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fishfighter
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In the market for new mud tires

Looking for some 33x10.5x15, something like remington's mud brute's. I have 31's on now and the back two are getting on the bad side.

Who has the best deal around the BR area or off the net?


Crawdaddy
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re: In the market for new mud tires
My BFG KM2 seem to do really well so far

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Yewkindewit
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re: In the market for new mud tires
I have Traxxis BUckshot on my Tacoma 4x4


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fishfighter
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re: In the market for new mud tires
I really don't need to spend an arm and a leg for tires. I don't used my XJ that much. Maybe put 3-4k a year on it.


Crawdaddy
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I really don't need to spend an arm and a leg for tires.


Yeh I thought about having a third child to sell for my tires. Aint cheep


fishfighter
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Yeh I thought about having a third child to sell for my tires. Aint cheep



Might have to put the wife on the street cornner. I will be needing to buy a set for my truck soon too!

On secound though, it would be cheaper to keep the wife inside.


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Hammertime
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re: In the market for new mud tires
We need a MT/AT sticky extremely badly


fishfighter
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re: In the market for new mud tires
We do. I did a search that didn't help much.


Clyde Tipton
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re: In the market for new mud tires
Dunlop Mud Rovers for the best bang for your buck.

Check tirerack.com


Hammertime
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apples
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re: In the market for new mud tires
Did not see a link in that top thread

Buckshots are probably gonna be your cheapest option. On a 1/2 ton truck, expect to get 35k miles until they are completely bald


DownshiftAndFloorIt
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re: In the market for new mud tires
Buckshot, master craft MT, mud brute, etc

All should cost about the same and all perform about the same.


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fishfighter
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re: In the market for new mud tires
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On a 1/2 ton truck, expect to get 35k miles until they are completely bald


Putting them on my XJ. I guess I should be able to fit the 33's. The 31's have a lot of room. I have a 3.5" lift kit under it.


fishfighter
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Dunlop Mud Rovers for the best bang for your buck. Check tirerack.com


Over $900 shipped.


Clyde Tipton
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re: In the market for new mud tires
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XJ. I guess I should be able to fit the 33's. The 31's have a lot of room. I have a 3.5" lift kit under it.


You should be good. Depending on your rim it my rub on the inside front when you turn. Stocks rims will rub, but any aftermarket with a little bit of "dish" in it won't rub at all.

I had a 2000 TJ with the same lift and went from 31's to 33's. The above was my experience...

Look into those mud rover's. I had them, buckshots, and mud brutes on it. The Dunlops pulled the best, and I ended up getting them one more time before I sold it.


Clyde Tipton
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Over $900 shipped.


shite.

They're all expensive now days though.


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fishfighter
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re: In the market for new mud tires
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Depending on your rim it my rub on the inside front when you turn. Stocks rims will rub,


Yep, had to do some adjusting on the stops that took care of that.


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Hammertime
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re: In the market for new mud tires
No idea. Jeeps to me are like Glocks are to KR and bapple


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lsaltee
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re: In the market for new mud tires
look for mud kings. they are made by bfg as their generic brand. i sold them for years and had several sets on my trucks and jeeps over the years. great tires and relatively cheap compared to other mud tires.

Image: http://www.mudkingtiresforsale.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Mud-King-Tires1.jpg


Image: http://www.offroaders.com/tech/AT-MT-Tires/images/BFGoodrich-Mud-King-XT.jpg


hardhead
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re: In the market for new mud tires
federal couragias


Langston
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re: In the market for new mud tires
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federal couragias


+2
I just went to these. The deciding factor between these and the other lower priced tire I was looking at was the couragias had more space between tread to cut down on rock slinging.


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