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depends on what kind of offroading you see....i actually liked them for the period of time i had them...they handle very well on road...as far as offroad they are good in dirt and sand....i wouldnt mud in them...they have nice sidebits if you brave alil rock crawling...idk how they are in snow but ive heard they are decent in snow....other than that, the tire is tough as nails and has a very reassuring sidewall if you like to drive fast and manuever alot on the street or dirt...i had them in the 33"'s which came in 10 plies( pretty heavy tire so it will tow like any other "E" load range tire....
 

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thanks again bro, i really want to do the titan swap deal after that wat size tires n wheels could i upgrade too?? i wanna get the XD revolvers and probably either the dune grapplers or the bfg mud terrains
 

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I've got 285/75R16s (a little less than 33" I believe) on my Titan Swap, and I don't have the CST Spindles. The only time they rub is if I'm turning hard and hit a dip/bump, and even then, its just a tiny rub on the rear of the front fender well...
 

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Big difference in drive characteristics between the bfg mud and dune grapplers. You will also get considerable road noise from the muds in comparison so take that into consideration too.
 

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Big difference in drive characteristics between the bfg mud and dune grapplers. You will also get considerable road noise from the muds in comparison so take that into consideration too.
very true but...you will have to sacrafice one for the other...if you play in mud and like technical courses...mudders are the way to go....nittos are good all terrain but if you play in everything then it doesnt become a choice for mudders, it becomes a need...
 

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very true but...you will have to sacrafice one for the other...if you play in mud and like technical courses...mudders are the way to go....nittos are good all terrain but if you play in everything then it doesnt become a choice for mudders, it becomes a need...
very true... thats why I have mudders in a dry climate
 

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what is the mudder that comes on the rubicons that doesn't make any road noise?
 

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The new goodyear wrangler, I think its called the MT/R.
 

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I hear great things about them, they don't make highway noise and they are excellent in the mud but they puncture easily
 

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Indeedy it is... I love the noise, it sounds like DH tires on my bike
its always a good hummin' tune.............and the mt/r's have a 2 ply sidewall like all other regular tires do.....atleast the old ones....
 

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Whats special about the new MT/Rs is not only that they have the smoother thread section for less noise and better turning but they have Kevlar too, as a composite belting I believe, that is supposed to make them much stronger than their predecessor.

Side by side of the two wranglers... w/ kevlar on left:
 

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Do you know if they sell them in a 10 ply?
 
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