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Mickeys Radial Claws

anybody run them over here..or ran them or know somebody that runs em..

how do they wear on the road..

are they loud

you think i should get them?
 
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not really that loud...

my buddy had them on his 3500 dodge.. they looks sweet but are soft.
 
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i had them there weren't real loud but they had a little hum to them and they don't wear down to fast either
 
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i loved them.

great in mud/sand
decent in snow

i never drove them on the road, so i dont know how loud they are

so DO IT!!!
 
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dude, make up your mind homie!

id get these instead of the others. be different. nothing wrong with the tire either.
 
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they aren't bad.....they are a soft tire though and will wear faster...
 
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maybe on a fullsize. he'll plenty of life out of them. and besides after a while, they dont have any real use out of them offroad anyways.
 
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yea once they start to wear even a little bit they suck offroad.......
 
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every offraod tire is like that. thats why i dont see why people complain about super swampers not lasting long. theyre not supposed to. their supposed to preform as the best offroad, not on road.
 
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yup......i dont like Swampers unless they are on a trail rig only......
 
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I love the way they look! Between those and MT/R's...

I'd love to get a 37, but they are insanely expensive for the radial...it's even 270ish for a bias ply...

But really...how are they offroad?
 
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Originally Posted by jrpro130

But really...how are they offroad?
i used them on a plymouth ??? (cant remember the name, its the same thing as a ramcharger) but i used it in mud, sand, and snow. i liked it and would use it again on an offroad vehicle. we used mudders and tsls and i liked the claw best around here, but the others were also impressive. they self clean well and grab like slicks on the strip!
 
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cool deal..

chris PM sent..
 
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COUGH PANSY COUGH BOGGERS NOW ****** COUGH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

get my point?
 
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Originally Posted by Redneckstone
COUGH PANSY COUGH BOGGERS NOW ****** COUGH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

get my point?

haha we had this conversation last night hommie..to wide..not lifting anymore just gettin new meats..
 
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COUGH COUGH






ehem....
 
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Originally Posted by Redneckstone
COUGH COUGH



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ehem....
with almost 12,500 posts you still cant figure out how to post images..haha


but i see angle grinder in the jibberish..so ill say ill pass on that one (:
 
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its fixed that wasnt a hosted image
 
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here no joking me real suggestion...

 
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boggers...

nuff said.

I'm even thinking of running them again...but we'll see the path my truck takes later on...I got a long while until I get another set of tires
 
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cant they dont make em in 12.50s runnin a 35..and im not cuttin something to fit..
 
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34x14.50
 
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Originally Posted by Redneckstone
here no joking me real suggestion...

why
 
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cause they fit his size and he wants a loud tire... so why not?
 
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you got that right..i want loud damn it..
 
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