quote:That's funny you mention the balance problem. I had a set of Dunlop SP 9000's in 215-50-17 which wouldn't balance. For more than $900 a set, I expected more. I swapped them for some Eagle F1's and haven't looked back. I had kind of overlooked the balance thing with the RVxt's and am thankful that you brought it back to my attention. Looks like the Grabbers might just be the way to go. I like the look of the Revo's in a 225-70-15 but don't want to pay $700+ for the set.
Originally posted by Huhwhye: I like the look of the RVXT's too. But I was scared off the RVXTs by reports of tires having trouble balancing and tires being out of round. And that Dunlop has not resolved this problem that goes back many years to older designs that use the same carcass. My off road friends have experienced this as well as hearing reports on message boards. My last set of tires on my Ranger were BFG AT's and I loved them. But they cost too much and I can't justify that cost right now. I'm looking at getting a 235-70-16.
Quote:Have you seen any AT2s with miles on them? Tire Rack's 1st review is from 7/20/05. Did you just graduate from college?
the same crappy tires from your college days