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Fierce Attitiude

These M/T's look sick! RangerMuse told me about them.

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huh, $220 per tire for a 35x12.50/17 not bad.
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Looks to be just another division of Good Year, Kelly Tires ect.
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defiantly look pretty fierce !!
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huh, $220 per tire for a 35x12.50/17 not bad.
not bad at all! hmm.... sick looking tire. my 33x12.50x17 procomp muds are $267 a peice
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Not a fan of the SideWall design looks kind a girly with the star things. The $220 is what the kelly tire quoted my off the top of his head last week...
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Those are sweet, I really like the design of the tread and the sidewall, and $220 is a pretty good deal to.
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Not the best design I've seen, but not the worst either.
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you can get BFG km2's for cheaper.. those don't look like they'd be great in mud
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you can get BFG km2's for cheaper.. those don't look like they'd be great in mud
???? A 35x12.5/17's in the KM2's are $272.00
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I'm kinda diggin' 'em. Too bad they don't have 'normal' sizes.



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Looks to be just another division of Good Year, Kelly Tires ect.
Yeah...First thing I asked in my head was 'who's the parent company?'

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Not a fan of the SideWall design looks kind a girly with the star things. The $220 is what the kelly tire quoted my off the top of his head last week...
It's barbed wire!! How is barbed wire 'girly'?? lol.
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I'm going to bring some quotes from Pirate4x4, all of which I agree with.

Read the whole bashing here.

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I like the tread, but refuse to buy anything called a "Fierce Attitude M/T"
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I predict this to go well for the big ghey truck crowd.
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RAAAWWWRRR!!! barbed wire in the tread!!! ANNNNGGGGGRRRRYYYY!!
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Trying to one-up ProComp?
Their whole lineup is now Xtreme this or Xtreme that..
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^^hahahaha.
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It's just a tire?

Who the hell gets so worked up for a stupid M/T tire design.

Come on people.
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How is barbed wire 'girly'?? lol.
Maybe he hangs out with some tough *** chicks!
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It seems like everytime you turn around a new tire is popping up. I think they look neat but I would not buy them. For some reason these tires remind me of Dune Grapplers.
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I think they are a great crossbread of a A/T and an M/T.
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I think they are a great crossbread of a A/T and an M/T.


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About like my Dick Cepeks radial mud terrains - fantastic siped M/T Tread - and I like the look of these a bit more then those fierce attitudes - they seem to be a bit odd with all those little designs going on around the edges :-S
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they seem to be a bit odd with all those little designs going on around the edges :-S
RAAAWWWRRR!!! barbed wire in the tread!!! ANNNNGGGGGRRRRYYYY!!
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RAAAWWWRRR!!! barbed wire in the tread!!! ANNNNGGGGGRRRRYYYY!!
I predict this to go well for the big ghey truck crowd.


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What it comes down to is these tires are bad ***. They would look killer on any truck.
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What it comes down to is these tires are bad ***. They would look killer on any truck.
If you are into that mall-crawler dress up sort of thing. They may be extremely capable, but I predict that the majority of these tires will never leave pavement. I can promise that you will never find them, or any tire that has barbed wire or the words "fierce" or "attitude", on a vehicle that I own.

I don't understand why barbed wire is cool. Whats tough about a fencing material? What makes it so awesome that it gets put on a tire? Around here, barbed wire is used to keep cattle in a designated area, or to keep convicts in a designated area. Do these tires have livestock and run away criminals in them? Furthermore, it seems that putting sharp metal objects on a tire would be a bad idea...
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I think the guys on Pirate are just over-analyzing the name of the tire.

Looks like a decent tire, interested to see how it performs... Not that I can afford them or anything anyways.
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If you are into that mall-crawler dress up sort of thing. They may be extremely capable, but I predict that the majority of these tires will never leave pavement. I can promise that you will never find them, or any tire that has barbed wire or the words "fierce" or "attitude", on a vehicle that I own.

I don't understand why barbed wire is cool. Whats tough about a fencing material? What makes it so awesome that it gets put on a tire? Around here, barbed wire is used to keep cattle in a designated area, or to keep convicts in a designated area. Do these tires have livestock and run away criminals in them? Furthermore, it seems that putting sharp metal objects on a tire would be a bad idea...
So you won't run a good tire just because of the name? Now who's being ridiculous
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So you won't run a good tire just because of the name? Now who's being ridiculous
Who said anything about anyone being ridiculous? You're the first one to mention the word ridiculous in this thread. I won't run "a good tire" because I don't like it. Sure. There are hundreds of tire out there, If I don't like it I won't run it. Simple as that. If you like these tires, by all means buy them. I don't like my tires to have frilly dressups on the sidewall, and I can find tires just as good or better than these Fierce Attitudes for a lot cheaper.
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