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Old 05-26-2016, 06:59 AM
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Anyone running them? Available in OEM and 265/65/18 - looks like a nice tire.
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i have them in 275/55/20. They're wearing well and ride better than the stock tire. I have about 30K miles on them and I'm sure they have tread left to get to 60K. I also run bora spacers and rro leveling kit. Together it's a pretty good look. Noise is becoming an issue. I've tried various pressures from 32-47 and they absolutely howl between 40-50 mph. Over 50, even up to 80 mph, they're fairly quiet. I spend a lot of time on narrow, rough country roads, so 45 mph is a common cruising speed. Sitting in the car you'd think I'm running 35" mudders, it's so loud.
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i have them in 275/55/20. They're wearing well and ride better than the stock tire. I have about 30K miles on them and I'm sure they have tread left to get to 60K. I also run bora spacers and rro leveling kit. Together it's a pretty good look. Noise is becoming an issue. I've tried various pressures from 32-47 and they absolutely howl between 40-50 mph. Over 50, even up to 80 mph, they're fairly quiet. I spend a lot of time on narrow, rough country roads, so 45 mph is a common cruising speed. Sitting in the car you'd think I'm running 35" mudders, it's so loud.
Thanks for the response. Road noise is a concern of mine. I have a 50 mile communte, but need the traction for the Northeast winters.
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