A/T Tires 4WD

Hi All,

just wondering if anyone has used Hercules Terra Trac A/T 2?

If so, are they any good on beach?

all my fishing is Land base and my BFG's are done and need to get a new set.

any feed back would be great.

Cheers

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kooky?

Mon, 2015-02-23 21:44

Just a thought, I have had sst coopers , bfg a/t , briggies , but atm , I have a/t hankooks , avail around perth,

cheapish , and a bloody good , long wearing tyre, korean I believe , would imagine terras are chinese.( edit made in good ole usa apparantly)

I have 10 ply 265/75/16 but they still bag out ok on the beach.

Image result for at hankooks

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 theyre a really good tyre

Tue, 2015-02-24 10:01

 theyre a really good tyre the hankook dynapros quadfisher my mate has em on his rodeo they just dont wna lose tred theyr nice and not pricey at all he got em for 200 a pop not noisy and ther a great tyre on the beach very impressed with the kooks

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Rambo , im using

Mon, 2015-02-23 23:12

Rambo , im using nitto mud grapplers , and can say there good on the beach

iv run BFG mud lugs for about 15 years, but the pattern change made me look at the nittos ,

cant speak about the terra trac though

couple of reviews here
http://www.offroaders.com/reviewbox/showproduct.php?product=658

http://www.fourwheeler.com/product-reviews/1405-hercules-terra-trac-at-ii-tire-review/

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hercules are made in

Mon, 2015-02-23 23:04

hercules are made in china

 

recommend:

bfg AT ko

maxxis bravo

 

coopers - stay away

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quotes x2

Tue, 2015-02-24 07:57

Just got back from a hunting trip to Colorado. I got my new Hercules Terra Trac ATs in Sept. and finally got to play a little with them while in CO>
These tires are another version of the Bridgestone Revos. Tire pattern is very similar. The biggest difference is the price $20 to $70 cheaper per tire.
The Hercules brand is made by Cooper Tire.

Cooper Tire also manufactures Hercules branded tires in Findlay, Ohio.

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gday upg

Tue, 2015-02-24 04:55

Have you had a bad run with coopers?

I have a set on my old landrover and previously had a set on my landcrusier for 7 years without a puncture.

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+1 Coopers

Tue, 2015-02-24 06:08

Had a set on my car for years as well, can't fault them. They've been everywhere on every terrain imaginable. Interested to know why you say stay away upg.

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 +2 for cooper st maxxs dont

Tue, 2015-02-24 10:03

 +2 for cooper st maxxs dont look at the price look at the quality of tyre huge sidewall and great on the sand iv got 40,000 out of mine so far and still plenty of teeth on them

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-1 for Coopers, very very

Tue, 2015-02-24 10:21

-1 for Coopers, very very disappointed in my last set. Big cracks through the tyre and very noisy (had stepping I think they call it). Bad in the wet. These were for Cooper ST.

Got Bridgestone Duelers D697s, seem good so far (only ~5000kms) and price was really good.

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I had a set of hercules tera

Tue, 2015-02-24 13:24

I had a set of hercules tera traks a while ago on my old landcruiser ute. They were 35's and i was running a v8, no complaints from me they were good value, i could drop tyre pressures to 12psi no problems and the car would cruise up dunes idling with rear diff lock on. I sold the car not long after putting them on so cant comment on how long they would last. Cant go wrong with the bfg all terrains though, so many good reviews about them. I bought a set of bfg's with new rims recently from Tyrepower in Wangara, they were very good on price and excellent customer service

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 I've had both cooper & bfg

Wed, 2015-02-25 12:27

 I've had both cooper & bfg in the A/T & M/T... Didn't mind the bfg.... Coopers I don't rate at all... I now run toyo M/T and love them, all the reviews  on the net rate them highly as well... My mate is running the Toyo open country A/T and I would seriously consider them if I was you...