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Kanati Mud Hog. M/T Tires

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Anybody ever have these on their rig?
Look good.. a lot like the mtr's

but they are chinese.. from what i can find they are Greenball Tires or a brand they supply
want to see though if somebody has actually used them.

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Here is a picture of the tire... Looking to get a MT or an aggressive AT in 235/85/16

 

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I recommend you stay away from Chinese made tires. I've mounted them on cars and a lot of them feel pretty flimsy.
 

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They look good.
cant you get Gt radials near you?
a couple members here run them and i do too. so far they are performing great.
at least until now ive never seen a reviw or something saying they might be dangerous
 

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I've got a set of the Enduro A/T's and I love them, especially for the price. They're GT Radial's more aggressive A/T, looks more of a mud tire when actually mounted. Biggest complaint I have is they are really, really loud.
 

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those mudhogs look just about the same as Duratracs.
 

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Neither of those tires look anything like the duratracs...

I would also stay away from those tires. Working for tire shops the last 5 years your really get what you paid for. Chances are they cut cost somewhere to make those tires cheaper.
 

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Thing is they are not so cheap either.. I have found them HERE for $186 per tire free shipping
 

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I looked on TireRack.
BFG
Kumho
Duratrac

Personally, I stay away from any tires not made in USA or Canada. Only way I'd use Chinese tires is a offroad only vehicle or only tire available in that size.
 

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Shop around, I got a new set of BFG MT's for $125/tire + $10/tire freight from an overstock place. 32 inchers on a 17" rim... I grabbed them and ran.
 

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I stiil think they look like duratracs, but the muddogs have bigger spacing between the treads. and I didn't say IDENTICAL, i said they looked alike, or SIMILAR
 

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I looked on TireRack.
BFG
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Duratrac

Personally, I stay away from any tires not made in USA or Canada. Only way I'd use Chinese tires is a offroad only vehicle or only tire available in that size.
You do know that Good Year makes tires in Chile too right?
 

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Kinda sorta not really like the Duratracs.

When I first saw them I thought of the Kumho Mud Ventures, but they are quite a bit different too.



 
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those look like the old goodyear MTRs. I'll bet when goodyear came out with the new style MTRs w/kevlar the sold the molds to the "B rate" tire companies. Working for a tire place i agree with you get what you pay for. I probably wouldn't rely on a cheap tire for something that sees lots of street driving.
 

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Are we just throwing tire brands/models out at random?
 

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