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Trxus Mud Terrains

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by stockk5, Feb 9, 2006.

  1. stockk5

    stockk5 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    Hey everyone, i plan on getting some tires in the future, i am getting some 38-40" tires. I DD my truck about 10,000miles a year. The Trxus Mud Terrains are looking pretty good. How are they for wear factor on the road, also where is the best place to buy some? any complaints?
     
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    Didnt someone ask this last week?? Or 2 weeks ago?? :dunno:
     
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    My friend has them on his ford, just a 33 though. I'm not sure about milage. You might want to check out ground hawgs, they last a while and are avaliable in 40's. I have purchased a set of tires from 4wpw, when they had free shipping.
     
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    I was just looking at a couple of threads about these tires and the consensus was they suck...or at least that is what I heard. Now, to balance that out, I actually have a set of 35's on my rig right now and they seem to do OK so far. If I could figure out what the hell everybody is talking about when they say TSL's (boggers, SX, Thornbird???) I might get so eof those when I go the 38-39" territory, or even 39.5 Iroks if I can fit them withou having to move the front axle.

    My point is that the Truxs worked well int eh dirt last week and are pretty quiet and smooth on the road. IMO.
     
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    They arent very good off road, but they are nice on road. I think the only reason they did ok offroad for me was because of the shear size (mine are 44x21) and because the stuff I went through wasnt very nasty. At the time though I was in 2wd and open in the rear. I think the size is the biggest factor though.
     
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    Great all round tire. Great in snow and ice too. I'm happy so far.
     
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    Size eh? :D
     

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