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Old 07-20-2009, 05:22 PM   #1
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anybody on here got the irok radials.
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they don't last year long, maybe 30k at most.
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What tire/tires would you recomend that will get at least 40,000 miles or more, I want either 12.50 or 13.50 inch wide. I want more radial tire that will be good in the snow and the mud (sometimes), but mainly on the road

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ive got 27,000 on my nitto mudd grapplers and they still have thread i know me and one of my buddies the same day had tires put on he got iroks i got mudd grapplers and he just had his replaced i think he got 24000 out of them
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what size rim you got? i am gonna get me a set of 325/50's 33x13.50-20's Mickey Thompson makes some wide tires. Nitto makes 33x13-18's terra grapplers
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I have ran them the radials dont do to bad with maintaining the pressure and rotations.. the bias ply will be wore in under 30k.
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what size rim you got? i am gonna get me a set of 325/50's 33x13.50-20's Mickey Thompson makes some wide tires. Nitto makes 33x13-18's terra grapplers
I havnt got new rims yet but I would either get 17 or 18 depending on the tire. the tire choices that I would like would be the, dick cepek fun country II, interco ss m16, or procomp xtrme at.
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