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i just bought these tires online on monday and recieved them on thursday. the tread is agressive, almost identical to goodyear mtrs. these are lt31x10.5r15 retreads on bfg at cases. these tires grip so well i cant spin em on dry pavement. offroad i forgot to put it in 4 wheel and went through a water hole no problem. and in 4 wheel these tires are insane. im gonna be a customer for life. i got em for $85 a piece. paid $430 for 4 including shipping. i feel they are worth every penny.
 


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i will try to get pics on here sometime this week. i need to use a computer to post pics. i have been using my samsung blackjack 2. its more like a little computer than a phone, has a full keyboard. as for the warranty, you can check it out their website at www.treadwright.com! you can even check out their tires too. but im still gonna get pics of mine on here. sorry bout that i have been meaning to get pics on here, just havent gotten around to it.
 

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i've been running a set of their AT's for 2 years...LOVE 'EM!!! minimal tread wear, still looking like new! i'm running 215/85x16, about 31 in. dia. and i got the ones with the "green diamond" traction enhancers for all the ice and snow here in northern MN. the casings are 10 ply Michelin and i'm running about 25# psi in them for the highway taking them down to about 8 psi for the trails. right now they are on my Geo Tracker street/trail rig, but will go on my '83 Ranger reg cab 4x4 as soon as i get the 4.56 gears in. :yahoo:
 

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I've had a set of their 33" mud terrains for about 2 years now, awesome!
 

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i think i may need to buy some
 

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I had a set as well. Great tire.
 

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Wow, do they really look...... well "RIGHT"? they mentioned not always matchign the casings.
I'm kind of scared of recaps, but those are some sweet tires they have on there, and the price is unbeatable.

Frank
 

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well so far no problems. i got matching casings, i was gonna request goodyear mtr cases so the tread would match the tire but i forgot. they ride as smooth as any tire ive ever used. sorry i dont have any pics of mine on here. i havent had access to a computer.
 

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what are the OTR's tread based on ?
 

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no ones had the tread come apart in 2-3 years of use? that is impressive. are you guys running them on the steering axles or just drive?
 

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I just bought a set of the OTRs. They look pretty good I think. I'll post some pics when I get a chance. They look similar to the old BFG muds.
 

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Wow, do they really look...... well "RIGHT"? they mentioned not always matchign the casings.
I'm kind of scared of recaps, but those are some sweet tires they have on there, and the price is unbeatable.

Frank
i think they specify right on the website that you will get a matching set of casings just so they dont look goofy. what im more worried about though is that they say that after about 6 years of UV exposure, a tire is no longer 'safe' so if these casings are already used, whats saying they arent gonna dry rot and split in a year
 

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