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Old 09-01-2005
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Quietest Mudder?

Does anyone know just about all the mudders out there to know what the quiestest one there is on the street??? What about the longest lasting Mud terrain on the street or even in the mud? Im tring to find a real agressive looking all terrrain tire or somewhat of a long lasting mudder, if there is such a thing.
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I got the quietest ones they had one tirerack.. I'm sure there's quieter out there, but they won't perform as well. Firestone Destination M/T's, you can compare them to the mtr, mud rover, and bfg mud terrain on the site.. They've done great for me so far! I've had a screw in one of the tires for months now and it hasn't affected it a bit.. sold me on em!
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I have bfg MTs and they are very quiet imo ... i was shocked .... i had some mud kings before and they were alot louder than my bfg mts .... just my 2 cents though
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ive had 3 sets of boggers there loud.one of the loudest i think.i had mud rovers pretty quite i all thought my procomp xterreins were also quite and a set of groun hawgs pretty loud.and on my first truck i had goodyear wrangler m/t also very nice.
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A mud tire isn't going to be very quiet as far as tires are concerned, so your best bet is to get a radial tire and keep it balanced and properly pressurized. Price should be your main concern at this point.
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Mud tires are radials. BFG M/T's are the quiest mud terrain i've ever heard.
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my buckshots are getting quieter but they still loud... i like the sound personally
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yes all mudder humm there is no way around it. stay away from cooper mudders they are just down right loud. i drove Zachs truck with the buckshots they arnt that bad at all
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Mud tires are radials. BFG M/T's are the quiest mud terrain i've ever heard.
Not all mud tires are radials, fella. I can name quite a few that aren't.
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Not all mud tires are radials, fella. I can name quite a few that aren't.
correct. cooper alone has 2 versions of there STT mudder that one is radial one isnt... also micky tompson with the baja tires also have one that isnt
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Oh my ****ing god can we get any more nit picking on this SITE!

MAJORITY of mud terrains are radials. No **** there are some that are not radial. So name a few and congradufawkinlations, fella.
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Oh my ****ing god can we get any more nit picking on this SITE!

MAJORITY of mud terrains are radials. No **** there are some that are not radial. So name a few and congradufawkinlations, fella.
dear god....someone needs to take a zanex today.....chill man maybe here is a thought turn off the computer and go outside and work on the truck....i think you have had the fill of the forums for a little while....just a thought
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Oh my ****ing god can we get any more nit picking on this SITE!

MAJORITY of mud terrains are radials. No **** there are some that are not radial. So name a few and congradufawkinlations, fella.

You said ALL mud tires are radials, which is ISN'T true. That's not being nit picky, that's correcting misinformation.
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