Fury Tires Reviews

Established in 2017, Fury OffRoad Tires is a decidedly new brand competing in a segment with numerous trusted brands. It has found a way to stand out, however, and does so easily.

Rather than focus on ultimate performance, Fury is targeted at the show ‘n shine segment of the off-road industry. While that might seem unusual, and is even frowned on by some, the reality is Fury has built itself a niche catering to those in need of off-road style.

Fury Tires is an American company based in Irving, Texas.

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It’s not unusual to see Fury tires on show vehicles sporting spotless paint jobs and chrome transfer cases.

Fury’s lineup is simple and easy to understand; recently updated for 2020 there’s the Country Hunter R/T, the Country Hunter M/T and newer Country Hunter M/T 2 as well as the brand’s latest offering, the Country Hunter XT.

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M/T or mud-terrain tires are all-season tires with an aggressive look, but built for everyday usability. Designed for show trucks with plus-sized aftermarket wheels, the M/T starts at a 17-inch size and offers fitments in 18-, 20-, 22-, 24-, 26- and even 28-inch sizes.

As for the Country Hunter M/T 2 promises even more aggressive off-road capability, while retaining all of the on-road traction and (perhaps most importantly) a smooth and quiet ride – somethign most mud-terrain tires are sorely lacking.

As for the Country Hunter R/T it’s designed more specifically for on-road performance and swaps some capability for a more comfortable ride and a quieter ride as well. It is, however, available in limited fitments forĀ 17-, 18-, 20- and 22-inch wheels.

As for the Country Hunter X/T, it’s designed to deliver impressive off-road performance similar to an all-terrain tire, but with a much more comfortable and compliant ride, similar to a conventional all-season.

Other brands to consider when shopping for plus-sized off-road tires include Toyo and Nitto.

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