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View Poll Results: Which tires?
Toyo MT 8 20.00%
Federal Couragia MT 1 2.50%
Cooper STT 9 22.50%
Nitto Trail Grappler 10 25.00%
Just pay extra money for KM2 or other tire 12 30.00%
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Old 04-09-2014, 12:33 PM   #1
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Help me decide between tires

Hey guys, will hopefully be throwing 35s on this summer, and I can't make a tire decision to save my life even after tons of reading and research. Was hoping people could chime in and help me out here. I'd like to try and spend just over $1000, but hopefully not $1450 for the set like the km2 would cost.

I live in NC so I don't do any rock crawling, mainly some trails and hitting deep mud.

The choices:

Toyo MT: $1350 for set (if they're worth the money)


Federal Couragia MT: $900 for set


Cooper STT: $1000 for set



Option 4: Trail Grappler: $1200 for set


Option 5: Shell out the extra for KM2 or something else (please specify)
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Old 04-09-2014, 12:46 PM   #2
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Treadwright Guard dogs MT Look just like the Toyos. Roughly $152/ea
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Old 04-09-2014, 12:48 PM   #3
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x2 treadwrights I love mine
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Old 04-09-2014, 08:00 PM   #4
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I'll look into those tires guys, thanks.

Everyone who is voting on the Cooper STTs...curious as to why them over the other tires?
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lots of people i know run the STT's and love them. I run the St's and have been very happy. ToyoMT's are ghey bro tires... treadwrights are legit if you get over the recap part of it haha.
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I know a set of bfg km2's are a little on the high dollar side but I put almost 60k miles on them on an old Cherokee and that stump jumper could get it and get it good. best set of tires I ever owned.
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Old 04-09-2014, 08:04 PM   #7
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Check out Atturo Trail Blade MT. We started selling them at the shop I manage and they are pretty sweet tires. And the price is right!!
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The STT has ways been my favorite tire! I'd run it if I needed it!
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Check out treadwrights (as others have recommended) and also check out the hankook dynapro MT.
The guard dogs (treadwright) or hankook MT's will be my next tires.
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I looked up the atturo mud terrain and it looks very similar to the toyo mt. Almost like a knock off version?
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I looked up the atturo mud terrain and it looks very similar to the toyo mt. Almost like a knock off version?
It's pretty damn close and half the price too! They say that they were designed around a knife.
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I've heard many great things about the wrangler mtr w/ Kevlar. Might be my next set
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I've heard many great things about the wrangler mtr w/ Kevlar. Might be my next set
I like the mtr w/ kevlar as well...however those things are $$$$$ especially for 35s
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I do love the look of the trail grapplers, thats for sure
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I am having the same problem, can't decide on a tire I had the couragia for my last set and really liked them but wanted to get something different this time. I got my set for $700 off of a guy in pa he also has a set up at the Rodger Ohio flea market my vote is for the nitto trail grapplers, tho the mud grapplers are my favorite they don't make them in the right size.
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