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    Best Mud Tires

    I am looking for the cheapest set of 265/75/16 mud tires, i am looking for new tires. I have been looking and all I can find are tires for about 200 a piece, is there an off brand out there that people have had success with. thanks for the help.

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    you looked at buckshot mudders, ive seen them sold stupid cheap b4
    procharger p1sc, nelson tune, 42# marine injectors, walbro 255, lt's, ory, 4" volant cat back, PerformaBuilt level 2 pro race trans, trans. cooler with e fan, 2500 stall, aem wideband, energy bushings, spohn perf. trailing and panhard rods, mb & gear alloy 22's ( ya 2 sets, im big ballin), ss brake lines, drilled & slotted rotors, bla bla bla bla bla bla bla,
    and ya it will beat a hemi.

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    check out discounttiredirect.com

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    cooper, michelin, dick cepek(not sure on pricing). seems like buckshots are cheapest
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    Last edited by cjriojas; 02-26-2010 at 12:25 PM.
    '02 Silvy: Z71 EC Step Side 5.3L Nelson tuned
    2013 GMC Acadia: SLT1 Carbon Black
    1976 Corvette Stingray: Trying to save it, progress is slow.

    ^Ricky's Sweet PS Skilz
    09/21/2010 02:31 <danger_ranger83> I'm not really worried about the looks...I want it to be fast and ugly...bc no one wants to get outrun by something ugly

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    thanks guys for all the help, I am thinking I will go witht he buckshots they are about 125 a piece, has anyone ever bought a set. how do they perform in mud snow and street.

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    i'v heard they perform fairly well on and off road. try em out and let us know
    '02 Silvy: Z71 EC Step Side 5.3L Nelson tuned
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    1976 Corvette Stingray: Trying to save it, progress is slow.

    ^Ricky's Sweet PS Skilz
    09/21/2010 02:31 <danger_ranger83> I'm not really worried about the looks...I want it to be fast and ugly...bc no one wants to get outrun by something ugly

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    i think I just might, It maybe a few months till i can get the funds together but i will post a review after I get them.

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    I had em on my jeep in a 31X10.50. They performed very well. Slight whine on the highway, but not terrible. You may not even notice it in the truck. Offroad they performed decent. They seem to clean out good and not cake up, but don't count on traction in loose moist dirt.

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    Chains !!!!

    On my experience and a lot of brands, only chains kept me going !!!!

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