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Maxxis bighorns

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by Stubbs95tacoma, Dec 29, 2011.

  1. Stubbs95tacoma

    Stubbs95tacoma [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Blake
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    Ive only seen 2 other tacos with them and I dont know why anyone would want anything different!!! By far the best mt tire for mud snow and rocks

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  2. SCSPerformance

    SCSPerformance Stealth Custom Series™

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    i have the buckshot MT and i agree, they're a great bang for the buck tires. for daily driving, i think they handle better than the toyo MT that's on my dad's tundra.
     
  3. bd129766

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    Brandon
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    i had a set of 30x9.5x15 Maxxis bighorns on a 87 YJ Jeep and they looked great. I liked them alot, they did really good off road when i went playing around in the Jeep. They were tough and held up good going down 2 miles of dirt road to my house. if i was in the market for some MT's then i wound go with these again.
     
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