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I've seen very little reviews on the tires, but the rock climbs in the video are convincing. The comments section is hilarious FYI


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Thanks for posting this.

Iím really digging into what tires to go with next and seeing them in action helped move the Patagonias up a bit in my consideration.


Need to find more info on snow performance.

Why doesnít anyone ever ask for the least aggressive mud tire? ~jsexton
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I've got these in 315/75r16's and I love them. I got them because the abuse LiteBright gave them and had zero issues. I got 5 for $800 shipped and its hard to beat that price.
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I've got these in 315/75r16's and I love them. I got them because the abuse LiteBright gave them and had zero issues. I got 5 for $800 shipped and its hard to beat that price.
Do you do much pavement driving with them?

How would you say the wear is?
(When did you put em on?)

And what are they like in wet weather on pavement?

Those are two decisions in my choices that are most important. Iíve read they wear really fast due to how soft the compound is and they suck on wet roads.

Itís these or the $$$ BFG KO2ís.

Thanks for chiming in and hope to hear more feedback from ya!

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I went from 35's BFG KO2's to these tires. I was tired of getting stuck in wet grass as the KO2's are absolutely horrible in muddy conditions. I would seriously get stuck in wet grass because the KO2's would just pack in and become slicks real quick. I bumped up to these after seeing Lite Brite's video on how they abused them and they performed awesome. I picked up 5 for $800 through simpletire.com w/ free shipping and got them in literally 2 days after order. It also depends on your usage. Down here in south MS, we have more mud than rocks so I needed a decent M/T.






I've had them installed in September. Drove to Windrock Park in TN from south MS and back and they did great. It rained pretty much the ENTIRE week I was there and they handled flawlessly. The sidewalls held up and took the abuse. I'm fixing to go to GONEmoab and will test them out.





So far wear has been fine. A little noisy now but not something a radio can't take care of but again, they are a MUD TIRE so you're going to get more road noise than with an A/T.

Here's footage of my trip in Windrock. You can skip through towards the end and you'll see my rig.
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You go son!

Above and beyond to my questions. I think Iím sold on these. The price is silly cheap for how good they are.

Gonna hang em on the same rims you have as well.
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@GPD605X thanks for the pics. It was between these and Mickey Thompson Baja ATZ P3's when I got my 35s in the spring. Ultimately got the Mickey Thompson cus of road noise concerns for 4000+ mile trips.

Now what I am really curious about is MPG - My 33" mud terrains got worse MPG than my 35" ATZ's. Did you notice MPG drop with these tires compared to KO2?
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@GPD605X thanks for the pics. It was between these and Mickey Thompson Baja ATZ P3's when I got my 35s in the spring. Ultimately got the Mickey Thompson cus of road noise concerns for 4000+ mile trips.

Now what I am really curious about is MPG - My 33" mud terrains got worse MPG than my 35" ATZ's. Did you notice MPG drop with these tires compared to KO2?
I didn't notice any MPG difference. I still average about 200-220 miles to a tank and avg 13mpgs. I'll really know my highway mpgs on the way to moab. I'll be doing over 3k miles round trip
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