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Old 03-11-2016, 04:31 AM
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how about hankooks? 4 for 3 at the moment, makes 275/70/r16 all terrains $630 fitted (((-;
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Old 04-11-2016, 11:31 PM
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picked up my hankooks last night, they look the goods, but,,,,,, question! when did they start making them in china????
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Iv got kelly safari tsr tyres done over 55,000kms with them and they still have plenty of tread, not noisy on road and good off road. But going to go with a more aggresive mud tyre next. Anyone ever used maxtrek mudtrek tyres? Iv heard good things about them and can get 285/75/16s for $150 each
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Old 05-11-2016, 02:41 AM
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jased, have you looked at the kumho? they look good with well placed chunky treads. they wont 150 though...
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Old 05-11-2016, 02:48 AM
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Na mate i havent, I'll have a look at them. Hard to go past the mudtreks at that price though tyrepower sell them for $240 each
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Old 05-11-2016, 04:48 AM
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Na mate i havent, I'll have a look at them. Hard to go past the mudtreks at that price though tyrepower sell them for $240 each
I haven't used them myself but a guy I used to work with had them on his d40 in that size. Reckons they weren't too bad when I asked him about them... The only issue you may have is on wet roads, but you'll probably have that with any mud tyres.....
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got some BFG AT's KO2 on my d22 about a month ago, about 600 euro for all 4 (852.379 in australian dollars) pretty pleased and make the truck look and ride nice. only problem is they are stone catchers which they randomly eject inside the wheel arch and make noise when they do like you hit something

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^ thats cheap
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Ko2 have a very poor reputation for sidewall staking. I'd go the General Grabber.

Or should that be "Commander-in-chief" Grabber now?
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Old 12-01-2017, 04:59 AM
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Geolander are really good directional mt's but a lot of people don't want directional in offroad situations.

Wear rate is well below average but the best wet road muddies I have ever used.

Hankook muds are not bad on wet roads either.
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