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I had these on a Toyota for 2 years and there isn't ANYTHING close to out pulling these in MS. mud... PERIOD.

Everyone knows these are the DOG'S BALLS for mud, just except it or you're an IDIOT.

On pavement, these SOB's HUM harder than a $5.00 hooker on Main St and LOUDER. They'll ruin a daily driver by rattling it to death.

They are hard to keep balanced and don't last long on pavement. My set had about 15k on them and MIGHT have made it to 30k on a light Yota if I'd kept them on. I bought them for the WOW factor since know had them in 94' in my area.

I might buy them again since my commute is a total of 6 miles / day! These are just the nastiest tires by looks ever....

Rating: 10
Product Details: "Super Swamper TSL Bogger" by Editor - posted: Thu January 25, 2007 - Rating: ********* 9.15


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Buckshots have been around for a long time. These were the tires like Super Swampers that came out back in the day and are hard to beat.

I've had a set on a Tacoma when they first came out.... you can get 40-50k off a set running on pavement as well. These tires pull great and are cheap, doesn't get better than that. Some won't use them due to being too narrow, no cool graphics on it or a parlor name but who cares.

Rating: 10
Product Details: "Maxxis MT-754 Buckshot MT Mud Terrain Tire" by Editor - posted: Wed July 16, 2008 - Rating: ****** 6.44


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I don't know about these tires on heavy trucks but I've had a set on a Taco that lasted over 50k with a small amount of tread left. I don't mean SLICK either but took them off as they did diminish off-road naturally and are CHEAP.

These tires do hum a bit but what mud terrain tire doesn't???? They are not nearly, as bad as, Boggers with humming but they don't pull as well obviously.

This is a tire that handles dirt, gravel, sand (mine were 325/60/18 with less than 10psi) and mud with any mud terrain tire. You're not going to a MUD BOG with these but anything can get stuck if you TRY hard enough. They pull right with the BG Goodwrich Mud TA, Cepek Mud, Goodyear and most of the others except the Bogger or Super Swamper. The good thing though is you can drive on the pavement without rattling your brains or bolts out either.

Rating: 10
Product Details: "Maxxis MT-762 BigHorn Mud Terrain Tire" by Editor - posted: Tue July 15, 2008 - Rating: ******** 8.38

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