Nankang Mudstar Radial M/T N889 LT305/70R16 D/8PR WL Tires
The Nankang Mudstar M/T N889 tire is an extreme mud tire with large, aggressive tread blocks. It has a low price and super cool looks for Jeeps and lifted trucks. This tire evacuates water and mud with its large, open tread voids, enhancing traction on extreme off- road conditions. Nice sidewall styling enhances the look of your Jeep or truck as well. The Nankang Mudstar M/T tire is pinned for studs, so this tire allows the option for enhanced winter traction. Stud Pin Size #12.
|Size||Load Index/ Speed index||UTQG||Ply Rating||Overall Diameter||Section Width||Rim Width Min||Rim Width Max||Rim Width Meas||Tread Depth (in)||Max Single Air Pressure (PSI)||Max Single Load (lbs)||Max Dual Air Pressure (PSI)||Max Dual Load (lbs)||MFG #|
This describes the sidewall appearance. Examples include Black Sidewall, White Sidewall, and White Letters.
The load index (LI) is a 2 or 3 digit number that corrolates to the maximum amount of weight the tire can carry. For example, a tire with a load index of 87 indicates that the tire can carry a maximim load of 1,201 lbs. In the case of our example the 87 identifies the tires ability to carry a maximum of 1,201 lbs. So 4 tires will carry a maximum of 4,804 lbs. Refer to your vehicle owner's manual for the recommended minimim Load Index. It is not recommended to install tires with a lower Load Index. By doing so, this could cause your tires to be overloaded thus potentially causing a blowout.
Speed Ratings (SR) are based on laboratory tests and indicates the maximum speed the tire can achieve. These tests are based on limited time trials. Higher speed rating tires typically will yield better handling capabilities, but may often result in lower mileage. Refer to your vehicle owner's manual for the recommended minimum Speed Rating. It is not recommended to install a tire with a lower speed rating as it could affect the handling of your vehicle. It is important to note that speed ratings only apply to tires that have not been damaged, altered, under-inflated or overloaded. Additionally, most tire manufacturers maintain that a tire that has been cut or punctured no longer retains the tire manufacturer's original speed rating, even after being repaired because the tire manufacturer can't control the quality of the repair.
Ply Rating is related to the max load capacity. This value can be defined with a letter or number. The higher the number/letter, the higher the load capacity.
To help consumers evaluate their tires, the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) created the Uniform Tire Quality Grading System (UTQG). The UTQG rates tires are rated on their tread-wear, traction performance, and temperature resistance. The grade for each of these can be found on the sidewall of your tire (except for winter tires and certain light truck tires). Click here for more information.
|Max Single Load(lbs)||2910||The maximum load this tire will support. Remember to multiply this number by the number of tires installed on your vehicle to get the maximum carrying capacity. This number is directly related to the Load Index.|
|Max Single Air Pressure(PSI)||51||The maximum air pressure this tire will support. This does not represent the amount of air pressure your tires should have at all times. Consult with your owner's manual to determine the best air pressure you should use for your vehicle.|
|Tread Depth||20.0||The amount of tread on the tire. Once the tire is worn to 2/32nds, it is considered fully used and should be replaced at that time. Most tires will have tire indicators in the grooves of the tire to help you determine when the tires are worn down to 2/32nds.|
Nondirectional - most common, same tread pattern on inside & outside of the tire. Can be rotated to all four corners of vehicle. Asymmetrical - tread pattern is different on the inside to the outside of the tire, and must be mounted properly. Can be rotated to all four corners of the vehicle. Directional tires - roll in only one direction, must be mounted properly. Once mounted they must remain on the same side of the vehicle, and only be rotated front to rear.
|Rim Width Range||9.0-9.0||The approved wheel rim width range this tire will support.|
|Measured Rim Width||9.0||The recommended wheel width as recommended by the tire manufacturer to get the best wear us performance for this tire.|
|Section Width||12.2||The measurement from sidewall to sidewall.|
|Tread Width||Not Available||The measurement from one side of the tread to the other side of the tread.|
|Overall Diameter||32.8||The height of the tire when fully inflated.|
|Manufacturer Part Number||22800001||Manufacturer part number (sku)|
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These tires are awesome. I will definitely be buying another set!!
I'll be honest, A friend told me he saw a 4x4 company do a tire test where they took the cheapest tire on the market and put it up against the rest. They chose the Nankang N889 M/T's and they were very impressed. They held up and did as well as everything else out there. I liked the way they looked and the price was right. I did HOURS of shopping and comparing. I only found 2 other comparable tires out there in the price range. By comparable, I mean in tread pattern, lug size, and based on the picture how good I thought the tire would do in the mud. FYI, THERE ARE 3(OR MAYBE 4) DIFFERENT NAMES, TIRE DESCRIPTIONS(IN THE NAME), AND PHOTOS OF THIS TIRE. BETWEEN AMAZON AND eBAY, IT GOT EVEN MORE CONFUSING. There was 4 different photos of the same time all w/diff descriptions on eBay and the same on Amazon. Even worse, the listings on eBay were also different from those on Amazon. After wasting hours comparing and trying to figure out what the differences were, I FINALLY JUST WENT TO THE NANKANG WEBSITE AND THEY ONLY MAKE 1- N889 MUD TERRAIN M/T. So it doesn't matter if on the listing the tire is called a Radial M/T, a Mud Terrain Tire or a N889 M/T Mud Tire or what the picture of the tire looks like… The listings are all for the same tire. In fact, the listing that I bought my set of tires from had the weakest looking tire of all the listings in the picture, so believe me, I was stressing until it was delivered hoping that my research had been correct and they really were all the same... When the tires arrived I was very happy and I have since mounted them and they look awesome. I don't have anything to compare them to, but I think they drive really nicely on the road. They are not loud. Can I hear them? Sure. But with the windows up they are hardly noticeable. Don't get me wrong, you can hear them. But I drove for 1 1/2hrs out to Gorman, CA without a radio last Saturday to take them off road and tire noise was NOT an issue AT ALL. They handled the drive nicely, the drive was enjoyable, and the little bit of humming they did make only made me smile when it made me think about how I had new tires on my truck and how anxious I was to use them… I didn't have my front driveshaft in, but we were only on dry dirt trails and I am very happy with my purchase so far. There was a couple of hill climbs that only having rear wheel drive made it a challenge, but the tires handled and performed awesome... I didn't once have any issues with traction, even with only rear wheel drive... I cannot wait until the rain comes so that I can try these beasts in the mud with my front driveshaft in with 4 wheel drive. I definitely recommend these tires based solely on their performance... But they were also one of the most affordable tires on the market as well... I am not sure, but I think because they are radials they are supposed to handle better on the street and last longer... If that's the case that is just another added bonus. Their performance was awesome and I have ZERO complaints. I have also received a lot of compliments from people in passing about how nice or how badass my tires look. I am anxious for some rain and mud so that I can put them up against my buddies BF Goodrich M/T's and watch them get jealous that I save about $200(at least) and I am going everywhere they are and probably will be doing it easier. Great aggressive lug pattern and big thick lugs make this tire worth as much as any very expensive tire out there but without the price tag to kill your wallet... I am very very satisfied with this purchase... Nankang 889 M/T 33x12.50xR15's far exceeded my expectations. I will definitely be purchasing the same tire again.