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interco truxs sts

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by patrickcampbell, Aug 22, 2003.

  1. patrickcampbell

    patrickcampbell Registered Member

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    Does anyone know how many miles i can expect out of them, and how do they perform? /forums/images/graemlins/confused.gif <font color="red"> </font>
     
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    MEPR 1/2 ton status

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    dont expect many miles from any interco tire. They are made for off road and have a vary soft compound so they wear vary fast. As far as the performance they are and A/T and will perform as such, but they do rule in sand.
     
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    The TrXus M/T are rated at 30,000
    I have heard people getting 30-35000 if rotated every 5K miles. I just installed the TrXus M/T. Very quiet tire /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
     
  4. patrickcampbell

    patrickcampbell Registered Member

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    lol, have u even run mud tires? right now i am running 39 swampers and i was only wondering what kind of mileage, and i do know what kind of tires interco makes! /forums/images/graemlins/smirk.gif
     
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    I have a set of 38.5x15.5x16.5 radials. They ride great on the highway like a cadillac. If you take them offroad they
    will probably get you stuck. I went over to nvrenuf's house
    the other day to winch a K5 blazer body &amp; frame onto a
    trailer and the tires would hardly get any traction on wet
    grass. The dually that was hauling the trailer was spinning
    its tires so I tried to pull him out of the yard, but tires
    just kept spinning. My sub has 5.13's w/detroits front &amp; rear and that would not help. I ended up having to winch the truck out. Next time I will have my 39.5 tsl's on to
    go offroad. Good luck on your choice of tires.
     

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