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Firestone Mud grips

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by 674x4, Aug 6, 2001.

  1. 674x4

    674x4 Registered Member

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    Anybody ever ran a set of those Firstion All- terrain that kind of look like Ground Hawgs? If so how are they? Did they preform in the mud?

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  2. 674x4

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  3. Brian 89KBlazer

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    There's a couple of guys running them locally. I'll check with them & see what they have to say. They look decent but I'll let you know. PM me so I don't forget will you please.


    Brian
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  4. Adrock

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    i have a set of the 39.5 inch firestone all-terains. and these arent like any other allterain tire. they look more like big TSLs. kinda like a super-mud-terrain, but they are not DOT approved so i ussually only run them when i go offroad. they dont really fit real well in my fenders(6inch lift) and always rub when i flex. but they grip like crazy.loud as hell on the road. they are pretty decent, but like i said mine arent DOT approved. i dont know if they've changed that or not. but i like them.

    Adam
    a.k.a. Adrock
    88 Chevy Blazer FI 383
    "With great power there must also come great responsibility" -Spiderman
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