Anyone running the Milestar Patagonia M/T tire?

  1. codylancaster

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    I just got a set too, how have you been liking them so far?

    I have some vibration, noticeable in the steering wheel (wobbles at certain speed) and can can feel it just around 55ish. I think it is improper balance and will have it checked.
     
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    No probs here, did you get new wheels too? If so you might need hub adapter rings if your wheels aren't hubcentric.
     
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    Sounds like the shop did a poor job balancing your tires. I have had two sets (38s and 40s) with no issues.

    I actually have a third set (38s) waiting to go on the 2020 JLUR I ordered.
     
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    I appreciate the feedback. Yea, the center bore is 78.1, going to get a set to have them put on when i have them check the balance. Just ordered, be here tomorrow!
     
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    Carlton, what wheels are your running in your profile pic?
     
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    Vision Nemesis.

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    Just installed mine. Good ride and can't beat the price. 315/70/17

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    How many miles do you all have your Patagonia's? I know they aren't rated for 60,000 miles like KO2s but I definitely don't want to be replacing tires after 20,000. Majority of my driving will be on the highway and city streets like everyone else but I'd like to upgrade to 35s without breaking the bank.
     
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    Funny thing you mentioned this. The day after I got mine, I had a strong wheel shimmy at 55+. It became nauseating at 65+ and tough to hold the wheel. I took it back to DT for rebalance. Turns out, I had 2 tires that were out of round and they had to order 2 new tires.
     
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    I've had 2 set's now, 37s and 38s and never had a problem.
     
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    How do you like the KM3?
     
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    It’s just my luck lol
     
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    Thanks, I was hoping to find a review of someone running 275/70/18s on a Sahara. I’ve a couple of concerns - I’m running in Canada and Michigan, so snow and ice are an important bit. I’m leaning to the KO2s still because of the severe snow rating.

    Do you need the oversized tire relocation mount for 33” on 18” rims tires on the Sahara?
     
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    33s mount right up. No modifications needed.
     
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    I have almost 10k in mine and they are wearing fast. I’m actually disappointed. I was hoping to get 25-30k out of them but it’s looking like I’ll be lucky to get 20k. I easily got 35k out of my nittos over the year and could still sell them used with good tread. I’ve rotated them every 3k so far. I should have expected this for as soft and light as they are. 38” mostly highway driving
     
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