(Based on 16 Reviews)
Get ready for this review... These tires, unlike all other mudders, weren’t thrown on my “Jeep wrangler” and only see dirt roads 2 weekends out of the year. Oh no, these aggressive puppies have been put through the suck. I’m talking gumbo mud, sand, red dirt, shale, gravel, grass. If these were in a war, they would have ptsd. These puppies were drafted to ride on a f250 feed truck. I’m talking a 2,000 pound arm bed with a 1500lb cube feeder on this poor ford. We just aren’t any regular old ranch either, we run on river bottom. What does that even mean? This year alone, we’ve flooded 3 different times. Not just an inch. I’m talking 20 foot deep waters for a week at a time. How does this relate? Well, when the water recedes, what can you take down there? This feed truck with these tires. Wow! They clean out, they grab hold, they go through water that I almost made it in the news for being the idiot that his pickup washed away on. Red dirt slimy muddy roads, gravel with 1500lb bales on with a full feeder and yet we are still rolling with hella tread left. I been stuck only 2x, with these tires, and both were false advertising on mother nature’s part. It looked dry but once the crust was broken, I sank to the frame immediately. Neither time I had it in 4x4, so please don’t blame these poor tires. They are literally embracing the suck. I’ve had issues with other tires digging me down instead of pulling me out. Not these guys, they keep on trucking. Snow and ice? Been there, fed cows, wasn’t stuck. Heavy loaded with little asphalt time, these tires are holding up tremendously for the price. Trust the farmer and rancher reviews. We go through it so you don’t have to.
I’ve had these since January 2019, today is May 19, so far good reviews all around. I have a soft top Jeep, so the tire sound may be a little louder. I’ve found good traction in all types of uses so far. I live in the Northeast, we run the gambit, snow, rain, dry, mud. So far I am very pleased. As far as other Jeep drivers with front end shake, google or you tube, the “ Jeep Death Wobble” it’s probably not the tires, it’s other things you really should be aware of. Stay safe from the Norteast!
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I've had these tires now for 48,000 mile they've handled good off-road but on the street they shake so bad that you feel like your sitting in an extreme massage chair, they pull to the left, I've had them rotated every 5,000 miles, balanced and realigned more times than I care to say, not a good tire for highway use.
i have had this tire for about 2k miles now and honestly they are still going good. the good parts, ride good, great on road traction and handling. they even have done good in snow. on the other hand, wet traction does suffer some, these tires are wearing rather fast for me. that may be from the fact that my truck is a 3/4 ton diesel truck. the bed is usually empty and running these tire at 65-70 psi. the center ribs are wearing fast on the back from all that. fuel economy has went down slightly when driving in the more urban areas but on the highway its ok. highway driving isn't too bad but does again have your typical mud tire shake around 65MPH. over all if you want a mud tire that handles good on the road and can rip through some mud, i do personally recommend these tires. keep in mind these may be a pain to balance. MY truck is a 2016 F250 crew cab standard bed diesel so your results may vary.
I bought these to put on a jeep wrangler with a 4" lift and they would not work. I had the tires balanced and front alignment done 3 separate times (different ways) and by different places. The jeep would shake so much once you got to 70mph you felt like you were in a message chair. There is also a. strong pull to the left that no business could figure out why except they are cheap aggressive tires. They look good though. I will be returning these
These tires are more or less an all terrain. They give good traction in dry conditions but when the soil turns damp they perform no better than an all terrain tire. The tread will not self clean even in damp dirt and if you encounter even light mud you're in trouble as the tread just turn into racing slicks even under full throttle. I am very disappointed and will not buy another set because they do not perform as they are advertised.
Great tires for the price, the tires have exceeded my expectations. I recommend them to anyone looking for a good all around on road/ off road tireBy submitting a review, each person received a sweepstakes entry.
These are a really good tire for the money! They do really good in the mud and if u keep them rotated they last on the road. simple tire had them cheaper than any we’re else .....will buy from them again !!! Super Fast shipping !!!!!By submitting a review, each person received a sweepstakes entry.
I had this tire previously on a 1/2 ton truck with great results but now i have them on my 3/4 diesel and they are great. Traction is good but i will note that possibly because of the weight of my truck and the fact that this tire has good traction, it sometimes will follow the small contours of the road and will give that pulling feel. Road noise is not bad at all, to me it sounds like an AT tire. Only had about 5k on the first set with almost no wear and this new set i only have about 500 miles on. does have your normal mud tire shake but it isnt terrible at all. i had one tire that took 10 tire weights to balance so keep that in mind.By submitting a review, each person received a sweepstakes entry.
Sound good if you like the noise, ride well, slight vibrations at higher speeds but that may just be from the age of my truck.
Unreal for the price. I live in Ohio so I've had the luxury of experiencing heavy rain with standing water, snow, and ice. I've had NO issues in any of these elements. Even cut across a very wet, very soft bean stubble field and, with a little heavy throttle, they got my powerstroke across it. They sit flat and ride like an a/t tire, but clean out like an m/t. Those concerned with the noise - maybe consider an a/t because you're not going to find a quiet m/t tire anywhere. Those concerned about treadlife - drop 2x the $ on a set of swamper radials, and try squeezing 30k miles out of them, with twice the noise. I'll gladly buy a set every 25k.
Love the tires....they have bite and that is what I wanted.
Little noisy, but I don’t mind. I live where we have a true 4 seasons and right now we have snow, the tires handle great so far! I’m happy with the purchase!
No road noise