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Might be intended for a ground-driven implement, like some manure spreaders - albeit a miniature one.
 

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I was thinking something like that but they are dot highway service tires rated at 715lbs a tire so a little over 1400 an axle ..... Maybe if you have them on a trailer that is towed a lot through mud like at a hunting camp it would avoid the trailer from sliding on turns and inclines
 

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Those tires would tend to keep rolling in a mud hole where smooth tires might stop rotating and start plowing.

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Those tires would tend to keep rolling in a mud hole where smooth tires might stop rotating and start plowing.

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Yea I was thinking along that line, wish they had a "D" load range or even a "C" because I have been known to go down some nasty mud roads or trails to get stuff .

"B" s would be good for a total of 1450lbs and that's what the grips are
"C" s would be 1829lbs that's close to my 2k gvw
"D" s would be 2150lbs and that's perfect

I can't see how B s would be good even tho my average trailer/load total weight is about 1300 but but I tow on the interstate some too, so I guess the grips will never go on it
 
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