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Old 12-21-2010, 12:56 PM
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They all look good and very aggressive. The real question is which one is going to do the job you intend for it and also give you the best ride/handling on normal roads. For me, the really aggressive tires make more noise going down the road than I want to hear for the rare occasions I'd be out playing.

They'll also kill your mpg. Now if you have the $$, I'd get some really aggressive tires that you can toss in the garage for when you're going to play and keep good regular tires on the truck the rest of the time. Kind of a pain to have two sets of tires and wheels, but it would give you the best of both worlds.
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