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Rear Tire In Mud

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The mud we encountered was not the sticky clay common in the South and Midwest. Our lighter mud was still sticky, but the Trail Digger M/Ts tackled it with ease. As you would expect of tires meant for mud, they would dig their way through the muck, making as much traction as the surface and bottom would allow. The Trail Diggers quickly unload the tread segments of the sticky stuff.