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The link said AK. If it is a Russian 50 it's a 6P62 but like I said I doubt that's ...


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The link said AK. If it is a Russian 50 it's a 6P62 but like I said I doubt that's what they meant. Either an m2 or just a normal ak




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ya,

i saw them for sale for a side by side, but had no interest in them. now if they had them for our trucks,, different story
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Non pneumatic tires have been around for awhile, they've been used in machinery for a good bit, I'd stick with a regular tire.

I'd get tired of telling people that I don't have a flat and there is nothing from with my tires.


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I would guess those are unstable cornering at high speed..and they'd fill with mud in those honey combs easy and then you'd have a big mess
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Mattracks would be a better way to spend 20k (for a truck) IMO. For reference Mattracks for Atv's are about 5k and about 20k for trucks so I Figure theses may be close, haha
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