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Phizinza: not sure they are 14" pug rims
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Posted 26 May 2006 - 08:16 PM
I'm wheeling on a set of wal-terrains on morgan's old wagon. they've got lots of miles, and still do pretty well on dry stuff. I air them down to 15-20psi and wheel 'em on the rocks for hours. mud.......not so much, they cake up and turn into slicks real fast.
well as wet as Washington is I think I will go with the Kumho's.
Posted 26 May 2006 - 09:19 PM
All Terrain, Mud Terrain. BIG difference in tread pattern. The Kumho M/T will be way more aggressive. I imagine the sidewall of teh A/T isn't that thick. The kumho has a 6 ply sidewall.
if i remember correctly,the Goodyear A/Ts i had on my jeep were 3 ply sidewall.
i couldn't stand them(also didn't help that they were worn down pretty bad)
myself,i'd get the Kumho M/Ts
Posted 27 May 2006 - 12:12 AM
The AT's just can't clean themselves - at least not out here in the wet northwest. They are awesome for desert racing.... the BFG AT's are used by many desert racers. Mud isn't so much the issue there tho. It comes down to granularity.
Posted 27 May 2006 - 11:36 AM
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