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Mud king tires on CL??

Found these, 33's for 300 but I've never heard of them. What do you think pick them up or what?

33" mud king tires
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Cheapo brand...

I wouldn't on a daily.
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Id buy them if they were closer to $200 make sure there not cupped to bad.
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I love my sport kings. I think they are the same just those are mud terrain. Best tire I have owned.

I think toreador4x4 or whatever his name is used to run the mud kings in 33

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Unless your in the mud weekly I wouldn't. My cousin had those on his titan and they rode terrible and didn't last worth crap. Decent in the mud but theres much better tires out there.
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there a great off road tire but like said above they arent that great in the ran or wet roads
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Well first off maybe it would be better if someone who actually HAS them and uses them give their opinion. Alot of you guys give great advice, but alot of you guys shoot down M/T's on a daily driver, which I think is ridiculous.

I've had my 35x12.50x15 Mud kings on my truck for over 2 years, and around 25,000 miles on them and they are doing great. I know some guys have posted this over and over again, but balance and rotation is the key to good tire wear. OBVIOUSLY if your running bogger's on the a dd that you drive on the street, your not going to get the tire wear you would get with a M/T.

As far as MUD KINGS themselves, I really like them. They are a good price and have made it through some serious wheeling that I've done, with no problems. I think their ride/wear has EVERYTHING to do with balance and rotation. If you don't take care of ANY tire, they wear incorrectly/cup and ride like a$$.
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i've heard and seen alot of people swear by them, i just think they are like buckshots and get a bad rap with people that never tried them.
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i've heard and seen alot of people swear by them, i just think they are like buckshots and get a bad rap with people that never tried them.
I dont think ive ever heard anything bad about buckshots either... Sure if you dont rotate them they will get severely cupped, but what M/T doesnt?
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Ill sell u my 33" M/Ts in the spring once i get my KM2's lol
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there a pretty decent tire ive heard ive been thinking about tryin them
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i havnt tried mud kings, but ive tried a tire that was almost identical to that tread pattern and had no trouble. i think they were winston winners (a private label made by goodyear that has since been ceased). rode good in all terrain and conditions (but didnt get a chance to drive in snow or ice). but i liked them and i got 265/75/16s for 265 for all 4
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