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Posted: 10/25/2004 2:28:50 PM EST
Winter is fast approaching, what mud tire are you guys using.

I am looking for some cheap ass mud tires for my little toyta tacoma.

Thanks
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 2:30:19 PM EST
Mud tires? I drive on paved roads and it doesn't snow here. No need for mud tires on my Tacoma.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 2:32:01 PM EST
Look at the Trxus MT tire by Intercore. I hear they are excellent, and not that spendy either.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 2:33:56 PM EST
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 3:06:51 PM EST
BFG Mud Terrains.
33x12.50's on my Jeep. My favorite tire, and they wear very well
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 3:08:23 PM EST
I just bught Bridgestone M/T's. Great tires, very little road noise too.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 3:10:08 PM EST
I have Parnelli Jones Dirt Grips on my Dodge Ram.

37x12.50r16.5.

Link Posted: 10/25/2004 3:10:51 PM EST
I run Goodyear Wrngler MTR's. They are NOT really mud tires.... since true mud tires must not load and be self clearing.... but they work. Most of my jeeping buddies run BFG MT's cause they last a while and they are cheap.... but they (like any dedicated mud tire) are noisy on road and dont last as long as an AT.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 3:13:00 PM EST
never had a problem with the factory gran trek's on my tundra,
in snow, or mud
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 3:13:03 PM EST

Originally Posted By Snorkel_Bob:
BFG Mud Terrains.
33x12.50's on my Jeep. My favorite tire, and they wear very well



+1
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 3:15:50 PM EST

Originally Posted By FALARAK:
I run Goodyear Wrngler MTR's. They are NOT really mud tires.... since true mud tires must not load and be self clearing.... but they work. Most of my jeeping buddies run BFG MT's cause they last a while and they are cheap.... but they (like any dedicated mud tire) are noisy on road and dont last as long as an AT.



Good tires. Pretty decent on the street too. Loud, but they don't flex too band and they are pretty grippy. Not very expensive as mud tires go. Not good for thick mud or mud bogging though, they pack up tight. They also last a hella long time, for that kind of tire.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 3:21:45 PM EST
31x9.5 Interco Super Swamper TSL's.


My jeep only has a baby lift.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 3:25:10 PM EST
33x12.5x15 Interco Thornbirds on my '88 Wrangler.

Great road manners with a nice hum on the highway. Great tires for mud ruts.

I'd like to try out the Swamper SSR's, but they are pricey.

HS1
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 3:27:55 PM EST
[Last Edit: 10/25/2004 3:28:22 PM EST by Synister1]

Originally Posted By HighStrung1:
33x12.5x15 Interco Thornbirds on my '88 Wrangler.

Great road manners with a nice hum on the highway. Great tires for mud ruts.

I'd like to try out the Swamper SSR's, but they are pricey.

HS1



Yeah but they'll get ya thru pond sized mud holes.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 3:28:16 PM EST
I have BFG 35x12.50 muds on my truck. They work good and last a long time.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 3:30:33 PM EST
Interco's on everything

Trxus STS's on 98 Jeep Cherokee Sport 29X10.5

Trxus MT's on 01 Dodge Ram 1500 33X12.5

Super Swamper SSR's on 84 Dodge Ram 37X12.5

All used year round with verrl good results
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 3:44:14 PM EST
I have BFG Open Trail T/As that came with my Trailblazer. so far they've been good in mud, snow, ice, and regular paved roads
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 3:55:13 PM EST
One thing to add about BFG MT's.... on slick roads... like wet/oily/icy.... they suck. Like sliding on oiled glass.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 3:57:19 PM EST
35" Procomp Xterrains on a 78 CJ7.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 4:01:19 PM EST
[Last Edit: 10/25/2004 4:01:42 PM EST by O2BNMUD]
39x18x15" Interco Boggers.


Truck is a mix of a 72 International Scout, a Chevy S-10 body, and the rest is Chevy 1 ton parts from the last twenty years

Driving is a point and go affair.


O2BN(deep)MUD

Link Posted: 10/25/2004 4:02:28 PM EST
Goodyear MT/R on a Cherokee, el Grande. They have about--no shit--50,000 miles on them, but they've gotten louder, and have ridden rougher the more they wear. They look like they'd go 10,000 more miles, but they RLAMF right now.

They do ok in mud, but they are extremely tough.

Link Posted: 10/25/2004 4:10:03 PM EST
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 4:12:09 PM EST

Originally Posted By FALARAK:
One thing to add about BFG MT's.... on slick roads... like wet/oily/icy.... they suck. Like sliding on oiled glass.



Very true. I locked up once on a wet road and though I was gonna die.

That said, they make a very nice sound when chirped.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 5:09:20 PM EST
Last year I had ProCrap(Comp) mud tires on my truck.

I upgraded to BFG all-terrains and actually get better traction than I did with the stock street tires and way better than the procrap tires.


BFG all the way. Baja proven.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 5:58:13 PM EST
[Last Edit: 10/25/2004 6:16:37 PM EST by Generic]
I had 33" BFG all-terrains, good taction but serious rock throwers. Here is my new 35" BFG mud terrains on the landcruiser love them so far:)


pregnant wives dig them too :)
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 6:04:47 PM EST
37 x 12.5 x15 super swampers on my 77 bronco in summer (which is for sale)
33 x 12.5 x 17 pro comp at's on the 77 in the winter

31" Goodyear MT's on my Rubicon (stock)
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 6:20:07 PM EST
I've also had good luck with a house brand from Big-O called Big Foot XT tires
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 6:57:29 PM EST
Aw hell, might as well make it a pic thread.

Link Posted: 10/25/2004 7:02:57 PM EST
Nice Jeep FALARAK.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 7:17:27 PM EST
Pirelli Scorpian A/Ts.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 7:24:16 PM EST
Winter tires for snow Goodyear wrangler MT 31 10.50.
Summer tires Same thing.
They work nice on my ZR2.

Link Posted: 10/25/2004 7:38:20 PM EST
Kelly MSR's
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 7:45:39 PM EST

I have these:





Dunlop Mud Rover Radials in 32 x 11.5 on my Pathfinder


They were $118.00 each

Link Posted: 10/25/2004 7:50:11 PM EST
Denman Groundhawgs, 38.5-15/16.5.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 7:51:03 PM EST
265 Firestone Destinations

Link Posted: 10/25/2004 8:03:02 PM EST
BFG A/T KO's for the street. Awsome grip in the wet, snow, and ice.

Kumho Venture MT's for the trail. CHEAP, tough sidewall (lotsa sharp rock here), grippy on rock, plows through the mud, and CHEAP. I treat trail tires as a disposable item with the rough use I give 'em, the only trail flats I've had were from nails (A-holes dumping trash).

Wheel it like ya stole it!!
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 8:04:36 PM EST
[Last Edit: 10/25/2004 8:11:10 PM EST by tivoli410]
Well, this seems like a good place to throw out a question...

My '99(newer body style) Silverado 4x4 is cutting off on me constantly whenever I go through a somewhat large mudhole. It's the electrical system getting soaked in muddy water and corrects itself after a day or two when it dries out real good. BUT, every time I get it wet it cuts off 5-15 times before it will let me get moving for a good distance, very annoying. Any sort of way to protect my wires and distributor before I go 4 wheeling? I've even considered a snorkle but it wouldn't get me anywhere as the electrical crap would stop me even before I'd have water pouring in the intake.

Link Posted: 10/25/2004 8:18:44 PM EST

Originally Posted By tivoli410:
Well, this seems like a good place to throw out a question...

My '99(newer body style) Silverado 4x4 is cutting off on me constantly whenever I go through a somewhat large mudhole. It's the electrical system getting soaked in muddy water and corrects itself after a day or two when it dries out real good. BUT, every time I get it wet it cuts off 5-15 times before it will let me get moving for a good distance, very annoying. Any sort of way to protect my wires and distributor before I go 4 wheeling? I've even considered a snorkle but it wouldn't get me anywhere as the electrical crap would stop me even before I'd have water pouring in the intake.




FWIW, GMs electrical engineers should be taken out and shot.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 8:24:10 PM EST
+1 on the Goodyear Wrangler MTR's.

Over 30k miles on them and they've still got about 1/4-1/3 tread left. Not the quietest meats in the world but definitely not the loudest.

Outside of thick mud (think Georgia clay mud-holes) they grip like frog-feet. Only down side is the lugs don't clear as fast as a true MT. Handle standing water pretty well too.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 8:29:47 PM EST
Cooper Discoverer STT

Very good in the mud, and surprisingly good tread life..

Very noisy on the road, especially after they get some miles on them.

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