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i hear they make those in 225/70/15s too, im half tempted to get em as my next tire if i dont go with cobra rims
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just checked, smallest is 235/75/15 which i think is a 29

dont really want the mpg decrease from the bigger tires

do it you wont regret it there a great tire but really loud on the highway but just turn the music up and you cant hear them and you get ust to them after a while.
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You want a little more hummmmm???



LTB's!!


No...seriously now...i absolutely love my Goodyear MT/R's...sure they're louder than any 'normal' all use mud terrain(meaning not a super swamper), but they are the best unsipped mud terrain for the rain i've ever driven with. They last a long time...mine have a cool almost 50k on them and they've still got like 40-50% tread.
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MTRs or Nitto Mud Grapplers.
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Dick Cepek Mud Countries FTW or Fun COuntry IIs of you want an all terrain

ive had both tires mcs in 33 and fc2 in 38 and loved them both
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BFG's A/T

That's the only off road tire I have had and I love them
those look stupid in anything over a 33.

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thornbirds
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I love my mtz's but im looking for something with alil more humm to the tire.
If you want "Humm" good performance, and a good street tire, get Nitto MTs
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what are you doing with your mtz's??????
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what bout the procomp extreme m/t?
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BFG KM2s
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i think the thornbirds would look good on your truck but haven't heard many good things about there performance.

the mud grapplers look, sound and perform awesome, anything over 35ish mph sounds like a bomber coming in. they got my vote
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i love my mfg mud terrains...havent left me down in the mud yet!
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I also need something that will be good to take a long road trip from tampa fl to branson mo, then to detroit mi

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toyos or mtz like you have then

mud grapplers and mtrs are too soft for that i think.
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I was thinking about the thornbirds anyone have experience with them?
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I was thinking about the thornbirds anyone have experience with them?
your joking right... there ****
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I also need something that will be good to take a long road trip from tampa fl to branson ms, then to detroit mi
when you coming to Detroit we should set something up
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alright ill be there the week of 21-28 or 29th in june. Im coming to watch my cuz grad high school.

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I ment june. I fixed it
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Ah ok.. little ways off.

what town are you going to i would be surprised if it was actually detroit
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about 40 min away from me, justin, josh and about 1.5 hours away from Rob
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Thats fine im sure there will be acouple of days I wont have anything to do. I know saturday the 27th ill be busy thats when they grad.
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I love my KM2's so far.
But you really haven't said much about why you want different tires except for more of a "hum". My KM2's are pretty quiet so far. I had Toyo M/T's on order until I looked at the weight, and canceled the order.
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