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Fury Country Hunter M/T 40x13.5x17???

Old 08-11-2018, 05:39 AM
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Does anybody know anything about the Fury tires? I have a chance to grab a set of 40s for a very very sweet deal, just dont know anything about them. Looks like a major producer for the larger rim sizes, but curious as to their performance off road. Specs seem to line up with the Nitto from what I can see but there is a E load rating instead of aC which I believe is a higher ply rating.

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https://www.furytires.com/mt

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Old 08-11-2018, 10:46 AM
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Never heard of them. Lots of customer pics on that site, though. Pretty easy to see what market segment they are going for, mostly fullsize trucks into bling.


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I read some reviews and they all said the same. They were getting 25k-30k miles out of them and some had balancing issues. From a technical standpoint, they never explained their tire rotations maintenance or why they were having balancing issues. If i was running 20"+ wheels I'd give them try, especially if I came across a good deal.
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That doesn't sound too good. I have over 60k on my Trail Grapplers. And issues with balancing across the board usually point to poor build quality.
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E rating is good for big heavy trucks that haul heavy loads, not so good for a jeep tire unless you are just a poser.
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