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Jeep Project CJ-7

An ongoing Budgeted Rebuild/Build up of a Rock
Crawling Machine.


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Had 37/14.50/15R on Jeep CJ-7 and with only 2945 miles took them off. These tires are absolutly terrible in the snow. Had to air them down all the way to 3 psi to get them to bite enough to play in deep snow. Still have a set of 265/75/17R on my pick-up, they have about 40,000 miles on them and still have about 7/32 tread. On the icey roads here in Idaho I sometimes feel as if I have roller skates on my pick-up rather than tires. They do not clean out well no matter how fast you spin them they suck in the snow and mud, stiff sidewalls. They are alright for rock crawling when aired down to about 12 psi. Trail riding is marginal as long as you don't run into any mud or creek crossings then they are useless. Pitiful when I could not even go up a slight hill in 2 inch deep snow with out totally mashing the gas.
I have not been in the sand so can't comment on that aspect. Went to 37 inch radial iroks and way happy with their performance.

Rating: 3
Product Details: "Toyo Open Country Mud Terrain MT Tire" by Editor - posted: Tue January 30, 2007 - Rating: ******** 8.02

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