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    Here’s your MTR/K zero’d out on a road force balance. Awesome tire, single handedly keeping the lead mining community thriving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GCM 2 View Post
    Here’s your MTR/K zero’d out on a road force balance. Awesome tire, single handedly keeping the lead mining community thriving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GCM 2 View Post
    Here’s your MTR/K zero’d out on a road force balance. Awesome tire, single handedly keeping the lead mining community thriving.



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    Well said!


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    Quote Originally Posted by GCM 2 View Post
    Here’s your MTR/K zero’d out on a road force balance. Awesome tire, single handedly keeping the lead mining community thriving.

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    Holy shit!


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    Quote Originally Posted by GCM 2 View Post
    Here’s your MTR/K zero’d out on a road force balance. Awesome tire, single handedly keeping the lead mining community thriving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GCM 2 View Post
    Here’s your MTR/K zero’d out on a road force balance. Awesome tire, single handedly keeping the lead mining community thriving.

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    You just can't make this shit up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StewiesJK View Post
    That is the great thing about Jeeping ! Choices for everyone, if everyone bought the same thing it would be boring.
    You know, when it comes to things like colors, bumpers, rocker guards and the like, I totally get where you're coming from but when it comes to things like winches or in this case, tires, I want to buy what works best - PERIOD. If that means everyone and their mother starts to run the same thing, there's almost always a reason for it and that reason typically forces manufacturers to up their game and make something better. To me, this is a good thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    ...that reason typically forces manufacturers to up their game and make something better. To me, this is a good thing.
    Hopefully Goodyear will. It’s a shame about the MTR, because they make a lot of really good tires.


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    Quote Originally Posted by notnalc68 View Post
    Hopefully Goodyear will. It’s a shame about the MTR, because they make a lot of really good tires.
    The original MTR's were a great tire for sure but I would argue that there are much better tires that were developed and exists today because of it. For instance, Toyo MT that came out after it proved to be strong, have better road manners, was quieter, came with siped lugs for better grip on slick surfaces and had longer tread life. Lots of manufacturers started to up their game as well and that forced Goodyear to go all out and completely redesign their MT. And, to be completely honest, I was sold. When it came out, it was kind of revolutionary and looked good too. I bought a set right away and really wanted to like it. Unfortunately, time and use proved otherwise.

    Again, when it comes to tires, I couldn't care less if I was running what everyone else was running - I just need them to work and be the best in what they do or at least, for me anyway.

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    Who is this blonde you speak of. I feel like I’ve missed something


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