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I just want to try some differ ones out. I love my mtz but I wanted to give someother ones a shot.
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These are really different, if that is your driving factor.
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i just put 33" baja claws on my 99 and ive never loved a tire more than this one.
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I was lookin at the tsl's but the only come in 36's and I really dont want to do to 33's
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tsl and good road manners lol right
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manors? lol
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Sorry little tired
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yea its a hard choice I know.
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tsl and good road manners lol right
man·or (mān'ər) Pronunciation Key
n.

1.
1. A landed estate.
2. The main house on an estate; a mansion.
3. The district over which a lord had domain and could exercise certain rights and privileges in medieval western Europe.
4. The lord's residence in such a district.
2. A tract of land in certain North American colonies with hereditary rights granted to the proprietor by royal charter.
3.
1. The district over which a lord had domain and could exercise certain rights and privileges in medieval western Europe.
2. The lord's residence in such a district.

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man⋅ner
1   /ˈmænər/ Show Spelled Pronunciation [man-er] Show IPA Pronunciation
–noun
1. a way of doing, being done, or happening; mode of action, occurrence, etc.: I don't like the manner in which he complained.
2. manners,
a. the prevailing customs, ways of living, and habits of a people, class, period, etc.; mores: The novels of Jane Austen are concerned with the manners of her time.
b. ways of behaving with reference to polite standards; social comportment: That child has good manners.
3. a person's outward bearing; way of speaking to and treating others: She has a charming manner.
4. characteristic or customary way of doing, making, saying, etc.: houses built in the 19th-century manner.
5. air of distinction: That old gentleman had quite a manner.
6. (used with a singular or plural verb) kind; sort: What manner of man is he? All manner of things were happening.
7. characteristic style in art, literature, or the like: verses in the manner of Spenser.
8. Obsolete.
a. nature; character.
b. guise; fashion.
—Idioms
9. by all manner of means, by all means; certainly.
10. by no manner of means, under no circumstances; by no means; certainly not: She was by no manner of means a frivolous person.
11. in a manner, so to speak; after a fashion; somewhat.
12. in a manner of speaking, in a way; as it were; so to speak: We were, in a manner of speaking, babes in the woods.
13. to the manner born,
a. accustomed by birth to a high position: He was a gentleman to the manner born.
b. used to a particular custom, activity, or role from birth.

Zach spelled it right the first time haha
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You could do Procomp Xterrains, they are pretty loud and can be daily driven no problem. I had them on my truck and hated them, but they were cupped/warn badly so thats probably why. I know a few people who run them and love them.

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You could do Procomp Xterrains, they are pretty loud and can be daily driven no problem. I had them on my truck and hated them, but they were cupped/warn badly so thats probably why. I know a few people who run them and love them.

No offense man but those tires are horrible...they SUCK off road and are even worse on road. they are loud for no reason...and the BFG M/t are hands down better.

I like the KM2 and MTZ, but thats me. I also like the mud grappler and toyo MT, but thats on a bigger truck, our trucks look good with km2's I think. And of course pretty much any INTERCO tire...can't go wrong with a TSL radial...can't say that enough.
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No offense man but those tires are horrible...they SUCK off road and are even worse on road. they are loud for no reason...and the BFG M/t are hands down better.

I like the KM2 and MTZ, but thats me. I also like the mud grappler and toyo MT, but thats on a bigger truck, our trucks look good with km2's I think. And of course pretty much any INTERCO tire...can't go wrong with a TSL radial...can't say that enough.
Yeah, I hated them sooooo much but I know a few people with them that love them and have ran multiple sets on their trucks so I thought maybe it was just my tires that weren't good since they were cupped worse then any tire I've ever seen.

What about Irok's? I see people with them a lot.
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thornbirds suck in mud and ok in sand on a dodge anyway they were 33's but i overall didnt like performance but for a street tire id say ok
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Iroks are very soft, like I keep saying...TSL radials aren't great on the road but they do very well off road.

You could always get boggers for mudding...thats what a lot of people do, get yourself a set of mudding rims/tires...theres a ton for sale on chuckstrucks
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Pit bulls
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man·or (mān'ər) Pronunciation Key
n.

1.
1. A landed estate.
2. The main house on an estate; a mansion.
3. The district over which a lord had domain and could exercise certain rights and privileges in medieval western Europe.
4. The lord's residence in such a district.
2. A tract of land in certain North American colonies with hereditary rights granted to the proprietor by royal charter.
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1. The district over which a lord had domain and could exercise certain rights and privileges in medieval western Europe.
2. The lord's residence in such a district.

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man⋅ner
1   /ˈmænər/ Show Spelled Pronunciation [man-er] Show IPA Pronunciation
–noun
1. a way of doing, being done, or happening; mode of action, occurrence, etc.: I don't like the manner in which he complained.
2. manners,
a. the prevailing customs, ways of living, and habits of a people, class, period, etc.; mores: The novels of Jane Austen are concerned with the manners of her time.
b. ways of behaving with reference to polite standards; social comportment: That child has good manners.
3. a person's outward bearing; way of speaking to and treating others: She has a charming manner.
4. characteristic or customary way of doing, making, saying, etc.: houses built in the 19th-century manner.
5. air of distinction: That old gentleman had quite a manner.
6. (used with a singular or plural verb) kind; sort: What manner of man is he? All manner of things were happening.
7. characteristic style in art, literature, or the like: verses in the manner of Spenser.
8. Obsolete.
a. nature; character.
b. guise; fashion.
—Idioms
9. by all manner of means, by all means; certainly.
10. by no manner of means, under no circumstances; by no means; certainly not: She was by no manner of means a frivolous person.
11. in a manner, so to speak; after a fashion; somewhat.
12. in a manner of speaking, in a way; as it were; so to speak: We were, in a manner of speaking, babes in the woods.
13. to the manner born,
a. accustomed by birth to a high position: He was a gentleman to the manner born.
b. used to a particular custom, activity, or role from birth.

Zach spelled it right the first time haha
thanks for the stick up Justin but i did spell it how he said it i went back and fixed it... lol i was tired
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I've seen a set of 42" Pitbulls in person and those things are sickkk, the compound was so soft, and for 6 ply sidewalls they bulged a **** ton!


As for the "TSLs don't last long" argument. Who remembers Badkrama's truck? Well those 38x1450 TSLs.. they're 3 years old, daily driven and still have probably 1/4 tread.. you just gotta be nice
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I love those tires...
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