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Have any of you guys ever used these or known anyone who has? i an get a great deal on em (about 120 a piece) for 35x12.5x15. but before i buy some more tires i wanna get some info on em, also how are the Mud Kings? about how long will those last me if rotated regularly. thanks
 

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They are off-brand BFG's...... also known as Mud Kings, Regul Mudder, Trail King, etc.... I hear they ride rough, but you can get alot of mileage out of them...40-50K!

For a little bit more money, you can get the Good Year MT/R's in the same size for $150. That's what I did and I love em'! :p:

http://www.tirerack.com
 

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Mud kings are the best tire for the buck but personally, I would rather spend the extra money on the MTR's because they are the best "mud" tire from a company like BFG, Goodyear, Michelin, General, Uniroyal, etc etc etc. Swampers, PJ's, MT's, Denman are better in my opinion but are more niche market tires. Mud kings are definately great tires if you are looking for cheap ones.
 

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key hting to rembember is you'll always get what you pay for in most instances. i had some mud brutes that were claimed to be ruff riding and turned out very smooth and quiet. basically the trailblazer is another generic brand so you save some money on the name.
if you want em buy em sounds like adeal to me
 

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I'm really happy with my 33" Mud Kings. I have them in some good mud about a week after I got them, and was suprised at how well they did. I went to them after I wore out my 32" Sport Kings. I got about 30k out of the first set, but they were not rotated much, out of alignment, and i'm just generally hell on tires.
 

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I'm really happy with my 33" Mud Kings. I have them in some good mud about a week after I got them, and was suprised at how well they did. I went to them after I wore out my 32" Sport Kings. I got about 30k out of the first set, but they were not rotated much, out of alignment, and i'm just generally hell on tires.
I had a set of Regal Trailblazers back in about 79 or 80 best damn Tire I ever had drove to the factory to get them had them put on up in Akron loved him ever since the ride home was great there wasn't a mud hole or creek that could stop me worth it if you can find them
 
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