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Old 01-21-2013, 01:48 PM   #1
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I have a leveling kit on my 07 4x4. Currently have 35 mudgrapplers or some Xd wheels. Which of these tires will be better on mileage. If I get atz I'm getting the 35 13.x". Not sure what I want just 34-35" tire
Or Kelly tsr?

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Old 01-25-2013, 01:11 PM   #2
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Trail grappler will look the most aggressive of the bunch, but also weigh a good 75lbs, where the MTZs are ~68lbs. Typical 35" ATs weigh around 60lbs, so that is probably your best bet for MPG. I think the MTZs are a good tradeoff of Mud Tire and street tire, a possible better match for your needs might be the GY duratrac
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You can't go wrong with the ATZ. I've seen were guys on other forums claiming they got 70K out of them, that is with proper balancing/rotating and keeping a good alignment on the front end. The only proabably I see with them, is they are very expensive but what tire today market is not.
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