#1
well, i was just wondering... i'm buying an old chevy pickup with like a 7 inch lift and 36 inch tires...

theyre going to wear down eventually, and i'm going to have to get new ones...


anyone know a good tire that does well in the mud (cause i like to play around and stuff... =]) and snow/ice (cause i live in the mountains and the snow gets around 4 feet deep every year...)

and, that also has great mileage on the paved roads, highways mostly...?

and looks relatively mean....?


haha, thanks for the help in advance guys...
#3
My dad's a mechanic I guess I could ask him when he gets home if you're willing to wait that long .
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#6
Do you actually spell it 'tires' in IDAHO!!? It's spelt 'tyres' where I'm from.
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Do you actually spell it 'tires' in IDAHO!!? It's spelt 'tyres' where I'm from.

Yes, it's "tires."
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Do you actually spell it 'tires' in IDAHO!!? It's spelt 'tyres' where I'm from.

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#11
Tyres is British English used a lot in some parts of the world for all the Americans that are here... Just an older spelling
#12
All I know about tires is that they're not square and that you can tie a big one with a rope between two trees to make it into a fun playing divice for children.