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Yes, on HEMTT rims. On 5ton combat rims they rub. HEMTT rims are really the only viable option with the 16.00's. This adds weight and cost.
There are runflats available now for around 50 to $75 that weigh around 25lbs each. Mostly sold on ebay.Here’s my experience. Go Goodyear AT2A as they don’t dry rot nearly as quick as Michelin’s if at all. Do not do run-flats, one of my 395 Michelin’s with run-flats weighs as much as two of my 1600r20 Goodyear’s. And prepare for a battle to change them.
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Well that stinks because I literally just finished installing my last 1600r20 AT2 about twenty minutes ago and honestly I would prefer Runflats as it got me home last week but didn’t want to hassle with the heavy a$$ things lol.There are runflats available now for around 50 to $75 that weigh around 25lbs each. Mostly sold on ebay.
Goodyear AT2s tend to eggshape out. Finding many AT2s in 1600s is not common. Goodyear AT3s last a decent while and hold up to wear better than the Michelins.
We have remolded 16.00s that have 2019 date codes for not much more than a NOS 16.00 Michelin
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