[Market-farming] Truck Tires

Errol Castens castens at peoplepc.com
Thu Nov 6 21:23:07 EST 2003

Allan, mud tires are louder than conventionals, but I've never found them unbearably so. They are far superior to conventionals on soft ground or even on wet grass. 

It would be hard for me to address mudders' performance in snow. When we have a rare coverage of the white stuff, I stay home for a day or so -- out of the way of the idiots who absolutely have to go to the grocery store and who, combined with our resident deer population, make it possible for body shop owners to retire at 29.

Errol Castens
Oxford, Mississippi

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> I'm looking to put new tires on my farm-use F250. This truck is 
> pretty much used on the farm and ocassionally for hauling heavy loads 
> on the hwy relativly short distances. it is NOT a delivery truck, per 
> se. It is also the family's primary snow vehicle. I'd go with MUD 
> tires, I think, but the tire shops are telling me that they are 
> unbearably loud on the road and that they need to be rotated every 
> 3000 miles (which, probably, is less than once a year). Maybe the 
> question is: are "all weather' tires good enough for a farm vehicle.

> -Allan

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