I had those for most of my trucks life. They are excellent. They do kind of run down on tread fast, but they are made with steel which don't get flats easy. If you want street tires, I wouldn't recommend them, but if you want off-road, get them. They rule. My dad has conquered some serious mud with them, and its only a 2X4.
I have an '88 XJ with a 3 inch lift and 31X10.50X15 KUMHO mud terrains. I've had good luck with them so far. I'm not sure if they make tires of the size you specified, but it's worth checking out. My tires were $420 for the tires, mounting, balacing and everything. (Very cheap) I've been thru all kinds of mud with those things and ain't got stuck yet. They are wearing good so far (I've had the tires about 2 months).
These have a heavier steel. We drove accross glass at CRA at Vernon about 1,000 times, and never had one flat. Then we put these on, and got 2 on the first. Also the trailer tires were ripped apart on it. That shows a ton for these M310. Also, this is under a different class. These are commercial, not recreational. These tires are HEAVY. 2 times the wheel.
1996 2X4 2500HD Laramie SLT Ext. Cab, Long Bed, 8.0L 488ci V10 Green Dodge Ram, Mods: Interior lighting, JVC Radio, CB w/ dual antennas, 12" sub, and Phantom Radar Detector. On List:Flowmaster Delta 40 Series Muffler, and new tires.
we put a set on my moms Grand cherokee and shelikes them.i doubt they will wear faster then any other tire. Rambrdr your tires wear out fast cause your at 75 psi. an AT tire is a AT tire some may offer a little better off road capability like BFG or Procomp. But your best bet is to look at the mile warrenty and a store that can offer you the road hazard you need. try to get a warrenty that will replace you tires if they are unreparable and if you dont get the mile warrenty it is supposed to come with. americas discount tire is a good place i would recomend.
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