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    Lol, so I should probably stick to the irok then & not be the guinea pig.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesse_01 View Post
    Lol, so I should probably stick to the irok then & not be the guinea pig.
    If it's mud you're mostly dealing with, Interco has quite the pedigree. They were a staple back during my "muddin" days in East TX.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesse_01 View Post
    Lol, so I should probably stick to the irok then & not be the guinea pig.


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    Why not just go with the STT Pros? They have performed flawlessly in every terrain I’ve had them on. Sand, snow, ice, rock, and mud.


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    They look pretty rugged, I don’t know much about MT’s so I usually just take the reviews from guys and gals on here. I do like my Nitto Trail Grapplers and the Cooper STT Pros look good too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by longarmwj View Post
    Why not just go with the STT Pros? They have performed flawlessly in every terrain I’ve had them on. Sand, snow, ice, rock, and mud.


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    The stt pro just slick up in the ground we wheel in. That's a 37" Cooper stt pro on the wife's Jeep. IMG_2977.jpg


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesse_01 View Post
    The stt pro just slick up in the ground we wheel in. That's a 37" Cooper stt pro on the wife's Jeep. IMG_2977.jpg


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    Lol as if any tire wouldn’t gum up in that shit. That’s like saying your toilet paper sucks because it has shit on it after you wipe your ass.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Lol as if any tire wouldn’t gum up in that shit. That’s like saying your toilet paper sucks because it has shit on it after you wipe your ass.


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    Ha ha! I’m gonna save that one for later 🤣


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Lol as if any tire wouldn’t gum up in that shit. That’s like saying your toilet paper sucks because it has shit on it after you wipe your ass.
    OMG, that just about killed me!!

    That being said, I totally agree. I think any tire would gum up in that shit including the Mud Grapplers I used to run.

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    With all that said, I'd give these Yokohama X-MT's a try if only because as of 2015, they now make their tires in the USA

    ... but, they do look like they'd be loud

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesse_01 View Post
    The stt pro just slick up in the ground we wheel in. That's a 37" Cooper stt pro on the wife's Jeep. IMG_2977.jpg


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    If I can wheel mine in the Georgia red clay and still have plenty of bite, you can wheel yours in whatever mud that is.



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