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    Default Fierce Attitude M/T

    Hey boys. Just wanted to drop a preliminary review on some new tires I haven't heard much about. They're the Fierce Attitude M/Ts (305/70R16) http://www.fiercetires.com. They're made by Goodyear and if you call the number on the website it connects you directly to Goodyear/Kelly. I've put about 500 miles on them and so far I'm digging them. I hit some trails in Dunn, NC with some of that sloppy black mud and they didn't skip a beat. The wide voids clear easily and they seem to be wearing nicely on-road. I've also run through some of that red Carolina clay with the same results. I should be hitting up some sand out East within the next couple of weeks. Best part is $155/tire shipped from CA to NC from http://discounttires.com/. I figured they were cheap enough to give 'em a try and my money has been well-spent so far. I'll keep updating as I wheel. Hope this helps.
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    They are awesome tires... now just to find a decent set of 16" rims so that I can get some to replace my stock looking tires (which aren't worth a crap in any surface other than pavement) which have bulges in them...

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    Default UPDATE: Sand Performance

    I took the Jeep out to Carolina Beach this weekend and the really did well in the sand. I never needed to air down. They have a great wide footprint that kept me floating over the really loose areas. Overall, I highly recommend these tires. Hope this helps.

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    Thanks bud

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    Thanks for the recommendation..........cool tire with a nice tread pattern.
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    Yep, Thanks, I am about 98% sold on these things.
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    mileage update report?

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    I have these same tires on my truck got them at px metric equivalent to a 34 all for 740 mount and balance. I have put around 6000miles on them and you can hardly tell. They are quite yet aggressive. They tow well and I have drivin in mud, snow and rain no problems. Between these tires and the factory trac lock in my truck I only had to put it in 4x4 twice this winter. I love these tires so far and would recommend them to anyone.
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    I have these tires on my Rubicon as well, and so far they haven't let me down. The tread is wearing evenly and slowly. So far I have 20,000 miles on my set, and they still have tons of tread. Plus they incorporate rim protectors, and have some gnarly side biting tread. Aired down, they grip rocks great, and I have yet to have a flat or puncture. Well worth the inexpensive price of each tire!
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    I just saw this. They look close to the Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac, which is marketed as an AT. Interesting.
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