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Federal Couragia M/T LT35/12.50R-18

  • Part Number: 46QD8AFA
  • Service Description: 123 Q
  • Sidewall: BW
  • Load Range: E (10 Ply)
  • Type: Light Truck Mud
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Overview

Federal Couragia M/T LT35/12.50R-18

The Couragia M/T from Federal is an off-road tire built for rugged performance, solid traction and stylish looks. Featuring an aggressive block and shoulder lug design, this tire delivers excellent traction on the toughest terrains, with strong upper shoulder protection blocks engineered to handle rock, mud, and gravel. A specially designed incremental block edge improves performance on sand and dirt while a unique radius of sub-grooves enhances off-road performance. The tire is made from advanced tread compounding that resists cuts, chips and tears for a long and even wear life.

Features & Benefits

  • Large aggressive shoulder lugs
  • Sloped Radius Gradient block design
  • Cut and tear resistant

Tire Specifications

Couragia M/T LT35/12.50R-18

Size UTQG Max. Load Inflation Pressure Tread Depth Rim Width Range Sect. Width Tread Width Overall Diam
LT35/12.50R-18 N/A 3,415 lbs 65 psi 21/32nds 11" 12" N/A 35"

Purchase includes the Federal Couragia M/T tire only. The wheel rim shown in the picture is not included. Picture provided is a stock picture from the manufacturer and may or may not reflect the actual product being ordered.

All Federal Couragia M/T tires are continuously developing with manufactured improvements. With that said, Simple Tire and the manufacturers have the right to change these tire specifications at any time without notice or obligation.

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Please Note: Specifications of the Federal Couragia M/T tires shown above are listed to be as accurate as possible based on the information provided to us by Federal tires.

Available Sizes & Prices

Couragia M/T LT35/12.50R-18

Size Serv. Desc. UTQG Sidewall Part Number Price Qty
30/9.50R15 104Q OWL 46KA53FA $643.68 set of 4 $160.92 View Details
LT30/9.50R15 104Q OWL 46KD5A $695.68 set of 4 $173.92 View Details
LT30/9.50R15 104Q OWL 46KA53FE $795.96 set of 4 $198.99 View Details
LT31/10.50R15 109R OWL 46MB5A View Details
LT31/10.50R15 109Q OWL 46MB53FE $595.88 set of 4 $148.97 View Details
LT31/10.50R15 OWL 46MD5A $827.68 set of 4 $206.92 View Details
LT33/12.50R15 108Q OWL 46QD53 View Details
33/12.50R15 108Q OWL 46QC53FA $1155.96 set of 4 $288.99 View Details
LT33/12.50R20 114Q BW 46QC0A View Details
LT33/12.50R20 114Q BW 46QC0AFA $1183.68 set of 4 $295.92 View Details
LT33/12.50R20 114Q 420AA BW 46QC0AFE $1159.72 set of 4 $289.93 View Details
LT35/12.50R18 123Q OWL 46QD8A $1511.68 set of 4 $377.92 View Details
LT35/12.50R17 125Q OWL 46QD73FA $1327.96 set of 4 $331.99 View Details
LT35/12.50R20 121Q BW 46QD0AFA $1463.96 set of 4 $365.99 View Details
LT35/12.50R15 113Q BW 46QD5AFE $1307.72 set of 4 $326.93 View Details
LT35/12.50R20 121Q BW 46QD0AFE $831.88 set of 4 $207.97 View Details
LT37/12.50R18 128Q BW 46QE8BFA $1055.88 set of 4 $263.97 View Details
LT37/12.50R17 129Q BW 46QE7BFA $1155.88 set of 4 $288.97 View Details
LT37/12.50R20 126Q BW 6QE0BFA $1455.68 set of 4 $363.92 View Details
LT37/12.50R20 126Q BW 46QE0BFA $1667.96 set of 4 $416.99 View Details
LT40/15.50R20 130Q BW 462G0AFA $2083.96 set of 4 $520.99 View Details
40/15.50R20 127Q BW 462GBAFA $1851.68 set of 4 $462.92 View Details
LT40/15.50R22 127Q BW 462GBAFA $1675.96 set of 4 $418.99 View Details
LT40/15.50R24 128Q BW 462GDAFA $1503.88 set of 4 $375.97 View Details
LT225/75R16 115/112Q OWL 46BE63FE $499.88 set of 4 $124.97 View Details
LT235/75R15 104Q OWL 46CE53 View Details
LT235/75R15 104Q OWL 46CE53FA $687.96 set of 4 $171.99 View Details
LT235/75R15 104/101Q OWL 46CE53FE $559.68 set of 4 $139.92 View Details
LT235/85R16 120Q OWL 46CC6AFA $771.96 set of 4 $192.99 View Details
LT235/85R16 120/116Q OWL 46CC6AFE $563.88 set of 4 $140.97 View Details
LT245/75R16 120/116Q OWL 46DE63FE $535.88 set of 4 $133.97 View Details
LT265/70R17 121Q OWL 46FF73 View Details
LT265/70R17 121Q OWL 46FF73FA $759.96 set of 4 $189.99 View Details
LT265/70R17 121/118Q OWL 46FF73FE $975.96 set of 4 $243.99 View Details
LT265/75R16 119Q OWL 46FE63 $579.88 set of 4 $144.97 View Details
LT265/75R16 123/120Q OWL 46FE64FA $699.88 set of 4 $174.97 View Details
LT265/75R16 119Q OWL 46FE63FA $975.68 set of 4 $243.92 View Details
LT265/75R16 119/116Q OWL 46FE63FE $579.88 set of 4 $144.97 View Details
LT275/65R18 123/120Q OWL 46GG84FA $1191.96 set of 4 $297.99 View Details
LT275/65R18 119/116Q BW 46GG83FE $751.88 set of 4 $187.97 View Details
LT275/65R18 123/120Q BW 46GG83FD $891.68 set of 4 $222.92 View Details
LT285/70R17 121/118Q OWL 46HF74FA $1187.68 set of 4 $296.92 View Details
LT285/70R17 127Q OWL 46HF73FA $855.96 set of 4 $213.99 View Details
LT285/70R17 121/118Q OWL 46HF73FE $875.96 set of 4 $218.99 View Details
LT285/75R16 126/123Q OWL 46HE64FA $679.88 set of 4 $169.97 View Details
LT285/75R16 122/119Q OWL 46HE63FA $755.96 set of 4 $188.99 View Details
LT315/75R16 127/124Q OWL 46KE63FA $783.88 set of 4 $195.97 View Details

Treadlife Warranty

Couragia M/T LT35/12.50R-18

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Ratings & Reviews

Federal Couragia M/T

5.00
06/18/2019
Terran
Absolutely best tires I ever bought. Their is no noise what so ever took them out rock climbing and they still look new. Highly recommend these tires.
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4.50
06/03/2019
Anonymous
I bought a set for my jeep wrangler. Theyre a 6 ply tire fantastic in mud. No noise to speak off. Handle well on wet or dry pavement. Loved them so I bought a set for my dodge. Got over 30000 on each set cant even te. They're wearing great. I always use this tire on my jeeps and trucks
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5.00
05/26/2019
Nicholas
Alrighty, so before I begin, I'm just gonna get the what should be obvious out of the way. These tires are meant for GRIP. Therefore, I am not even going to rate the dry, ride, or noise categories as it couldn't even get a star there in my opinion. However, I do drive a lot of highway and city in very bad weather conditions, so I wanted something that would dominate the roads in snowy conditions. Now, for those who are looking for an off road mud tire that is cheap, you've found the best one at it's price. I am a Mazda certified mechanic who put these on an older Tribute. So as for the technical part, these tires have a 3 ply sidewall with the rest being body plies, crown plies, and tread plies. The crown of these tires is absolutely incredible as is the sidewall, I weigh a good 230lbs and I can sit on these and they barely flex with no rim mounted. They are VERY good tires in that aspect. The rubber (tread) and sidewall design is like that of an older military style tire. The lugs are staggered on the edges and in the center we also have more staggered lugs. They also have some micro-grooves (small sipes) on these lugs to help with hydroplaning, however because most of the weight that's being applied is going to be on such a small surface area, the risk of hydroplaning is relatively close to zero in my opinion. These tires are semi-hard in terms of how firm the material they are made of is. This is good because if you are off-road, you can get by just fine with rocks, mud, snow, sleet, etc. They are hard enough to cut through snow and bite in well, but soft enough to eject rocks and packed dirt easily. This is a huge plus for those looking to use these off-road. However, I know these are going to be a problem on ice. The tread, being so large is definitely going to get warm on the tips of the lugs, even in icy weather. This means on ice, they can get slippery on iced-over roads, which you shouldn't be driving on anyways. Good news is I think these should be easy to stud with a hot-iron and stud gun, as the outer lugs are 22/32 deep, and the inner lugs are 19/32 deep. Now, as for how long they'll last I cannot say as I just got these tires. However, lets say they don't last too long and you loose 3/32 every 5000 miles. This means that they will be done in around 25,000 miles. However, as a cheap set of mud tires that's absolutely fine considering they are cheap and made very well overall, if that plus the ride is the worst part, of these tires, you're doing well for tires that come to your door for 450$. Now, as for comfort and balancing, to comfort, all I have to say is LOL. As for balancing, VERY impressive. The truck these are currently on weighs around 3500lbs. This means 2 tires could hold more than the entire weight of this car. What does this mean? By placing these tires on this car, it's going to sit incredibly higher just due to the fact that they barely flex at all. It also means that the ride is so bad. These tires should be on a truck that can really squish them, or else the ride is just going to be crap. In reverse, under 10mph, they vibrate like all hell. If you get up to speed, for the most part it goes away except for the incredible tread growl. Now, as for balacing, these guys took almost no weight for a tire of this class. Balace is as follows: L/F: .50/1.00 R/F: 1.50/1.75 L/R: 3.00/1.75 R/R: 2.0/.75 So the most weight on one tire is less than 5oz to balance, and these tires are super aggressive with massive lugs. Now, I know a lot of people are gonna say I got lucky, and that they have had horrendous problems with cheap tires and keeping them balanced. Well, let me explain a little into why this happens and how you can prevent it. Cheap tires usually use steel belts that aren't as well spread as other tires, plus the tread and crowns usually aren't adhered that well to each other. This means that the steel belts will inevitably flex and throw the balance out. I have always used cheap tires, always re-balance after first 500-1000 miles, then again at 5000, and then every time you get an alignment (which is every 6 months roughly). You'll never have a balancing problem unless your alignment has chopped the edge of the tire and now it basically can't be balanced. Overall thoughts: Great tires for the money. Going to buy again, guaranteed. You cannot complain for the money and the quality you get.
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