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    New Tires Milestar Patagonia

    I have been looking around for new tires for a few weeks now. I am beginning to weigh my options on 38's or 40's when I decide to do some more upgrading. I noticed lots of folks running the Milestar Patagonia's. I was even more ecstatic to see that they offer a 38X13.50's in a 17. They do have a unique tread pattern, but the more I look at it the more I like it. The patter does resemble the Goodyear Duratracs. Which was widely regarded as one of the best tires in a 33 and 35. Check them out....What do you think?

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    Iím really liking them. Why do you want a 13.5 wide tire?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Xkid View Post
    Iím really liking them. Why do you want a 13.5 wide tire?


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    Itís not that I want a 13.5 tire. But most 38ís are 14.5 to 15.5 wide for a 17Ē rim. Iím running 37X13.50 now and they do fine.


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    2015 JKU Hard Rock, 3.5" Game Changer-Rock Sport, 37" Toyo M/T, Overline Fenders, M/C Full Stinger Bumper, GenRight Fusion Rear Stubby Bumper, Poison Spyder Tire Carrier, M/C Rock Sliders, Warn Power Plant HD, Viair Constant Duty with Tank, 17" ATX Slabs, Evo Skid Plates, Cheap Chinese Lights, Factor 55 Flat Link, ApolloIntec Switch Pod, 48" Hi-Lift, Dynomax Exhaust

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    Ive seen lots of good reviews on them but mostly from folks out west. Want to know how they handle our southern clay.

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    Just ran the Patagonia's through the Rubicon on four rigs, and they grabbed the rocks like a champ! The bonus is when we drove home, they are SUPER quiet... almost freakishly so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matsonian View Post
    Just ran the Patagonia's through the Rubicon on four rigs, and they grabbed the rocks like a champ! The bonus is when we drove home, they are SUPER quiet... almost freakishly so.

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    How was the initial sidewall flex when aired down? Take some time to break in?

    Also, what did the tred look like after the ride? Lots of scars?


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