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Who's the Buckshot tire guy?

I remember reading something in a search about a Buckshot dealer and cannot find it again..I'm really not planning on going offroad ever..But ya never know..I like the looks of the Buckshots..Looking at a 33X12.5X15.....Any more opinons on the Buckshots? I do alot of highway driving how do they ride? Also are they loud?




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great tire, blktremor02(brian) is who your looking for. i think they are the $500 range to your door for that size.
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There's your guy right there. BlkTremor02. He can get em in 33x12.50R15 for I believe $505 shipped to your door.

I'll let the Maxxis salesman let you know how the Buckshots are. (Redneckstone)
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There's your guy right there. BlkTremor02. He can get em in 33x12.50R15 for I believe $505 shipped to your door.

I'll let the Maxxis salesman let you know how the Buckshots are. (Redneckstone)
lol i am not a sales man just trying to help people save $ thats all. a mudder is a mudder to a piont! and the buckshot will get the same job done for a cheaper cost for the avarage joe...
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Well is it good on road as well or do you recommend something else more radial like?
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it is a radial.
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Okay ..How is it on the highway? thats all i have left...
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i had/have the dunlop radial mud rover. very very similar tire. performed well in everything like i wanted it too.

buckshot


dunlop


BFG m/t


pro comp


just a lil tread comparo on the common m/t's

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Okay ..How is it on the highway? thats all i have left...
they do great... really really good tire its one of the few that comes with "some" sipping in the lugs to give better rain traction over other brands
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Sweet !! Thanks alot guys..And the comparo pics WOW..Thanks ,you guys rule!
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i love my buckshots. but as most know i like change so ill be getting something different next time around.
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So you guys never had any problems in the rain with them. I mean would you be afraid to let your wife or gf drive it in the rain? The ranger is an extra vehicle in my family and my wife drives it sometimes.
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um last week it rained here, so hard it was coing down vertical in sheets and i was running 70+ with rain on the road. drove liek a dream, no hydroplayning or anything.

in snow you better slow down a bit but you wont have that problem down there. lucky.
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ive not really had any probs with mine either. had to slam on the stoppys hard a few times with them, but never slid in the rain.
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One more question!..White letters in or out? I don't think they look too bad out..I see Zacks look pretty good..ANyone have a pic with them on letters in?
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hahahahah..i'm guessing white out..

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...t=white+letter
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depends on the color of the truck, the wheel its on, and the theme of the truck.
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personally i like all mine out...
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I havent had ANY problems with my buckshots. Yeah, they do suck in 1"-2" of light snow, but thats a northern thing.

I also run mine White out. Be proud!
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BlkTremor02 can you please contact me!..I tried emailing about a set of tires..I guess it didn't work..thanks!
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Pmed ya
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Okay folks..Last chance.... white letters out right?
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no, black out!!
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i'd do letters out!
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