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Old 09-16-2010, 09:47 PM
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has any one heard of interco trxus tires? im lookin into getting a set of 35"ers and im wondering if they are any good? thanks
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Re: tires

interco tires are awesome. tire pressure is key to getting any kind of life out of them, and even then expect lots of treadwear. they are quite expensive, but excellent offroad. my good friend has the truxxus, and i have run the 36" TSL's on my superduty.

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Old 09-19-2010, 01:54 PM
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after reading some reviews im not gonna get interco... apparently they dont last verylong and they have some side wall issues. my cousin recomended general tire grabber m/ts or at2s. is anyone running these tires on their rigs?
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General doesn't make an MT anymore. Go Goodyear MT/R. Best all-around tire in existence. the AT2s...uh...

yeah. if ThunderbirdJunkie needs to go into details...
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Old 09-19-2010, 02:35 PM
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oh. damn that sucks but after reading this i went back online and found a bad@$$ set of tires that i really think im gonna get. nitto trail grappler m/ts everyone says they are quiet on the road and awesome off of it. also they are some of the cheapest ive found in this size. does thunderbird know anything about these tires?
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Not really. Nittos in general are OK tires, though. Can't tell you anything about how the Trail Grapplers should wear, but looking at the tread design they should be good to go.
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awesome then they r the ones for me. there r a couple of utube vids of them and they seem to have awesome traction
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Re: tires

Consider "Cooper Discoverer STT"
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Re: tires

My buddy had Thornbirds on his Bronco. I know they are different from the Trxus. They were horrible! No traction in the rain and the noise was unbearable.
I love the General Grabber AT2,s. Not a tire for deep, gooey mud but it does everything else really well.
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cool tires both of you. i was considering the at2 for awhile but then found the nittos they look mean and ridd really nice. i have a pair ordered in 35x12.5r18. for 5 tires i payed 1500 though.
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