Amp tires

Wildmanben

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Anybody have a review of extended use with we amp terrain gripper or the amp terrain pro A-T?

Looking at reviews o it seems people love them or get a set of bad tires that don't balance and wobble. Seems very inconsistent. Who's tried them?

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kubitza123

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I haven't used the AT but my 35-12.50x20 MT are at 30k and should make 40 before they need replacement.

I'm sure I'll buy them again since I can get them for $220ea out the door or the AT I can get for $180ea.
 

Wildmanben

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Been running them now for maybe 4000 miles, they really balanced like shit so much vibration and wobble. I put some balancing beads in the tires as opposed to the normal lead weights on the rim, and that actually helped a lot. Great tires off road and in snow e excellent traction. But highway not so good

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HWI

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I am running the Terrain Pro. Came from KO2s, these are a good bit cheaper, run just as good in the dirt and light mud, and look like they are going to last way longer. No problems with balancing for me.
 

battlegraduate09

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Just trying to get my 1st post..
More productive than i was today, with this friggin weather.....lol


buddy of mine ran the amp tires after buying a 6osht that had worn 37s on it. They done great for him,no problem balancing either. tires will probably outlast the truck
 

Duramax710

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The amp terrain grippers look a little bit more aggressive then the at pro and only carry a 45k mile warranty. They did have a couple bad batches of tires from a bad mold in the last year.

The at pro is an excelllent tire for the money. No balancing issues at all and have a 60k mike warranty. It looks identical to a bfg ko2.
 

LBZ

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I might give the m/t’s a try in a 275/65r20 on stock wheels. Still running the factory pensioners for summers and two tires have plugs in them now so not sure if I trust them off pavement at all anymore. I’d try the a/t but they don’t have as high of a load rating as the m/t.
 

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