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Old 05-21-2012, 12:20 PM   #1
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Show me your tire wear!

So Ive been drooling over all sorts of pretty new tire pictures on this site trying to decide on my next set but the reality is, shiny, and new doesn't say much about how they will look in a few years.

Lets see how your treads are fairing after some use: Freeway, off road, how many miles, opinions?

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Old 05-21-2012, 01:58 PM   #2
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GrandTrek AT20. These are the 300 tread wear, not the factory 500, which in my opinion makes a huge difference. While I would never buy them again, I have not experienced any of the negatives that people have reported with the factory Dunflops.

This is approximately 25,000 miles of highway and some fairly intense off-roading (note the missing tread pieces).



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Wow! So everyone has brand new tires on this site huh?
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Wow! So everyone had brand new tires on this site huh?
yup.

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