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Anybody Running Motomaster M+S Tires

Hey all. As they title says I'm looking for feed back on the Motomaster M+S tire. I'm thinking of getting a set soon.

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I've tried them before and there are better tires out there imo. I won't buy them again.
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If your going to spend some money on a set of tires, your better off spending a little extra $$$ and get a better quality tire that will last you a lot longer. Just remember, you buy cheap, your going to get cheap and then you will be stuck with them.........
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A friend of mine bought a set for his Chevy they work good But I think the tread feel soft which mean quick wear
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I had a set on my old chevy and they seemed to work ok but the truck got stolen when the tires had just over a year on them so I can't say for sure how fast they wear. But I agree if you go cheap you get cheap. I've had no issues with my Firestones going on 2 years now.


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They are crap...trust me
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yah the bit of info i got about crappy not installing them because they are oversized clinched it for me. I called a buddy this morning and he gave me a quote of $190.00 per tire installed and balanced for BFG allterrains T/A in 31 x10.5 x 15. So that likely what I'll do. Still have one buddy who is supposed to get me a price also. So by the end of the month I should be rockin some BFG's

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Definetly go with the BFG's if you can.
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