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ranger1104

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Registered: 03/27/11
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been looking at cut tires and really like the deep lugs looks really agressive
and alot lighter but my truck is a bogg truck / wood truck and was wondering how they would hold up in the woods or should i run uncut tires thank you


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Registered: 03/24/11
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my truck has cut tires on it and i consider it a "bog" truck but im never going to bring it out in the woods, imo if your going to run in the wood i would not cut them

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ranger1104

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thanks man kinda what i was thinking so un cut tires will be it


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X2 On what pun said wouldn't recommend cutting them if your gonna run in the woods 
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Registered: 04/04/11
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You can mildly cut them to give you better bite without getting too crazy and losing durability... more of a "regroove" than a "cut & scoop" if that makes sense...  get the best of both worlds!

My buddy beats the crap out of his every where we go and have had no problems.
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