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Thread: Tyre Feedback - Federal Couragia MT

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    I need some new tyres and will be checking these out for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timbo View Post
    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.

    Hahaha yeah. But I didn't miss that point when I was pointing it out to my bro hahaha!

    But yeah, questions on tyres always bring out massively different opinions and stories.


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    Just took it home lastnight with these tyres and on road I am very happy. Compared to the old Mongrels they are quiet and great in the wet!

    Taking it out in the mud this weekend so will let you know how they perform off road!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchgq View Post
    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)
    I would love to see what sort of comparison you can give us between the two cheaper tyres seeing as you have run both Mitch. (Bighorns vs Couragia MT)...what where your thoughts here? Cheers mate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AB View Post
    Just took it home lastnight with these tyres and on road I am very happy. Compared to the old Mongrels they are quiet and great in the wet!

    Taking it out in the mud this weekend so will let you know how they perform off road!
    Well we are waiting for your Tyre Review AB...lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Dogman View Post
    Well we are waiting for your Tyre Review AB...lol
    So far so good but those tracks on the weekend were quite tamed so I'll have to take them out locally in the mud for a better test.

    However, did a lot of rocky and clay climbs and they gripped very well. The spacing in between lugs allowed the mud to come out easily as well.

    On road I am happy with the performance for long trips too...I'll take them out soon around my area and get back to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AB View Post
    So far so good but those tracks on the weekend were quite tamed so I'll have to take them out locally in the mud for a better test.

    However, did a lot of rocky and clay climbs and they gripped very well. The spacing in between lugs allowed the mud to come out easily as well.

    On road I am happy with the performance for long trips too...I'll take them out soon around my area and get back to you.
    Too late mate, ordered some today, at the price and the reviews I have read they could be a good thing.........we have to try these things for ourselves anyway as everyone has their own opinions on everything these days..
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    Got the first 2 put on the rear of The Q today.
    1. Bit noisy, but I don't care.
    2. A lot softer ride on the rear now which is great.

    The front 2 will go on next weekend and then I will give them a bit of a flogging and see what happens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Dogman View Post
    Got the first 2 put on the rear of The Q today.
    1. Bit noisy, but I don't care.
    2. A lot softer ride on the rear now which is great.

    The front 2 will go on next weekend and then I will give them a bit of a flogging and see what happens.
    I find mine were very quiet but I guess I am comparing them to a set of Mongrels which sounded like a helicopter flying next to you...LMAO

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    Had a set a few years back and have to say they were pretty good when new especially when down around 12-15 pounds. Never lost a bead. However they are not that tough and after a couple of years all the sidewalls failed one after each other (Plus I had one split across the tread on the motorway. Had about 2 seconds warning then Bang). Thoroughly enjoyed them but would not but them again. Currently running Maxis Buckshot mudders in 33" and Simex Extreme Trekers in 35". Spend a bit more money and get some tires that will last the distance.

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