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Bfgoodrich Mud Test

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There were no surprises once we hit the mudhole. Predictably, the Mud-Terrains were able to claw their way through about two thirds of a nasty The wide voids of the mud tread enabled it to self-clean with very little wheel speed, which enabled the lugs to get more bite in the slop. The All-Terrains self-cleaned better than we expected, but it was still easy to get the tread packed with mud to the point that all grip was lost.