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I am looking at getting a set of these for my truck. I was wondering what kind of luck people have with these.
 

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they are not too bad. better than an A/T but not as good as an M/T. they don't self clean in the mud very good. figure 10,000 miles if you drive on pavement a lot.
 

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They SUCK. They suck on the pavement, as they are hard to balance, even harder to balance than my Boggers, and they suck offroad, no traction. But, if you had a tire groover, and went to work on groove the tread out into a usable pattern, then that at least would be something...But, for the money, there are better tires out there...They ACTUALLY cost more than Boggers in a comparable size do. Do yourself a favor, get some TSL radials or TSL SSR's for the pavement, they will do you a lot better than the Thornchickens ever will...TRUST ME...I have seen them in action...
 

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Those are AWESOME tires! I have seen them in action and they are GREAT! Only problem is, they wear out fast if you just drive them on the road. But I do totally recommend them...and I have seen them in action... :wink:
 

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Double-check with the Claws. There are radial and Bias-ply claws.

They have slightly different tread patterns, too.

I've heard nothing but good about the bias-plies, but nothing but bad about the radials. I've heard a lot of people badmouthing the claws, and it turns out they had the radials...

I've also seen the bias-plies in action. Wow... Nice tires in the goo.

Loud on the highway, and definitely a 20-25K tire.
 
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