Jeep Wrangler 31/10.5 r 15
Very happy, good grip on road in wet and dry conditions. Good off road in sandy beach and sand dunes. sSprisinly low noise for an realitivly aggressive tread pattern. Cheap long lasting, so far I have done about 20,000km and they still look brand new. So no complaints yet, happy customer.
fuel consumption droped a bit.
Average Experience with the Maxxis 751
Maxxis 751's fitted to sunrasia steel rims for general highway work, some 4wd and occasional towing. Toyota Troop Carrier. (Outfit in good order and maintained by Toyota Mechanic partner, no prior problems with any tyre or brand)
Tyres fitted in Kalgoorlie - found to be not ballanced on pickup. Front re-ballanced, improved stearing wheel shake. Rear re-ballanced a fortnight later (and 100g and 140g added to rims - indicating a suspect standard of tyre and leading to consumer caution !) Then told that both rear Sunrasia Steels were 'out-of...
great product, good value for money
have done over 70,000km with the 751 tyres. great on the highway and very good in the wet. have had some heavy loads of wood in the triton ute and they handled well. will certainly buy this brand again, the AT771 might be the next buy.
price ,wear and ride
a bit soft in the wall.
An excellent tyre for that outback trip. Have fitted maxxis 751 to my GU patrol and covered some 10,000k's on 50% blacktop and 50% unforgiving gravel roads. Not one puncture, unlike previous trip on coopers and bf's a/t. Not worth the headache. Copped more punctures and sidewall damage than a flamin kite in a cyclone. Word of advise, most locals in outback aust. run on maxxis 751. Excellent all rounder tyre. Super long lasting, super strong. Sometimes the simple things in life are often the best. GKWALKABOUT
everything. Long life, highway driving, unforgiving outback roads and tolerance to outback heat. Highly recommended. Outback mechanics recommend them as well.
The first set of 751s were fitted to the Terrano II to correct wandering at highway speeds (Duelers were also noisy and wore quickly). Decision to purchase Maxxis for the second car was based on my favourable experience with the first set of tyres. However, the second set introduced severe vibration causing premature shock replacement and a tailpipe breaking off! Dealer says nothing wrong with tyres, although another tyre specialist advised of well balanced but OVAL tyres - measured with a clcok gauge! You can balance and egg, but the rollin...g circumference will induce vibration at speed on the road. Battling for nearly a year to get dodgy 751s replaced by local dealer... Quiet with good directional stability at speed. Although tread pattern looks more geared to the road, works well on fire trails and beach. Service backup on out-of-round tyres dismal. Check warranties!
I am happy to put them on every car I own. I just did the price comparison with 7 different brands, Maxxis won over all on price and pattern.
I did 120,000 k's on my landcruser trayback with a tradesman's load of a ton and a half; almost every working day in 8 years I had to drive of the black onto the sand of the building lot and I never got bogged once. I have driven my ute on the beach many times when fishing and found them to handle everything even 25psi sand driving. I am now about to put them on my family car, a Mitsubishi Challenger; you just can't beat the price. By comparison I was very unhappy with the fast waring down of my present tyres 'Duelers'.
I have nothing bad to say about them
I don't mind buying again once it goes bald. Not sure how long it will be. Many people says its cheaper than other brands and bang for your buck tyre. Hoepfully, the next series compound will be a bit quieter. I'm ready to but a set after this has worn down. Bring it on.
It came with the Pajero I just bought. Tyres, grip well on the road. It seems as the thread disperses water well. I have not tried it off-road nor sand, however, on road, its responds well.
A bit on the noisy side.
Have a short wheel base 1993 Patrol that we use to launch the boat and collect firewood from the bush, the tyres work well whether it is wet or dry, bitumen or gravel. Good choice to make if quality at a reasonable price is what your after.
Well priced, good ride, work well on gravel and bitumen. Have tried other brands over the years but are really happy with these tyres
Best value for money AT I have had.I have 285/75R16LT's on a 93 4runner. They drive well when pushed on wet roads and are quiet. Very dependable and predictable on road regardless of loads or conditions. They do surprisingly well off road offering good traction in all situations. No punctures in 70000km with maybe 20000 to go. Definitely a good choice for a genuine all round tyre.
Low wear and great all round performance
An excellent tyre for 4wding. Good for highway and any off road conditions. Only improvement required would be to have a bit more 'chunk' in the tread for mud driving, but overall, excellent value for money.
Affordable! These are the best value for money tyres I have found. 100,000 k's on the cruiser and still have 50% tread. Handle well in all conditions
Would like the tread to be just a little bit chunkier
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