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Hilux off rd tyres

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Have a mate who does a lot of road miles towing a trailer, he put 80,000 on a set of BF goodrich muds, they were nearly slick by the time he took them off.

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My ko2 all terrains are approaching 30k. Still plenty of tread. I run a hilux invincible 3.0l with remap. rd wise they get an easier time in 2wd. Decent off road. The only thing that stops them is heavy clay and that will do the same to any off road tyre. I’ll get the same when they wear out. Good value too really. I think I paid circa 750 fitted for a set. Balanced against lifespan and performance I think that’s well worth it.

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I’ve got hankook mud tyres on my hilux. They seem pretty good and also barely any rumbling. They are on a cherry picker hilux so still get slightly stuck but is a fairly heavy truck

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