Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Pow06er, Jun 5, 2005.
how do mtrs do in the snow rain ice without being siped?
on my Ram, i went from 36x14.5 TSL Radials to 37" MTR's and it was like night and day difference.
i would actually get traction in the snow as opposed to just sliding to stops and such.
so vs claws , ssrs and bfg mts
are they better?
My previous 33's were BFG M/T's and unless I was in 4wheel I was just throwing snow around and going nowhere. My buddies Rubicon has the stock MTR's still and last winter it was a dream to Drive to a from work in. After that I was a firm believer in the greatness of the MTR. Now if only I could afford a set of them in 35's for my new running gear.
My MT/R's do a thousand times better in the snow than my BFG MT's ever did. I was shocked at the substantial increase in traction even when there was just a dusting of snow.
I rarely have to use 4wd in the white stuff even with an open rear diff.
IIRR they have sipping from the factory, were as most mud tires do not have
umm nope , thats pro comp mt's
i think ive decided on the toyo mts
never had any, but from all that I have read, the MTR is good in pretty much all terrain save deep mud.
Thats exactly true. But they do really really well on rocks. I have the 37" flavor, and in the rocks, they do
They are great in rain, too.
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