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Looking For Some Loud Tires

So I'm in the market for some new M/T's (265/75R16), Which ones are loud?
No Super Swampers.. i'm looking for something that will last longer than 20k. Thanks
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looking for loud tires?!
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Oyea... see some people like loud stereo systems / loud exhaust. I prefer loud tires.. gotta love that HUMM.
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Goodyear wrangler mud terrains
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thornbirds, forget the 20k but those are loud.
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Ive had thornbirds before & wasnt impressed. They chunked out and they never left the pavement literally. I wish Nitto would make a 265/75/16 mud grappler, no question i would buy them. I managed to get 35k out of them.
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Mickey Thompson Baja Claw are loud, but what makes them loud is the large gap between treads, that is the same thing that makes pavement chew them up so your not really gonna get much life.
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I agree with this dude. ^^^^ These are loud.
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Baja Claws are loud or Nitto Mud Grapplers sound like an airplane taking off.
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You're gonna have a hard time getting 20k+ out of loud tires but I would go with Goodyear Wrangler M/Ts.
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If you rotate your tires properly they will last 20,000 no problem. Especially mud tires.
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Pitbulls, crawlers
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This.

Casey (camodown) has pitbulls.

He said that they have gotten pretty loud.

You have to understand that the tires will get louder as you use them.
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Baja Claws are loud or Nitto Mud Grapplers sound like an airplane taking off.
X2 I have nitto mud grapplers on my ram and they are ridiculous. from 35mph they start humming and just get louder the faster you go.

Here's a drive by vid of my truck with said tires...
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Yea I would say nitto mud grapplers hands down.
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Unfortunatley they dont make a size i can run without lifting my rig
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I had some wild spirit radials that were on my truck when I got it. They were kinda noisy. I don't really know if they would be as noisy as you are looking for but I thought they sounded cool when accelerating around 35 mph you could really hear them. I assume they had fairly good life too as they were 3 or 4 years old when I got the truck and still had decent tread left.
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Yea I would say nitto mud grapplers hands down.
I agree.
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jumping in with the nitto guys and damn those made your ram sound like a civic at redline in the video lmao
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