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Old 02-08-2008
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Mastercraft Courser MT

I am hopefully going to do a body lift soon, and am looking for a 33 inch tire that will look aggressive, but still be a good tire for the road, im mostly concerned about road noise. I have been looking at tires and came upon the mastercraft courser mt. It is a pretty cheap tire, and it looks like it is pretty good quality, and looks aggressive. I was wondering if anyone has had any experience with this tire. If anyone has, how is the road noise and tire wear? Also, if anyone has another tire they think I should look at please chime in. Thanks.
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my dad (04 EDGE) has some in 33's and they are great tires.
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I have a set of 35s. Only had them for a little while so I don't have too much experience with them. But the last time I went mudding I did everything in two wheel drive except a small hill that went up and turned at the same time. So I am very happy with the offroad performance. I haven't really paid attention to the road noise, probably cuz I usually have the radio turned up, but it's not so bad that I've noticed. I have pics of them on my cardomain if you want to see them on the truck.
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They are great tires off road, as others have said, road manners are good, wet weather tractin is fair, they do fairly well in the snow, and the road nice is fine, with the exception of, when they start to wear down, 25% tread and less, they do start getting LOUD....other than that they are great tires!!
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Sweet. I think they will be my next set of tires! Anyone know where I can get a good deal on them? Stopandgotires.com has them for a pretty good price, but I cant seem to find them anywhere else.
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check out pepboys. I'm pretty sure after I bought my BFG a/t's I saw those on sale for like $110 for 31's lol. That pissed me off.
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i am on my second set! there great on and off road! affordable and tough!

heres my new 33's

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Those look very nice and aggressive. If you dont mind my asking, where did you buy them from?
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i got them from a tire wholesaler through my work.

they were 124 bucks each
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Dang thats a good price. Could ya hook a brother up haha.
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can you drive to michigan?
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lol its kind of far. I was just joking around. But thats a really good price. The only place I can find that sells these tires are www.stopandgotires.com. DO you know of any other place?
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Thanks edgeaholic. I couldnt find that site lol. Im still debating whether I should get these or an all terrain tire. I dont want too much tire noise.
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i have these tires on my 99 ranger and love them havent gotten stuck yet and have pulled out full size trucks. got about 10,000 miles or so and still have plenty of tread left
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