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If you want to test the capabilities of your SUV and explore the wilderness, mud terrain tires can be a perfect choice. They have an aggressive tread pattern that gives traction off-road, as well as reinforced sidewalls that will resist punctures. Used mud terrain tires are the easiest yet most effective performance upgrade that can be done to your car. Let’s find out their pros and cons.
What are mud terrain tires?
New or used mud terrain tires are used for driving in mud, sand, gravel and other similar surfaces. While all-terrain tires are specially crafted for a versatile performance, mud terrain tires are designed for one purpose only — and that is off-road driving. They excel in what all-terrain tires lack; rocky terrains and deep mud are no problem for them.
Mud terrain tires feature large and staggered tread blocks with big void areas between them. This type of tread allows them to provide great traction on rough terrains and to not get stuck in deep mud. The large tread blocks with wide channels are pushing the mud and the rocks out so that the tire doesn’t get stuck or spin endlessly. The sidewalls are also more durable so that the tire doesn’t get damaged when going through rough terrains.
Pros of new or used mud terrain tires
Aggressive tread pattern
Large tread blocks
Stone and mud ejectors
Multiple ply layer construction.
Cons of new or used mud terrain tires
Decreased road traction
Increased fuel consumption
Shorter tread life
Are used mud terrain tires good on the road?
Mud terrain tires were not built for the streets, so not only are they not efficient, but are also a huge waste of money if not driven off-road. The noise will be higher compared to other tires, the fuel consumption will increase and the ride will not be comfortable. And besides this, the handling will be reduced and the tread will wear much faster.
Sure, you can drive new or used mud terrain tires on the street occasionally if it’s super urgent, but definitely do not use your SUV equipped with mud-terrain tires for your daily commute or just a regular visit to the supermarket. You will save more money in the long term if you use all-terrain tires for your daily activities, and only put the mud tires on when you actually need them.
Do mud terrain tires work on snow?
Large treads of new or used mud terrain tires in good condition are self-cleaning. This allows them to eject mud and gravel and offer good traction off-road. But when driving on the snow, these wide channels will fill and the snow will get stuck there, reducing grip and traction.
Their rubber compounds will harden up in low temperatures, reducing performance even more. So in case of heavy snow or ice, you should definitely use dedicated winter tires or at least make sure that your mud terrain tires have the M+S or Mountain Snowflake pictogram on them.
What are the best used mud terrain tires?
When it comes to new or used mud-terrain tires, you have a wide variety of options from multiple brands. Some of the best manufacturers that are making these tires are Americus, Arctic Claw, BFGoodrich, Bridgestone, Continental, Cooper, Dunlop, Falken, Firestone, Goodyear, Hankook, Michelin and Pirelli.
UTires customers’ favorite models of used mud terrain tires:
How many miles to expect from new and used mud terrain tires?
This depends on factors such as the brand and the model, but most important of all on the style of driving and the terrains it is driven on. So depending on these factors, you can expect between 20,000 and 40,000 miles from your mud tires.
Choosing used mud terrain tires is also a good option, as you can find models with plenty of tread left at significantly lower prices. Some stores including ours even offer “driven once” tires that are just as new and have the full tread left, yet they are cheaper than new ones.
Where to buy used mud terrain tires?
If you decide to buy used tires from a random person on the internet or in a local store, you need to pay great attention to their condition — things like rotting, broken pieces, punctures, patches, and more. If you shop in a big online used tires store, most likely all of these aspects are taken care of.
Utires performs a 3-stage process of quality inspection of all our used tires before they are shipped to the customer. We guarantee that all of them are safe and ready for the roads. The only things you will need to look atare the size of the tire, the brand & model, and the tread left.
Used mud-terrain tires we currently have in stock have treads left ranging from 5/32” to 21/32”. These numbers show the tread left, measured in 32nds of an inch: the higher the number, the more tread there is left. Our catalog also has models that have been only driven once, with up to 50% discounts!
Frequently Asked Questions
Mud terrain, all terrain or rugged terrain tires? Which are the best?
The answer depends on where you personally spend most of the time: on the streets or off-road? Mud-terrain tires should be used when you drive most of the time off-road and you do want to explore rough terrains. The combination of these two types are the rugged terrain tires, and they actually work great on tough terrains, while not sacrificing comfort on the streets. All-terrain tires are great if you drive about 50% of the time on the road and 50% of the time on rough terrains, as long as you don’t explore deep mud or other difficult surfaces.
Should I buy used mud terrain tires?
Yes, and it makes total sense to get a set of used mud terrain tires. If you are not living on a farm or don’t consider yourself a huge off-road enthusiast, the chances are you are not going on unpaved roads too often. So instead of having to spend a lot of money on a new set, save up and get a quality used one. By the way, by doing so you participate in environment protection: you increase the lifespan of used tires that would have otherwise been thrown away.
How much does a set of used mud tires cost?
This depends on the brand, the model and the tread the tires have left. But to give you an estimate, most sets of 2 used mud terrain tires at UTires.com cost around $250. It means that for the set of four you will pay around $500.
Are used mud-terrain tires loud?
Yes, new or used mud-terrain tires are loud, especially if you drive on the streets. The noise is caused by the wide channels for water and mud traction and large tread blocks.
Are mud tires bad in rain?
Mud tires are not the worst but not the best in the rain. They can cause aquaplaning especially when driving on the streets at high speeds, so try to avoid this situation as much as possible. All-terrain tires are better in rainy conditions. But when you drive off-road, at low speeds and on muddy surfaces, they will do just fine even if it’s raining.
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