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post #1 of 6 Old 07-23-2018, 02:57 PM Thread Starter
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Maxxis Raar Mt's

Well a few of you guys have been asking for a review on these Maxxis Razr Mt's so here goes.

I was looking for a new set of rubbers and came across the Maxxis Razr Mt. I was familiar with their Treps and Creppy crawlers but those compounds weren't viable for a daily driver. The Razr mt's are 10 ply E rated and measured out to 36.8" mounted on 17x9 ATX Slabs brand new.

I four wheel in TN and recently just came back from a trip to Colorado and Moab. after 8,000 total miles I am impressed to say the least.

These rubbers have plenty of bit in TN rocks&Mud and clean out fast. Out West they seemed to stick to most of the rock, especially in moab. If road noise is an issue (don't get any mt for that matter) for having such square lugs I thought id be entertained by the howling sounds of wolves we've all grown used to herring with mts. But ill be a monkeys uncle if these aren't some of the quieter mts on the market. (you know the kind you can still hold a conversation with your wife, windows up or down) Not a humming sound but more of a low drone.

I run any where from 30-32 psi on the road (they ride great and balanced easily)
8-12 psi on the trail

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no doors are more betterer
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after Moab I'm convinced just about any tire can get traction but here ya go
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. . . ill be a monkeys uncle if these aren't some of the quieter mts on the market. (you know the kind you can still hold a conversation with your wife, windows up or down)
Put a set of these on last week in 37x12.50R17. All I can say is, DAY-um!! Freakishly quiet and smooth, after much too long on my worn out, impossible-to-balance MTR Kevlars. I’ve had two sets of those now, and I’ll never have another. They were good off-road, and I never had a puncture, tear, cut, or flat of any kind. But both sets became very rough riding, and impossible to balance at about half of their tread life. These RAZRs have made my jeep fun to drive again! Can’t wait to see what they’ll do on the rocks.
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