I had a set of wild country TXR's on my rodeo and they kicked ass. They have great traction in the snow and mud. They wear nicely too, i had 30,000 or so on them and they still looked practically new when i sold the car. I plan to get a set for my runner before winter this year.
My new Wild Country TXR's 6 ply have been through hell for the past couple of weeks and if they continue acting as they have I will buy another set as soon as needed.
Mud, water , rocks , dry dirt and sand they have been great! Don't know why anyone would spend big money for the big brand name tires.
Mine also worked great the other day when someone decided to make a fast stop dead in front of me in a pouring down rain. I was doing about 60 when i hit the brakes and the truck never slid at all! Just stopped dead straight on a dime. The fact that I have about #250 in tools in my truck bed tool box may be the reason I had different results on wet pavement than the post above, Mike
Last edited by Beartracker; 08-28-2005 at 06:21 AM.