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FWIW my tire guy runs these on his wifes truck, he likes them but doesnt get many miles from them.Wanted to see some pics of you guys with the mud grapplers in action out on the trail. The more I read about these and the more I see them, the more I like them. Now if I could only afford them
They last forever on Jeeps.FWIW my tire guy runs these on his wifes truck, he likes them but doesnt get many miles from them.
Isnt it niceI was gonna say, I thought these things were actually supposed to be a descent wearing tire for what they are. I'm not worried about the noise, years of working with air tools is kinda taking its tole on my hearing anyways Makes it harder to hear the old lady when shes nagging me about my driving too
They actually get louder as they wear...They sound just like boggers. The first time I rode with Clackey I was surprised by how loud they are.
I was in his with about 29k miles on them.. LOUD haha WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAThey actually get louder as they wear...
Mine are just now starting to "Come Alive" at just about 3k miles.
Mine are excellent in the rain... and it rains here like a fawking rain forest.I imagine they aren't the greatest in the rain either? or the snow/ice for that matter. Can't be any worse than the MTR's I had on my old jeep though.