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Old 07-18-2007, 03:40 PM   #1
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Default New maxxis buckshot xmt

Has anyone heard anything on the performance of the new revised buckshot from maxxis? I cant find any pictures but i saw them in my local tire shop and they look awesome. They have a similar tread to the old bfg mts but have the same center lug pattern as the old buckshot. One main noticable difference between the xmt and the old buckshot would be the new side lug pattern. They look really awesome and i was pumped to see maxxis revise update the buckshot. I have a set of buckshots myself and they have been great so i was pumped about updated xmt...
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the bighorns look better
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Old 07-18-2007, 08:21 PM   #4
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you can go on the maxxis.com website and look. I personally like the bighorns. I am trying to decide wether to put the 265/75, 255/85 or the 285/75 on my DC.
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i just got 265/75 cooper stt's and they fill in real nice with a lift. ride reallly good too, a little louder than before. but nothing like the bfg m/t. thats loud as hell
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you can go on the maxxis.com website and look. I personally like the bighorns. I am trying to decide wether to put the 265/75, 255/85 or the 285/75 on my DC.
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Last time checked the maxxix website all they showed was the old buckshot and the bighorn etc.... i personally like the bighorn best myself i have buckshots now due to local availability and insufficient funds..
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