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Goodyear Wrangler MT/R tyres

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Dedicated to off-road driving An extreme off-road tyre designed to go anywhere and meet any obstacle. With special block design for additional traction and grip, as well as patented Goodyear technology for sidewall penetration protection, the MT/R is ideal for extreme off-road driving. The Wrangler MT/R benefits: -Off-road traction in the wet and the snow -Increased traction properties -Deep surface grip -Increased mud evacuation -Improved resistance to punctures Features: - Centreline blocks & aggressive shoulder blocks - Lateral blocks - Strong lateral notches - Dual tread width/lower tread area - Zigzag grooves - Dura-wall sidewall technology Actions: - Gripping edges - Mud evacuation - Increased tire/road contact - Increased mud evacuation - Sidewall reinforcement

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Wrangler MT/R Reviews

Original equipment fitted to my Defender, I've driven over 40k miles on the original set and will probably get another few months (4-5000 miles) out of them before they need legal replacement. I do a lot of motorway driving (65-80mph cruising), but also lived in the Pyrenees for over 7 months and used these on windy mountain roads as well as rocky tracks, snow and some sand, mud and grass. they've never let me down in any circumstance. I've taken them form beach to 8,000 feet in snowy mountains in a single day and they basically just work wherever. They can be noisy like any mud tyre but they are slow wearing and I never feel compromised on the road by using them. They do also look fantastic if that's important to you (I don't care much myself, but they regularly attract comment). I've looked at others but I'll almost certainly just buy these again when I need new tyres.
CompareTyres user 2023
I have been driving modified 4x4's for many years and always have used BFGs' (MT or KM2) I was talked into these tyres by mates that I thought had an idea what a tyre should be able to do. After the first 5000klm I took them off and threw them away. They dont grip on either wet or dry bitumen. They dont grip in the mud and are less than helpful on wet rocks Goodyear you are a joke! Apart from the complete lack of grip I got more flat tyres in this 5000klm than the other 2million klms I've traveled on BFG's If you buy these tyres after this information you my friend are crazy. Have a nice day From the land of OZ
CompareTyres user 2023
Original equipment fitted to my Defender, I've driven over 40k miles on the original set and will probably get another few months (4-5000 miles) out of them before they need legal replacement. I do a lot of motorway driving (65-80mph cruising), but also lived in the Pyrenees for over 7 months and used these on windy mountain roads as well as rocky tracks, snow and some sand, mud and grass. they've never let me down in any circumstance. I've taken them form beach to 8,000 feet in snowy mountains in a single day and they basically just work wherever. They can be noisy like any mud tyre but they are slow wearing and I never feel compromised on the road by using them. They do also look fantastic if that's important to you (I don't care much myself, but they regularly attract comment). I've looked at others but I'll almost certainly just buy these again when I need new tyres.
CompareTyres user 2023