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Offline mopar31898

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Milestar Patagonia Review
« on: February 06, 2020, 02:31:04 PM »
I have read and seen a lot of stuff on the internet about the Milestar Patagonia M/Ts.  It seems like they get good reviews on the internet, but a lot of that might be "influencers" or just usual internet BS.

I was wondering if anyone on the forum has first hand experience running them on their Jeep and what their thoughts are?

Offline jdavis2nd

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Re: Milestar Patagonia Review
« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2020, 03:21:06 PM »
Running the 38x13.50r17 since June of last year. Been to Colorado, Moab, Rausch, AOAA, and the cove with them on all levels of trails. Have not used them in the mud or snow so I don't know how they perform in those conditions. I don't feel like they are that great in the rain. I haven't measured the tread wear but it's not really a concern for me.

FYI - The smaller sizes have larger voids between the treads so slightly more aggressive.

For the price they are a great tire. I would definitely recommend them for a DD, however, I will probably go back to the cooper stt pros or maybe the Mickey Thompson baja boss next time around.

If you have a specific question about them let me know.

Offline mopar31898

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Re: Milestar Patagonia Review
« Reply #2 on: February 06, 2020, 06:46:39 PM »
Running the 38x13.50r17 since June of last year. Been to Colorado, Moab, Rausch, AOAA, and the cove with them on all levels of trails. Have not used them in the mud or snow so I don't know how they perform in those conditions. I don't feel like they are that great in the rain. I haven't measured the tread wear but it's not really a concern for me.

FYI - The smaller sizes have larger voids between the treads so slightly more aggressive.

For the price they are a great tire. I would definitely recommend them for a DD, however, I will probably go back to the cooper stt pros or maybe the Mickey Thompson baja boss next time around.

If you have a specific question about them let me know.

Thanks for your input.  I might be going to 33s in the near future and I have been researching different options. 

So you are saying they don't have the best wet traction?  Would you say they are bad on the road or just not very good?

Offline jdavis2nd

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Re: Milestar Patagonia Review
« Reply #3 on: February 06, 2020, 09:55:15 PM »


Running the 38x13.50r17 since June of last year. Been to Colorado, Moab, Rausch, AOAA, and the cove with them on all levels of trails. Have not used them in the mud or snow so I don't know how they perform in those conditions. I don't feel like they are that great in the rain. I haven't measured the tread wear but it's not really a concern for me.

FYI - The smaller sizes have larger voids between the treads so slightly more aggressive.

For the price they are a great tire. I would definitely recommend them for a DD, however, I will probably go back to the cooper stt pros or maybe the Mickey Thompson baja boss next time around.

If you have a specific question about them let me know.

Thanks for your input.  I might be going to 33s in the near future and I have been researching different options. 

So you are saying they don't have the best wet traction?  Would you say they are bad on the road or just not very good?


Exactly, I wouldn't say bad, just not very good.

Offline Jeepin_Donnie

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Re: Milestar Patagonia Review
« Reply #4 on: February 06, 2020, 10:45:22 PM »
I highly recommend the Cooper STT Pros!   :cheers

In my experience, they perform very well in all conditions, on road, and off-road.
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