etc on my ranger, so i always had the tires in tip top shape and the stt's didn't wear 1/3rd as well as my bfg mud terrains.

i missed your post! well that kinda sucks... might have to think about another tire :( :)
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i got about 11k on mine and havnt rotated them yet, to cold & lazy...and these tires hands down in the snow are the best thing sence folded napkins right along with the the AT KO's
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hmm that is odd. guess its different for everyone. i like them so im gonna try them.

btw did u get my last pm?
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I tried them out in the snow and it is almost impossible to fishtail on the road. I guess that is good thing. But i like to do dognuts in snow. lol I think they do good in deep snow off road but then again this is the only MT i have owned so i can't compair.
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i have the regular pro comps and i would probally never buy em again. They wear well but yes they do seem cheap. My sidewalls if you look at a angle they are not even have rippels in the side wall. There very noisy and no matter what i do to balance them they shake the wheel and steer all over the highway.
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i am going to try toyos for my next tire.
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Anyone have these tires in retreads?
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who the hell retreads tires these days
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Who the hell brings up year old posts?? LOL
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Yea whats with the reviving of dead threads lately?
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idk but i want to know why this guy is guna try and recap a tire like this i dont think you can recap a tire with so much tread on the side walls
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this is a way old thread! lol
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I did a search on those tires and this came up, whats the issue? If i would have started a new thread i would have got blammed for not using the search button, almost not worth posting.
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I did a search on those tires and this came up, whats the issue? If i would have started a new thread i would have got blammed for not using the search button, almost not worth posting.
Good point..
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I did a search on those tires and this came up, whats the issue? If i would have started a new thread i would have got blammed for not using the search button, almost not worth posting.

Your fighting a losing battle my friend. They b**ch if you make a new post, and they b**ch if you revive an old one....Who Knows?
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hahaha yea thats how it is around here.....
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