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    Just throw a set of these on @mikee
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    Although I've just reread the op and see you're on 15". Bugger
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Those ARE inches!
    32" well I'll be ......!
    Boom, cough,cough,cough

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    There's a RAV getting around on one of the farms I visit wearing these. Talking to the fella and he says they're awesome in the mud, go hard and deep. I spose he was still talking about the tyres.......

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    goodride are a overlooked and well priced tyre, Ive sold plenty and they appear to be wearing well, those tyres you have are different compound to the same tyre sold new in nz which is why you have got such great mileage out of them
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    Quote Originally Posted by ritchie426 View Post
    goodride are a overlooked and well priced tyre, Ive sold plenty and they appear to be wearing well, those tyres you have are different compound to the same tyre sold new in nz which is why you have got such great mileage out of them
    Bugger I had almost decided just to replace 2 given their performance/ milage
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    @mikee I have had a set of maxxis 764 bighorn tyres on my Colorado are they are now buggered after 42,000 km on hard central otago gravel roads and a bit of tarmac also. For the price of them I am quite happy with the wear/km. I like them because they are slightly aggressive for the farm. But show good wear on gravel

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    Hankook Dynapro MTs. I have them on my wagon and are wearing well. I was recommended them by a mate that owns a tyre shop. He sells them to a lot of the forestry guys that do hard fast kms on gravel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shearer View Post
    Hankook Dynapro MTs. I have them on my wagon and are wearing well. I was recommended them by a mate that owns a tyre shop. He sells them to a lot of the forestry guys that do hard fast kms on gravel.
    I have a few of these blow out the sidewall as a result of being run at low pressure while 4WDing.
    Good tyre for off road traction though.
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    ^^^^ not really the tyres fault tho

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    yes and no I guess. All the splits are in the exact same place in the tread. Indicates a weak/stress point to me.
    Still a good all round tyre.

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    Hankook Dynapro MT's on my HiLux for 45 000 km and I think they'll go another 5 000 at least. Excellent offroad on dirt, broken rock and gravel terrain. Relatively quiet on tarseal.
    Probably gonna buy them again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shearer View Post
    Hankook Dynapro MTs. I have them on my wagon and are wearing well. I was recommended them by a mate that owns a tyre shop. He sells them to a lot of the forestry guys that do hard fast kms on gravel.
    Forgot to say. The friend who recommend these is a Firestone/Bridgestone dealer so had no agenda to do so. Good price for the 15" too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oraki View Post
    There's a RAV getting around on one of the farms I visit wearing these. Talking to the fella and he says they're awesome in the mud, go hard and deep. I spose he was still talking about the tyres.......
    Used to use a Suzuki Jimmy with them on a farm I visited a lot, damn thing could go anywhere. Left my Isuzu mu with maxis buckshot on in the dust, not road legal though

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    Quote Originally Posted by 223nut View Post
    New tyres are a bloody dilemma, due for a new set on the outback...
    goodyear eagle f1 on the outback, i have them on my 3.0 legacy and they are great in the dry and unbeatable in the wet

    for the pajero i suggest yokohama geolanders which is what we use on the triton

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    Quote Originally Posted by 223nut View Post
    Used to use a Suzuki Jimmy with them on a farm I visited a lot, damn thing could go anywhere. Left my Isuzu mu with maxis buckshot on in the dust, not road legal though
    He got a warrant with them on. Tread depth was fine, the only problem the garage could see was the speed rating of them

 

 

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