Best looking tire & rim combo

Pthorpe84

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#22
Big fan of those tires. Reminds me of the treapador pattern. A local guy has them and they bite really well


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#35
I do love those trail readys. Do you have many issues dealing with ice forming at the bottom of the ring in winter? Or mud and rocks for that matter?


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don't know yet, going into my first winter with them. so far no issues with mud or water in them. also, they required 0 balancing. i simply mounted the tires, bolted them on, and was driving 75mph 5 minutes later without an issue. testament to quality control from TR and Nitto.
 

Pthorpe84

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#36
don't know yet, going into my first winter with them. so far no issues with mud or water in them. also, they required 0 balancing. i simply mounted the tires, bolted them on, and was driving 75mph 5 minutes later without an issue. testament to quality control from TR and Nitto.
My slabs didn’t balance great. Part of that is the MTR-k. Even so, my new Toyo MT still needed quite a big of weight. Everyone else I spoke to said that they didn’t need much balancing.

Word of advice. Check for frozen water in them in the mornings.....or the death wobble monster will get you!


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#37
My slabs didn’t balance great. Part of that is the MTR-k. Even so, my new Toyo MT still needed quite a big of weight. Everyone else I spoke to said that they didn’t need much balancing.

Word of advice. Check for frozen water in them in the mornings.....or the death wobble monster will get you!


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will do. yeah MTRs are notorious for balancing issues. because mine is a DD i chose a combo that favored that.
 
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