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Thread: Tyre Feedback - Federal Couragia MT

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    Tyre Feedback - Federal Couragia MT

    Anyone running these bad boys?
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    Good timing!

    Not my first choice in tyres but I scored a brand new set of 5 of these at a price I couldn't say no to, so I'm going to give them a whirl and see...

    I have heard a lot of mixed reviews about them (both bad and good) and I am putting these on tomorrow with new rims and taking them out for a test run...I'll let you know!

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    Yeah i have heard they are good in mud but are noisy on road but work well for what they are designed for mud

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    My brother-in-law swears by them.

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    The pattern looks good. Plenty of space in between lugs too...

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    Yeah they price is certainly nice but talk about mixed reviews...Let us know how you roll AB. Im either going Maxxis Bighorns again or these bad boys methinks....Input welcomed.
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    I will be getting a set of these fitted very soon in 35's, I have a mate running them on a GU ute in 35" and he loves them
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    My brother has a set on his troopy in 35s.....absolutely cr@p I'm sorry to say. Last time he was up home we were playing on slippery red clay and they just wouldn't pull him up the hill. I was idling past him in the trol with my 33" Cooper stt's. I can post a video too! Lol. They might work better with a bit less air pressure and they might come into their own in the sloppier mud but that day they were crap! Hopefully the couragias work better on a troll.
    BUT..... Another bloke had them on his 40 series wagon and swears by them! Definitely way mixed reviews!

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    Quote Originally Posted by taslucas View Post
    My brother has a set on his troopy in 35s.....absolutely cr@p I'm sorry to say. Last time he was up home we were playing on slippery red clay and they just wouldn't pull him up the hill. I was idling past him in the trol with my 33" Cooper stt's. I can post a video too! Lol. They might work better with a bit less air pressure and they might come into their own in the sloppier mud but that day they were crap! Hopefully the couragias work better on a troll.
    BUT..... Another bloke had them on his 40 series wagon and swears by them! Definitely way mixed reviews!

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    To be fair, I think you're missing the point here.

    Toyota vs. Nissan.

    Not a fair comparison putting the Couragia's on a Toymota.


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    just got them in 35/12.5/15 check my build thread for pics..... i cant fault them what so ever. i have run bighorns, BFG km2s now the couragias and they are quiet on the road for a mud tyre, good road manners in the wet on bitumen and unreal grip!!!, as for above stories of being no good to many factors, to just make the rulling there crap (tyre pressures/vehicle weight/Open diff VS LSD etc), for $325 a tyre fitted im happy as. ( i live in a mining town so everything is frikin dear as)

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