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Old 08-16-2009, 06:22 PM   #1
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I was wondering what exactly are the differences between the mtr and mt tires? I can hold a crimefighter mt tire right beside an mtr tire and cannot tell a difference. There has to be a difference or else they wouldnt be categorized differently

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I was wondering what exactly are the differences between the mtr and mt tires? I can hold a crimefighter mt tire right beside an mtr tire and cannot tell a difference. There has to be a difference or else they wouldnt be categorized differently

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MTR tires are MUCH narrower. They have about 1/2 the sidewall of the normal MT tires. They are both outdated now.
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MTR tires are MUCH narrower. They have about 1/2 the sidewall of the normal MT tires. They are both outdated now.
Yea i know their outdated but i found a bucket of like 3-4 full sets of tires still-in-package that i dont just wanna throw out. There all mt tires to haha! the new thing is vtr, lpr, calibers, and aka's now Boy how things have changed within the last year and a half!!
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