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New 37" Goodyear Mtrs pics

Discussion in 'Tires & Wheels' started by fury, November 17, 2005.

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  1. fury

    fury Active Member

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    Just wanted to post some pics of the new Goodyear Mtrs i got a while ago.
    Its been smooth sailing ever since. I noticed immediatly the ride diference between the mtrs and the old beatup DC fun country radials i had before. Just the more aggrisive look alone did it for me the ride comfort was icing on the cake. They also handled pretty good in the mud in cleaning themselves off. On the road you have a nice smooth ride and if u listen carefully you can hear a little humming comming from the tires. Not to loud just enough.
    In my opinion a good all around tire to have.

    Thanks


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  3. 410Fortune

    410Fortune Firewood Season Staff Member Moderator

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    that things friggin huge! Good job! haha

    UI love my 35" MTR;s
    Ride smooth!

    They are kinda like hockey pucks on ice though I have learned lately.
    I will be putting my 33" DC FC II's back on for the winter.

    hahaha

    those MTR's in Moab = glue
     
  4. FROADER

    FROADER Moderator Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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    My next tire exactly right there. Looks good. :thumbsup:
     
  5. XplorerKid

    XplorerKid Rolling on 37"s

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    whats the approx amount of lift? I wann ago solid and sit bout that high over my 37" MT/Rs, also those on 15x10s right? Damn i really need some 10"s they look so much better than 8"s

    Looks good
     
  6. hiridin

    hiridin Active Member

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    i have about 13.5"-14" of lift and i sit nowheres near that high. thats got to be ALOT of lift. 18" 19"? by the way looks good. :thumbsup: jus need to widen that thing up a bit. its a little tall to be soo narrow.
     
  7. ExplorerDMB

    ExplorerDMB Moderator/Technician Moderator Emeritus

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    I would like a set of MTRs for sure. wish I would of gotten them in the first place

    -Drew
     
  8. '97 V8

    '97 V8 Well-Known Member

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    sigh...thats all i can say. i want a SAS conversion. wicked truck man, nice tires.
     

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