Let's see those lifted 2 doors...

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They have worn very fast, lots of cupping, very floaty feeling on and off trail, chunk for anything, traction is subpar compared to either the stock Firestones or Nittos, and generally feel terrible in any setting. Maybe it’s because I had stuff Nittos before these, but they overall feel terrible. I know plenty of people that have had a great experience with them, but I’ve put over 30k on the since February and am just not pleased….and already need to replace them.
Mine started to cup when I was running too low of a pressure. I keep them close to 37 psi now. Also rotate every 3k miles.
 

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Mine started to cup when I was running too low of a pressure. I keep them close to 37 psi now. Also rotate every 3k miles.
I rotate every 3k miles but at least for the 38’s, there max load is 35psi so I run them at 32-33.
 

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Memorial Day weekend at Drummond Island. 3.5" Tereflex lift and 35x12x17 tires with a -6 offset.
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