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Thread: Best tyres: 99% commuting, occasional beach/offroad

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    A bit of a different brand but iv been running sailun terramax (yes they’re Chinese). Probably won’t use them again as I’m after something a bit more aggressive but iv done 60k and still around 35% tread. Rotated every 10000, no punctures at all. No slips in the wet and have been very reasonable off road. At $130 a tyre I’m not complaining!


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    Quote Originally Posted by MB View Post
    Upon reflection, these great Nitto’s look and feel exactly the same as they were when new bought upon leaving our N/E Victorian healthy farm many months ago :-(





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    Totally agree about the Nittos, I've done 60,000 on a set, expect another 5000kms at least.
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    They are goodens 10G mate!
    Not so sure they’d excell in the serious mud crud due to their circumference sidewalls mold line hindering release and their hardness I haven’t had the opportunity as yet to sub 20psi their flexinessy :-)
    Do honourably rate them so far as the best highway / M/T bang for buck I’ve known in a short 20 say years :-)


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