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    My son had a set of Mickey's on his XJ (not sure which series) and they didn't even last a year. Real soft compound.



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    Quote Originally Posted by BaddestCross View Post
    My son had a set of Mickey's on his XJ (not sure which series) and they didn't even last a year. Real soft compound.



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    Thats the one thing I keep hearing about the Mickeys. Everyone says they are great tires just a soft compound and don't last long. Thats what keeps pushing me toward the KM3's

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    Ran a set of Mickey Mtz... something.. Baja claw? The tread pattern that looks like chevrons. Hated them, road manners fine, didn’t have good mud grip, surprisingly good in sand, and they wore fast, my fault for putting a soft mud terrain on a highway driver.


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    I’ve been running a set of Mickey Thompson atz p3. I have had them for 50,000 miles and still have a good amount of tread left. I honestly wish they would wear down faster so I can move up to 37s. Only thing that got me stuck was bumper deep snow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jsouder53 View Post
    I’ve been running a set of Mickey Thompson atz p3. I have had them for 50,000 miles and still have a good amount of tread left. I honestly wish they would wear down faster so I can move up to 37s. Only thing that got me stuck was bumper deep snow
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snboarder113 View Post
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    Haha that’s one way to take care of them

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    Thanks for all the input guys, decided to go with the KM3s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beer&Waffles View Post
    Thanks for all the input guys, decided to go with the KM3s
    Congrats on the selection. I think you’ll be happy with them. So far, I love mine.

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    Mickey's highly endorsed.

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