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I've been putting it off and putting it off. I finally had to break down as my tires reached 2/32 and I can't drive in 1" of snow anymore.

Remington Mud Brutes, the price was right. NO idea about the brand but from what I've read they are made by Dunlop. They were cheap and that's about all I can afford...so we'll see how they hold up. They are 285/75/16.





 

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Wow the tread on those things really looks aggressive. The lugs are really far apart so that would mean great traction in mud, snow, rocky terrain. I dont think they would be that great on pavement, but they are a mud terrain tire so.....

Keep us informed.
 

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I don't really care about pavement. I only drive 13 miles round trip for work, so I'm not to worried about that.
 

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Damn those lugs are far apart. Should provide great mud clearing and traction off road.
 

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I only got 4 because I have a good spare. $145/tire shipped.

We'll see how they handle, they go on the truck on Wednesday.
 

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Tirefast, I called them a couple times and got an american person. So that was a selling point to me.
 
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