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I am considering maybe going with a set of 33x13.5x18 Interco Irok radials here in the next year. I was considering a set of regular M/T's but the irok radials are cheaper than most M/T's. The thing is though is i'm trying to find out if they wear down as fast as the other swamper lineup of tires and are they extremely noisy? does anybody have them mounted now or had past experience with them and what kind of mileage did you get out of them and how noisy were they? i'm assuming that with good care (rotating and proper pressure) on a titan that a set of regular M/T's could last 40k miles or so, am i right? thank you for any help.
 

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From what I have heard, they are sticky as hell, but they wear out quickly and are N-O-I-S-Y!
 

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silverstar said:
I am considering maybe going with a set of 33x13.5x18 Interco Irok radials here in the next year. I was considering a set of regular M/T's but the irok radials are cheaper than most M/T's. The thing is though is i'm trying to find out if they wear down as fast as the other swamper lineup of tires and are they extremely noisy? does anybody have them mounted now or had past experience with them and what kind of mileage did you get out of them and how noisy were they? i'm assuming that with good care (rotating and proper pressure) on a titan that a set of regular M/T's could last 40k miles or so, am i right? thank you for any help.
I ran a set of the Irok radials on my old F250, but I only had them on there for maybe 10,000 miles before I got some bigger Boggers. They're just as loud as any other swampers and they're pretty soft so I would say they'll probably last 30k miles at most if you keep them rotated properly. If you're not going to be mudding all the time I wouldn't recommend the Iroks, because they ride like typical Swampers as well.
 

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Ok, well i guess i'll just look at other tires then because i don't want a super noisy tire that rides horrible. i really wish maxxis made a buckshot mudder in a 33x12.5x18!! i love those tires and they are cheap and wear like iron! i'm actually still tossing around the idea of terra graps or the pro comp extreme A/T too. thanks again for the help and info.
 

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Ok, well i guess i'll just look at other tires then because i don't want a super noisy tire that rides horrible. i really wish maxxis made a buckshot mudder in a 33x12.5x18!! i love those tires and they are cheap and wear like iron! i'm actually still tossing around the idea of terra graps or the pro comp extreme A/T too. thanks again for the help and info.
Yeah my dad used to run the buckshots until the price went up alot, then he started getting the Cooper STTs. They ride a little bit better than the buckshots, and they wear about the same (40k+ miles). He also put a set of Terra Graps on his King Ranch and they've been on the truck for 38k miles and still have a good 5-10K miles left. We used the King Ranch to pull our 38ft horsetrailer and my dad's buddy bought it and he pulls a 30 ft grady white alot, we couldn't believe the Terra Graps have lasted this long. I like the Coopers alot because they look agressive, but they ride and wear great! Too bad they don't make 35s for a 22" rim.
 

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MAN, i just looked up those coopers you mentioned and they look awsome! they also make them in a 325/60/18. they look almost identical to the toyo mud countrys. now i gotta find somewhere that sells them and get some prices. thank you.
 

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I had a set of 35*14.50R22's on my f-150 for 40,000 miles and when I sold it they had prob another 10,000 miles on them. Great tire all around. Kinda loud, but good in the snow rain and dry. The ISSUE, having a 35 wrapped on a 22" wheel was the balancing. I had them balance a bunch of times finally ran equal, but still the same. I got used to it at low speeds. For a 18"rim and 33 I think you'll be just fine. Awsome looks. I also had a ton of huge burnouts on them.
 
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