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Jeep Project CJ-7

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


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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.

Rating: 8
Product Details: "Fuel Off-Road Mud Gripper MT" by Editor - posted: Wed March 4, 2015 - Rating: ******** 8.00

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