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Tried search function already. Anyone actually running them in 35x12.50? Reviews? Reports? Worth it? Other than cheap and light, they look like pissed off Duratracs. I hate the name and the horrible barb wire sidewalls but could look past that if they are worth it. Anyone?
 

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I asked about them 18 months ago, still don't hear much about them. Haven't seen anyone on here running them either.
 

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I ran them on my old rig, in a 33. Pretty quite, and rode well. Traction was good all around, even in snow. Did not keep the rig long enough to tell on wear but should be about average.

They look like duratracs since they are under the same company. Goodyear,Fierce,Kelly. Kellys version is the safart tsr.

I would have ran them again if they had a 37.


 

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Loved them, great on the rocks, great in the mud. Wear and tear was minimum at 7k. Really wish they had 37's but sadly they did not so I went with some new to me 37's...
I highly suggest them.. I ran them on 16's and they performed amazing at 11 psi.. I say worth every penny and the day they decide to make 37's I am on them...

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i have them in 35x1250x17. i wheel mostly eastern us. they clear mud ok. i usually air down to about 12 psi on stock rubicon wheel. they flex well on rock but i have already cut a sidewall. i have about 25k miles and did a 5 way rotation until i cut my now trail spare. i don't regret buying them because of the price. I got 5 mounted for $1100 which was pretty good. its my dd and aren't loud at all. they aren't as tough as km2 or mtr, but aren't near the price either
 

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A buddy of mine here on Oahu runs them on his JKU and loves them. Here is a picture:





With the red dirt/mud/sand and even in some areas rocks/off-camber situations, he has pretty good traction all the way around!




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Thanks for the feedback. Local tire shop has the 35's for $300. My MTR/k's have 40k on them and half their tread left. Shop said MTR's are becoming harder to find and plan on Fierce Attitudes to replace. I think I'm interested.
 

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Uncle has had them for a while in a 33x12.50/16. He likes them, they've worn we'll from what I've seen.
 

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Thanks for the feedback. Local tire shop has the 35's for $300. My MTR/k's have 40k on them and half their tread left. Shop said MTR's are becoming harder to find and plan on Fierce Attitudes to replace. I think I'm interested.
If you have a sams club near you I suvgest through them... Think I paid 1331, mounted, 16's out the door...

Edit.- 5 of them

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Fierce Attitude.

I'm on my second set of 35x12.50x17's stock rubi wheels.
Would buy another set if they made them in a 37". Have had zero issue's with the tires, great wear and really quiet.
 

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Awesome news. Pretty sure these will be my next shoes. I still miss my Iroks and just may pay too much for insane heavy soft loud tires. I curse GY for a major fail in not producing the MTR/k's in massive amounts. Anyone have any advice on a light weight 35x12.50R17 mud grip that doesn't suck? I love my MTR's and will miss them dearly. Don't make me have to get new Iroks at $2K because it will cost another $25K for an LS swap to get them rolling. And a divorce.
 

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I've ran the 35's for about 18,000 miles now, quiet on the road, wearing excellent no chopping or anything with rotations every 6,000 miles. Have a friend running the 33's with no problems and have a couple of customers with 33's and no complaints.
 

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Great tires, can't beat the price for 35" tires. Sam's club has them for $268 for 35x12.5x17. They look great and are super quiet, which was surprising to me because they look so aggressive.

 

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What PSI are you guys running on your tires? I have mine set at 30 psi, I have not done the chalk test yet to see how they sit.
 
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