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Got a truck in the shop today that had these on them. Wondering if the tires work alright for pulling or would they be too aggressive. The tracks up here are mud and clay, never sandy. Been running Cooper STT's and thye worked awesome, just wanted to try something new. How long do they last? They look like they would perform pretty good in the mud and such. Any Snow or ice reviews on them?
 

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I've actaully seen a LOT of the guys around here running them this year
 

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i can't comment on how they'd do for pulling but for off road trails and rocks, i know many guys who love them. great in snow too. of course, this is all based on guys in jeep cherokees and wranglers, so how they'd do with anohter 3000 pounds of truck i dont' know...
 

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they dot last more then 15-20k on the street evenif you take it easy on them
 

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I had a set on my mega cab got 19k and they started to cup pretty bad
 

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So not exactly a street friendly tire eh?
 

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A buddy had them on his Super Duty and they we wearing pretty badly after 15k miles.
 

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I have 35000 on my coopers with 5-6/32" tread left. Been very happy with them
 

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Lorenz Interco's

P.M. Sean Lorenz. He's got them on his '03
 

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Just stay away from icy rocks.
 

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Had a set of 285's on my '99 that lasted over 30k so I tried a set on my '04 in 35" and only got 14k :thud:
 
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