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Old 10-20-2009
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Mastercraft courser AT???

Time to replace the shoes. Not really happy with the BFGs due to price.
Cooper owns Mastercraft, and I run Cooper's on my Escape (great tires).
Has anyone got any info on the Mastercraft Courser ATs?
I might go semi-offroad about once a month, so I need a good tire for a dd.
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I have the mastercraft courser CT's and so far have no complaints. I had them on for probably a little over 1,500 miles.
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General Grabber At2s
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My dad has had the Mastercraft at's mt's and the ct's. His favorite was the CT's there more aggressive than the AT's but wear better than MT's do.
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i've had a set they were pretty good tires and i think they got better when they added the solid center tread
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General Grabbers are second on the list. Just checking the Mastercrafts due to price.
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My boss has them on his F-150 and I drive it all the time in all kinds of stuff and I have nothing but praise for them. Great tire IMO.
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Does anyone have any experience with the mastercraft courser msr? Just got them put on yesterday. Needed them bad and they were on sale. Look good. I upgraded to the 265/75/16
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At work the 4wd 3/4 ton Dodge has the Courser AT's. I don't know what they'd be like on a ranger, but they sure do suck on the fullsize Dodge.
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my dad has the courser at2's on his F-150 and I think theyre a great tire. They have a nice blocky tread, wear nice, and all in all seem like a great tire. I wanted to get them on my truck, but they were more than I wanted to spend.
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a friend of mine said that the Medalist Mud King XT Tires are pretty good
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