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Federal Couragia Review

February 22, 2020

We love the Federal brand and today, we bring you the Federal Couragia MT.

Are they any good? Are they worth your hard-earned money? Stick around and let's find out!

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1. The Design

So, like most mud tires, the Couragia has very large tread blocks. This helps remove any rocks or other debris that might get stuck in the tread.

The Couragia does a great job removing these things especially because Federal has designed this tire with void treads that are placed between the tread blocks. These help remove excess dirt and mud.

The inner tread blocks have a few sharp, cutting design which allows the Couragia to dig into rocks when climbing or dirt/snow when you need the traction. This will help you maintain momentum.

The outer tread blocks are claw-shaped to make sure that they can continuously grab the terrain below them.

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2. The Drive

The off-road capabilities of the Couragia are great! These tires allow you to off-road with confidence in a wide variety of situations from rock crawling to mud bogging, the Couragia is designed to be a great all-around mud tire!

One thing we do want to mention is just how much space there is between the tread blocks.

While this is great for terrain ejection, it also makes the tire a bit louder than average.

So if you're planning on driving down the highway with this tire, be prepared to have a bit of road noise during your journey.

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3. Wrapping It Up

We think the Federal Couragia is a fantastic bang-for-your-buck mud tire!

With pricing generally staying around $1000, we definitely think that the Couragia is worth the purchase!

If you want a great all-around mud tire but don't want to break the bank, this tire is the way to go!


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