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Milestar Patagonia M/T's

Anyone have any experience or input on the Milestar Patagonia M/T's? I've noticed Northridge 4X4 sells them as does America's Tire. I've read a write up on them from Four Wheeler but am curious about personal experiences with the tires. I might go with the 38X12.50X17's for next season. Thanks in advance for any responses.

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Look at Lite Brite on YouTube. Her and her husband have been running then in 38" in their JL and have been very happy with the performance and durability.

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My understanding is that these are being discontinued. I run them on my offroad trailer and had planned to get them for my Jeep. The one thing I did not like is that the gaps between the tread pattern was pretty tight and they hold pea sized gravel like crazy. Ended up going with Cooper SST pros instead.

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Ended up going with Cooper SST pros instead.
My personal opinion, it's the best street driver, off-road, mud and rock crawling, daily driver tire on the market today. And at 17,000 miles I'm still a tick over 50% remaining. I love them.

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Yeah I think they are decent tires for the money, but they're still cheap budget tires. Invest in a better set, Cooper STT Pro, Falken Wildpeak MT, Trail Grappers, etc.

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Yeah I think they are decent tires for the money, but they're still cheap budget tires. Invest in a better set, Cooper STT Pro, Falken Wildpeak MT, Trail Grappers, etc.
Yes, definitely low price which is attractive as well as the availability of a 38" tire. I'm on 37" BFG-KM2's right now. Yes, they are undersized when compared to other 37" tires but they are also light, which was why I bough them. I have and I am looking at the other brands you've mentioned as well.

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I have heard good things about those tires from my local wheeling buddies.

That's my next set - 38s!
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larry0071, I realize this is an old thread, but I am curious how well you like the Patagonias by now. I knoe they are soft. How bad to they chunk in the rocks? Are they still quiet on the road?

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larry0071, I realize this is an old thread, but I am curious how well you like the Patagonias by now. I knoe they are soft. How bad to they chunk in the rocks? Are they still quiet on the road?
You misunderstood me in post #4, I use the Cooper STT Pro. That is the tire that I love almost as much as my dog....

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