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ynt

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We just purchased some Blem Mud Bogger Claw or Grip style 15 inch and 16 inch tires which are perfect for mudding or 4x4 off road adventures. They have super gnarly 30/32 tread depth.

The blem is that the print on the sidewall was not correct so the distributor rejected the tires. The names had to be lightly buffed off the sidewall so they are being sold as a blemish tire with no brand name on the sidewall. The buffing was carefully done as not to hurt the integrity of the tire. Blem tires are sold as is with no warranty. Also the letters "NHS" are branded on the sidewall standing for "Non Highway Service".

We have these in two sizes only: 31x9.50-15 that replaces 7.00x15, 235/75R15, 30x9.50R15 and 31x10.50R15. The other size is a 33x10.50-16 designed to replace 7.50x16, 235/85R16, and 255/85R16.

Prices $119 for 15 inch and $129 16 inch with free shipping. Give us a call at 1-888-513-8473 or search mud blem on ebay and our listings will show up. They are a great tire and we have little use for them in Nebraska but want to help out the rest of the 4x4 Jeep off road fans.

 

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blackzj

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Are you going to be making bigger sizes I'd be interested and how much do they weight
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ynt

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We currently can only get them in 15 or 16 inch. Check them out New at http://www.yournexttire.com and search "mud blem"
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mkpaint

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make them in a 36x15 and i'll take a set. look just like buckshot mudders
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mudmachine22

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they look like the old gumbo mudders, have any 36x12.5r16 or close
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ynt,
 I saw that these tires say not for high way use? what is the reasoning for this? are the tires safe for on road use or not?
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ynt

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Because they are blem tire the manufacturer and dot got buffed off some of them, thus making them a NHS tire. They will be super noisy on the road, will kill your gas mileage and are meant for off road with that deep of a tread. They are also a bias tire and not radial like most road tires.
Check out Buckshot Wide Mudders for reviews, almost identical tire. At this time they only come in 2 sizes: 31x9.50-15 or 33x10.50-16. Give me a call at 1-888-513-8473 with any further questions.
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Fruitville1

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How bout scroll down on your computer to FOR SALE section and post them there....
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Mudder1256

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nice might need a few of these my tires are basicley bald.
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toyoflatbd

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i ordered a set of these . they dig! ive got a set mounted on jeep mags f/s 
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tombstone

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Best mudding tires??Maybe a newer/good set of Gnarly 35's??
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toyoflatbd

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tires suck to drive on  sway all over the place on hard road , but they do digg pretty good
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Mud Slanger

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I had some buckshot tires years ago when they were called Grip Spurs.
bad on roads but awesome in the mud, never got stuck!
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