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Old 05-15-2009, 07:59 PM Thread Starter
 
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Anyone using Motomaster tires?

Hey all!

Sorry it's been a while, but we're finally getting settled in to the new abode.

I need new springs in my truck, so i'm going to be getting a SkyJacker lift kit (springs only). This, of course, would mean I need new bigger tires!

I see Canadian Tire has their Motomaster Total Terrain AT tires in 31x10.5x15 on sale (buy one get the second tire for 1/2 price - sorry, not meant to spam!). I'm wondering if anyone here has any experience with using these. If so please speak up.

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Old 05-15-2009, 11:16 PM
 
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Sometimes there are good sometimes they are bad, made in china tires are sometimes a toss up. Find out where they are made and go from there, I have seen a dump truck load of shitty tires from ct, and have also seen some good ones.
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IF you want A/T's save your $$$$ buy something worth while in a A/T like B F Goodrich or Nitto Terra Grapplers, if you buy cheap it only costs double in the end

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TOYO open country are awesome in mud snow and heavy rain. Just what i use though. Heavier duty than what you will get from ct . Not as cheaply priced. But you get what you pay for. Personnel opinion, i would never put a bfg on my vehicle ever, wear way to fast,noisy and over priced. Cult following syndrom.
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Toyo A/T's are made in the same plant as the Nitto Terra Grappler's there both great tire's,

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TOYO open country are awesome in mud snow and heavy rain. Just what i use though. Heavier duty than what you will get from ct . Not as cheaply priced. But you get what you pay for. Personnel opinion, i would never put a bfg on my vehicle ever, wear way to fast,noisy and over priced. Cult following syndrom.
BFG's are the only tires that last on my truck



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Not out here to create a fight. BFG cant make a tire that works on a tractor or trailer then they aint goin on my vehicle. I pulled the bfg's off the f350 cuz they were horribly loud and cupping. Same thing i see on our hwy units. the toyo's i have on the f350 are the at's. unbelievable bite. What i am trying to say is that there is other than (typical named companies) that are building better tires.
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half of the lower brand tires are really just the name brand tires with different badging on them



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in case... Mickey Thompson= D i c k Cepek

try national 4wd for prices they were the cheapest for my mudcountrys (they can get others)



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Old 05-16-2009, 09:20 PM Thread Starter
 
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Okay, thanks for the input everyone.

I've just ordered some suspension goodies, so i'm not in a rush to get my hands on anything, but I will try my luck with a WTB ad here on Ford Tough's classified section and see what happens, just for giggles.
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