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M/T tire life

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by 08pretaco, Aug 2, 2010.

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How long your M/T last and how do you use them?

Poll closed Sep 1, 2010.
  1. < 10000 miles

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  2. < 20000 miles

    1 vote(s)
    11.1%
  3. < 30000 miles

    1 vote(s)
    11.1%
  4. < 25% Street driving

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  5. < 50% Street driving

    1 vote(s)
    11.1%
  6. < 75% Street driving

    2 vote(s)
    22.2%
  7. < 99% Street driving

    4 vote(s)
    44.4%
  1. 08pretaco

    08pretaco [OP] Almost there

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    Sorry if this is a repost, I took a look and maybe I just did not type the right thing into the search.It is a poll and I was doing some google searches and ready on the lifespan of mud terrain tires.

    If you could please post what tire your running after you do the poll that would be great.

    My current tires have about 28k miles on them. They are Dunlop Mud Rovers and I have had the "shake" for a while. I recently bought the longer lug nuts since my wheels are not the factory centricity. They said it should help but they dont. So I just wanted to get an idea of how long peoples mud terrains are lasting and which ones "last" the longest.

    Thanks!
     
  2. 08pretaco

    08pretaco [OP] Almost there

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    Whoever polled thanks....but how many miles do you have so far if they arent shot already?
     
  3. Firefighter160

    Firefighter160 Well-Known Member

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    Ive had a bunch of different brands of mud tires including: maxxis buckshots, maxxis bighorns, pro comp m/t, ss bogger, mud king and ss thornbirds. Of course the boggers and thornbirds wore out extremely fast but the boggers pulled great. The pro comp m/t's had 46k on em when I took em off, they were pretty wore out but not slicks. IMO the buckshots lasted the longest and I drive 75% on the road. Now granted thats all been on a lighter first gen.
     
  4. AriZonaD54

    AriZonaD54 BANNED in 49 states...

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    I'm thinking I'll get around 40k on my Trail Grapplers
     
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    Yoytoda The Little Truck That Could

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    on my lt avalanche i got 50k out of a set of goodyear wrangler MTRs before they changes them. they were 315/75/16s 75% on the road
     
  6. RCBS

    RCBS Mr Thundermaker is about to start barking fire!

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    BFG mud terrain KMs...the older version i got well over 45K out of three different sets...i think one set broke 50K, IIRC. all on midsize trucks driven 90% on the road. rotation/inflation is the key. i used to rotate every 3K, now its every 5K (oil changes) i still have a set that has around 20k on them and they are about 50%. i'm hoping the Duratracs i bought will get at least 40K, but my experience with goodyears in the past tells me more like 30-35K. they are my new winter tires...anxious to see how they do in the snow.
     
  7. RCBS

    RCBS Mr Thundermaker is about to start barking fire!

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    Do I smell deep discounts on goodyears for Larry? lol
     
  8. MadeInMaine

    MadeInMaine MadeInMaine

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    I just bought a pair and going to install next week, so I will be interested in the results of this poll....
     
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