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This is a discussion on Good, cheap mud tires? within the Offroad forums, part of the General Discussion category; well im looking for some cheap 315/75r16 mud tires. Id like to spend under 200ea and be able to get ...

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    well im looking for some cheap 315/75r16 mud tires. Id like to spend under 200ea and be able to get 35-40k miles out of them.

    Ive been looking at buckshots but my dads got some on his f150 and they ride like hell after they wear down to half tread.

    I like the looks of toyos and bfgs but i just cant see spending a grand on another set of tires.
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    Re: Good, cheap mud tires?

    I have 14,000 miles on my Mud Brutes and they are wearing much better than I expected. Last I measured, I still had 14/32nds left and they came new with 17/32nds.

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    Re: Good, cheap mud tires?

    I got my Hankook Dynapro M/T's for $170 a pop in 285/75/r16 flavor. Pull great in mud and the average I heard was around 40k miles out of them. I'm at 10k now and they seem to be wearing great.
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    Re: Good, cheap mud tires?

    Quote Originally Posted by mgmZ71 View Post
    I have 14,000 miles on my Mud Brutes and they are wearing much better than I expected. Last I measured, I still had 14/32nds left and they came new with 17/32nds.
    im surprised to hear that other ppl use mud brutes, they are a cheap tire that does fairly well, i thought it was just a local tire, ive never found any other tire shops that sell remingtons, they sell locally for $110 a tire in a 35-12.50-15 tire, to give the OP an idea of what they cost, not sure how much they sell in your area tho if you can even find a place that sells them
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    Re: Good, cheap mud tires?

    Find some 36 inch militairies :) 65 bucks a tires one of the best pulling tires you will ever put on your truck to.

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    I agree with the 36 inch humvee tires, but if they are the same as the 37s, then thats 16.5 wheels. Dunlop mud rovers are cheap
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    Hercules Trail Diggers FTW


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    Re: Good, cheap mud tires?

    Only spent a few minutes on the internet, but it seems Mud Brutes aren't cheap. About $160 for 32s.

    No good mud tire is very cheap. Its more of a balancing act of what you want and what you can spend.

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    Re: Good, cheap mud tires?

    Quote Originally Posted by GoDawgs View Post
    well im looking for some cheap 315/75r16 mud tires. Id like to spend under 200ea and be able to get 35-40k miles out of them.

    Ive been looking at buckshots but my dads got some on his f150 and they ride like hell after they wear down to half tread.

    I like the looks of toyos and bfgs but i just cant see spending a grand on another set of tires.
    If you are talking about Maxxis Buckshots, and you think they ride bad, then you shouldn't be looking at mud tires. If your dad has Gateways, then its understandable.
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    x2 on the humvee tires
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    Re: Good, cheap mud tires?

    Maxxis Bighorns or Mud Dawgs (same exact thing, just different brand stamped on teh sides).
    Stay away from the military tires IMO. They're not the greatest.
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    Re: Good, cheap mud tires?

    Quote Originally Posted by kirk View Post
    Maxxis Bighorns or Mud Dawgs (same exact thing, just different brand stamped on teh sides).
    Stay away from the military tires IMO. They're not the greatest.
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    Re: Good, cheap mud tires?

    Quote Originally Posted by 94_c/1500 View Post
    Only spent a few minutes on the internet, but it seems Mud Brutes aren't cheap. About $160 for 32s.

    No good mud tire is very cheap. Its more of a balancing act of what you want and what you can spend.
    Im just saying they are cheap around here, the guy that runs the tire shop here only sells tires and does nothing else, mounts and balances but he does such a high volume he can give a great discount to everyone who gos to his shop
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    Re: Good, cheap mud tires?

    Quote Originally Posted by silvermonte View Post
    Im just saying they are cheap around here, the guy that runs the tire shop here only sells tires and does nothing else, mounts and balances but he does such a high volume he can give a great discount to everyone who gos to his shop
    I'm trying to find a cheap tire too, if a tire shop around home as them that cheap I'm buying them.

    Thinking of TSL radials. A 32x10.50R15 is $166. I want to have Trxus MTs, but they don't come in 32s.

    Maybe I can get a better deal on something else at a tire shop. Or maybe I can a good used set of tires.
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    Re: Good, cheap mud tires?

    I got my 285 bfg's for 170$ each, maybe you should look harder

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    Re: Good, cheap mud tires?

    Quote Originally Posted by Drisco Z71 View Post
    I got my 285 bfg's for 170$ each, maybe you should look harder
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    Re: Good, cheap mud tires?

    Quote Originally Posted by Drisco Z71 View Post
    I got my 285 bfg's for 170$ each, maybe you should look harder
    well damn, i got my 285 bfg a/t for 195ea and that was about as cheap as ive seen em. Looks like you have the m/ts in your sig so you got a heck of a deal.
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    Re: Good, cheap mud tires?

    I've always ran Maxxis Buckshots on my truck. 33's. As long as you keep them rotated, they wear fine, and ride good for a M/T tire. Around here they are popular, along with the mud brutes. Friend of mine just got some GoodYear M/Ts and I have to say, they are growing on me. Trying to decide what tires I'm going to buy soon as well.
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