Milestar Patagonia M/T - Anyone running these? Great reviews at a low price point.

WrenchnWheel

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#61
Little bit of a review for these tires since I've had them for about 6k now. Tire noise has increased a decent amount, to the point where i get a vibration from 65-72mph and its quite annoying. Other than that, they grip better than all terrains, even on the road it seems because of the softer tread. I like them on the rocks as well. (Did Rubicon on open diffs with rear locker engaged for maybe 60 seconds the whole way)
 

eimkeith

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#62
Little bit of a review for these tires since I've had them for about 6k now. Tire noise has increased a decent amount, to the point where i get a vibration from 65-72mph and its quite annoying. Other than that, they grip better than all terrains, even on the road it seems because of the softer tread. I like them on the rocks as well. (Did Rubicon on open diffs with rear locker engaged for maybe 60 seconds the whole way)
all of that sounds like a soft compound tire to me. (fantastic)
 

Arcticelf

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#64
Little bit of a review for these tires since I've had them for about 6k now. Tire noise has increased a decent amount, to the point where i get a vibration from 65-72mph and its quite annoying. Other than that, they grip better than all terrains, even on the road it seems because of the softer tread. I like them on the rocks as well. (Did Rubicon on open diffs with rear locker engaged for maybe 60 seconds the whole way)
Interesting. I haven't noticed a change in noise at highway speed, but they shake and rumble at 2mph.
 

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