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waugu wrote:I ran nankangs on my truck and the went really well especialy for what you pay,
I work for Beaurepairs and been in tyres for a few years now, sold a heap of nankang n889's ,big forestry tyre due to giving huge milage and chunky grip in my area (Gisborne) not sure wot they like in snow as it dont snow much up here but in my opinion they are gud for the price, Maxxis does the identical tread pattern called a Buckshot Just as good but twice the price.
waugu wrote:mudstars are more round the 200 mark each buckshots prob looking more round the 300 mark each, I c ant remeber exact prices but I do know the reason for going with the n889 was the price diference was huge and you wernt gaining much with the buckshots.
waugu wrote:in saying all that I know the last time I was trying to order 33's in the n889 they wer'nt available in the country
mudgripz wrote:Just a progress report on the wear and performance of the 33" Nankang N889 Mudstars I puton my truck 18 months ago.
They have proved a darn good offroad tyre, biting well in all types of terrain. Also very pleased with wear as they have done over 30,000ks on my lwb and still haven't used half tread. I would estimate they will do round 75-80,000ks if run right out. Does need to be rotated front to rear every 6000ks.
In all, good performance and very good mileage at a budget price. If you want a genuinely good all round mudgrip but don't want to spend much, go for it.
From experience, I recommend this tyre.
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