Great tire. I run these on beadlocks and happily trail ride at 6psi. I have never got stuck in the mud woth thes guys. Do not buy these if you can not handle road noise. My 33x13.5 swampers outperform my dads 35 yoko geolanders everywhere. Very happy with these tires overall performance, will probably buy another set of these in the future.these are bullet proof tires. I have chunks out of my sidewall that woukd puncture most offroad tires.
Product Details: "Super Swamper LTB Mud Terrain" by Editor - posted: Tue January 30, 2007 - Rating: 8.62
Last Review Posted by Off-Roadney - posted: Wed May 13, 2015 7:00am
I've ran these tires on everything from a old 1948 willys pickup in a 7.50 16 to now my 97 grand Cherokee and my 93 Toyota in a p78/16 same as a 33 10.50 16..so far they have been unstopable in anything short of trying to use the truck as a submarine. LoL..I saw some people think that since maxis is calling their version of a buckshot mudder the same tire but they don't even compare and never will.the old school buckshots are simply hands down the best mud tire out there and all I will ever use on my off road vehicles... And yes they are still available just google up buckshot wide mudder.they are all over ebay. ? Hope the post helps some of you make up your mind about these tires..try um and you'll likeum..
Got these in a 35X12.50R18LT from a local custom shop here in Gastonia, NC at a good price for the size. Installed on a Chevy Silverado. So far a year later I've put about 8k on them and have been through a lot of weather, at least enough to have an opinion of the Fuel Mud Gripper. After a year I can say I'm happy with them. Wet weather is pretty good for a mud tire. I've never felt like I didn't have traction so I suppose the compound is not too hard. Wear has been decent as well. After 8k there doesn't seem to be much wear on them. I've been through some mud west of here on a couple trips to a cabin. They get good traction in mud, never got stuck. They pull great. Noise is ok, I've rotated them twice now. I think if I didn't rotate them I'd be hearing more road noise. My only complain is they're not easy to find. While I've never had to replace any, the availablility is not that great at least not at this point. Seems they're trying to ramp up production. Good tire overall. Love the look. Great looking sidewall.
Product Details: "Fuel Off-Road Mud Gripper MT" by Editor - posted: Wed March 4, 2015 - Rating: 8.00
Last Review Posted by Blackthorn98 - posted: Tue February 17, 2015 2:48am
I have a set of 31-10.50-R15 on a 98 dodge dakota with a V6 and these tires will sling mud twenty feet in the air. I have found that the more you spin them the cleaner they keep themselves. I have only gotten stuck in snow and that was a clearance issue. They are great tires for a pretty cheap price. just point the direction you want to go and stand on the gas and you will make it there.
Product Details: "Hercules Trail Digger M/T Tire" by Editor - posted: Thu June 26, 2008 - Rating: 8.68
Last Review Posted by Unregistered - posted: Tue February 10, 2015 4:30pm
Horrible tread design they wont last once they get wore a little are just like slicks. They dont ride good, overall poor tire, I didnt care for them. I tried them in a 315-75-16 and made my truck ride and handle horrible.
Product Details: "Falken Tire WildPeak A/T" by Editor - posted: Wed July 28, 2010 - Rating: 6.86