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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by MUD JUNKIE, Sep 28, 2002.

  1. MUD JUNKIE

    MUD JUNKIE 1/2 ton status

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    this site is allbout show trucks,and they must get mickey t's in the gross amount for cheap,but anyway check out the h2 on the front page. www.bncoffroad.com
     
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    blk87K5 1/2 ton status

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    they must get mickey t's in the gross amount for cheap

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    Funny thing is, they are almost the crappiest tires for off road use. Only on a show rig...
     
  3. MUD JUNKIE

    MUD JUNKIE 1/2 ton status

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    I wonder if they're good in the sand??
    other than that they look like they suck!
     
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    fright89 1/2 ton status

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    the whoops pages on this site are very funny. WTF were some of thease people thinking.
     
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    blk87K5 1/2 ton status

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    Probably not. Don't know that for a fact though. Haven't played in sand too much. Looks like they would suck in everything though. How many real rigs have you ever seen wearing baja belteds? I ran some claws for a while and loved them, but the 35's got too small.
     
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    mudhog THEGAME Staff Member Super Moderator

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    actually almost any tire works ok in the sand if aired down just some work better lol
     
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    k5ntexas 1/2 ton status

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    i heard their a great sand tires because their so wide and they don't dig. they just float. i don't like em. wayyyyyyyyy to expensive for the crap they DON'T do. later.

    jacob
     
  8. MUD JUNKIE

    MUD JUNKIE 1/2 ton status

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    yeah the whoop section is great!!lol I love the white ford thats half under water lol!!!! those tires are like the kevlar tires way to expensive.and i never seen a real truck with mt's on it,maybe they dont like the ride of a real tire /forums/images/icons/grin.gif
     
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    Mark my words, I bet there will be one with SFA at SEMA this year.
     
  10. muddysub

    muddysub 1 ton suburban status Staff Member Moderator GMOTM Winner

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    Mark my words, I bet there will be one with SFA at SEMA this year.

    [/ QUOTE ] and i'll be here to see it in person /forums/images/icons/grin.gif
     
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    Hopefully i will be there too, my dad has a business trip there at the same time as SEMA so i just may be there to see it too. Ill make sure and bring my camera too
     
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    tRustyK5 Big meanie Staff Member Super Moderator GMOTM Winner Author

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    Nice angle on the track bar...
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    Rene
     
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    Ok that thing is GAY!

    Now on the the M/T tires. I had a set that I put on my '83 toyota. I thought they were nice tires for the money (I got my set with 3/4 tread for $100. 31's.). They kicked ass in the sand up at canadian river in amarillo. Did well in the dirt too. They packed up quite a bit in the mud, but I dont mud much so that was no contendo. For the terrain up there in sand, loose rocky hillclimbs, and dirt, they were great. Would I pay full price for a set? Hell no. Would I buy a set for a couple hundred bucks to fit my K5? Hell yeah. They held their own in my book. And that's coming from a guy that's had a lot of tires to his credit...Here's my shakedown:

    TSL/SX: Best offroad tires ever. A bit stiff for a 3000# toyota
    TSL: Nice balance between price and performance in the Interco line
    TSL/R: Quieter than TSL. Wears same as SX. Doesn't perform as well as either.
    Thornchicken: POS tire. Dont waste your money. Sucks on and off road
    Mickey BB: Overpriced, but good all around. Won't throw mud. Will spray a rooster of sand.
    BFG A/T: Astroturf tires, might as well run Aquatreds.
    Maxxis Bravo: Good compromise on my 2wd ford. A bit milder tread than their older brother, Buckshot Mudder.
    Desert Dueler A/T: Same as slicks in all conditions.
     

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