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    Goodyear Wrangler MTR 38x14.50r17

    Hello, anyone running these tires? If so curious on the lift/wheels/backspacing setup youíre running.
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    Ran them on my last JKU-R, but not on the JL, so not exactly apples/apples. But I ran them with the Mopar 4" lift on some cheap 17x9 wheels with 4" BS. I have considered running them for snow season, they are just sitting around collecting dust
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    Garbage. The MTRís are some of the worst mud terrain tires you can buy.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJL View Post
    Garbage. The MTRís are some of the worst mud terrain tires you can buy.


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    Interesting opinion considering the vast majority of the reviews on them are great.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJL View Post
    Garbage. The MTRís are some of the worst mud terrain tires you can buy.
    Quote Originally Posted by DEFCON1 View Post
    Interesting opinion considering the vast majority of the reviews on them are great.
    I've never run them but I've heard nothing about negative feedback from owners that did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DEFCON1 View Post
    Interesting opinion considering the vast majority of the reviews on them are great.


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    Great so buy them and run them then.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJL View Post
    Great so buy them and run them then.


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    Ya... thatís what weíre trying to accomplish by addressing setup questions. Thanks for your insight.


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    To add some personal insight, I've run the current style MTR's on 4 different rigs, in 3 different sizes, in all manner of off-road conditions, and have had nothing but positive experiences with them. I did run a set of 35's in the first generation MTR that wasn't such a great experience, but I had bought them used and that proved to have been a poor decision. I would personally not hesitate to run another set, or recommend them to anyone that asks about them
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