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wheeling around denison and aurrounding areas

Discussion in 'Plains Region' started by motofool, May 3, 2004.

  1. motofool

    motofool 1/2 ton status

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    i hear its mostly thick red clay mud in all the places to wheel or very small rocks.

    lemme know what kinda terrain it is trying to decide between good year MTR tires and Swampers.
     
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    The AGR Wheelin Ranch is in Wichita Falls, I beleive....
     
  3. motofool

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    but what kinda terrain is it ?
     
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    yes it's slick clay type wheeling anywhere in a 250 mile radius. There are some rocks too, but mostly they're covered in goo. Check out pics of Clayton, Barnswell, AGR, ect. If you don't drive on the street much, definately go with the swampers. However, MTRs grip fairly well and make a good tradeoff tire. That's what I run and I've been pleased.

    Bryan
     
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    Btw, this is Bryan (Laketex) posting from Dan's computer.

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    nice i like the looks or AGR

    tell me more about your MTR's ina pm or on here
    what are you disapointed in with them?

    im thinking they would be the best all around tire for the terrain bfg muds are cheaper but softer sidewalls.
     
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    the only thing I dont like about them is they pack up quicker than a swamper, but in their defense, they do clean out good too. I get good mileage out of mine and for a DD, I'll likely stick with them.
     
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    North Texas mud is 3 parts clay and one part epoxy. /forums/images/graemlins/wink.gif Your truck will weigh 300-400 lbs more at the end of the day than it did in the morning. /forums/images/graemlins/eek.gif The best way to get it off is to just let it dry. When it dries it shrinks and most of it falls off under your truck. /forums/images/graemlins/cool.gif
     

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