Originally Posted by Jono
I've got Mud Terrains on mine and they're OK for road use... not great.. but OK...lasting about 35K a set. Fantastic in mud..surprisingly enough.. but lousy on wet grass and the like. Daniel's right. A less aggressive pattern is more suitable for towing/launching. I've not come across any need for mud tyres in connection with boating and they knock hell out of suspension bushes/shockers/dampers in everyday use. Would probably put AT pattern on, if I wasn't so pleased with the "Macho" look of my MT's... sad, I know...
Are they BFG mud terrains??? Thought they would last better than that!!! I have Colway M/T on my 110 - brilliant tyres and only Ģ45 each - normally wouldn't touch remoulds but Colway are OK and as there isn't much Motorway use no probs - wear has been greater than I thought - they have done about 15,000 miles and are about 1/2 worn now.
Chunky tyres are great in mud and deep snow but not so good on wet roads etc - on sand they are useless cos they dig in - best tyres on sand are almost bald and aired down to about 10psi for more floatation.