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Old 11-26-2010, 05:59 AM
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Some pics of mine with my old TT

My first load, came in around 10K on the trailer and another 1K of marble in the bed
Sharp lookin tires, how many miles do you get outta them
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Old 11-26-2010, 06:21 AM
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Mine are Cooper STTs, 35x12.50x 18. I have around 50,000 on my old truck w/still tread left.
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Old 11-26-2010, 06:43 AM
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Sharp lookin tires, how many miles do you get outta them
I think I have about 33K on them now. I should get at least another 10K. They are a 40K tire and with my use they are holding up pretty good.
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Old 11-26-2010, 07:11 AM
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I think I have about 33K on them now. I should get at least another 10K. They are a 40K tire and with my use they are holding up pretty good.
Thanks, you mentioned on another thread how much you liked them. I haul heavy at times as well. I don't need tires just yet, but thinking about trying something else maybe. I have always had BFG A/T's with great results. Those results come with a big price tag however. I also need a tire with good results on snow.
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Old 11-26-2010, 07:23 AM
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They are pretty good in snow, low heat generating when towing, but they are expensive, I think around 290 when I got them. I offset the cost be selling the conti craps.

To me they are worth it, much better then sitting there with some slicks on.
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I paid more than that for the BFG's. Thanks Senix.
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Silver Lake, having some fun huh? Miss that place
Yes sir. Had a blast! I pulled that jeep out of the water hole, pulled my cousin's stuck silverado off the top of test hill, and helped out a stuck F-350.
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Here is an old 11K 5er job I did in the spring...
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some freshly cut cherry wood for my uncles food stove
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sat her down almost level, running street pressure in rear tires at 50psi
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Not so much at work, but my 02 worked well with the weight so high up... 9'-6" to the top.





The road sure was sloppy on the way down that evening...

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Towed that trailer and New Holland up to Vermont and back for a job.

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My truck has a pretty easy work life, it is after work that it gets a little bit of a workout

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You have no idea how important it is for you to take him out and do that. Kudo's to you for that.
Yeah, he runs around on the four wheeler, the big JD tractor and now my truck. When I asked him what my new truck should look like he said "All black with chrome and tinted windows." 2 weeks later we found this one and bought it without telling the wife (that's another story!)
He's 11 now and I'm hoping to keep it in good shape, keep the repairs up and give it to him when he turns 16. Until then, I'll keep fixing the broken parts and he'll keep trashin around the pasture.
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