quote:Originally posted by cronustrd: I hear MT/R's are a tire you either love or hate.
This pretty much sums them up. They are great tires, and if I lived in the land of rocks and no mud, they would be a no brainer, but around here I honestly don't think they cut it as well as some other(cheaper) tires would. In deep mud they clog like a toilet at a rock concert next to a mexican resteraunt. On rocks and dirt they are outstanding. I don't feel they are agressive enough for the trails around here. My next tires will be TSL radials.
01 Chevy 2500HD: 6.0L gas 4x4 crew cab
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