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Re: D*ck Cepek Mud Country anyone?

Here are the Copper STT's...Just got them this week...So far so good!! Handling is the same if not better than the stock tires on the road so far...They are extremely silent on the road and work wonders in sand and loose gravel...These are stock size 265/70/17...



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Re: D*ck Cepek Mud Country anyone?

I really like the look of these muds. Think Im gonna go do some cookies on the stockers so I can get these sooner.
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I really like the look of these muds. Think Im gonna go do some cookies on the stockers so I can get these sooner.
They really do make the truck look like it was supposed to look like!! Talked to a few guys who have this tires on their fords, etc. and said they are great tires and all got about 50,000 miles out of them...
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Re: D*ck Cepek Mud Country anyone?

So, I'm searching for tire info. and ran into this old thread. Looks like it headed to the Mountaincats and STTs, despite the title. I'm interested in the DC Mud Country and how they handle in the rain and on the road. Anybody?

For those running the Mud Country in a 33X12.50-17, what is your wheel offset? I'm looking at a 3in. Toytec lift and wheels with a -11mm offset. Anybody with similar mods to lend some info. or advice? I'm sure the "body mount chop" will be a necessity, but will I still have rubbing off road? What does everyone think? Thanks for any help or advice.
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Here are the Copper STT's...Just got them this week...So far so good!! Handling is the same if not better than the stock tires on the road so far...They are extremely silent on the road and work wonders in sand and loose gravel...These are stock size 265/70/17...




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Re: Dick Cepek Mud Country anyone?

nice looking FJ Corey

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Re: Dick Cepek Mud Country anyone?

I ran a set of 33x16 DC muds and they are nice and sticky on the rocks.You wont be disappointed.Good all around tire IMO.

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