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Tire decision

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by rockink5, Feb 23, 2002.

  1. rockink5

    rockink5 1/2 ton status

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    I can't seem to make up my mind. 37" swamper SSR's or 35" MTR's. Does Goodyear make a MTR in 37"? I can only find them in a 35. Ohyea 16" wheels

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    MTRs are made in 37s for 15" wheels for sure. New they are about $400 each.

    You can get them cheaper after the large events from sponsored competitors.

    There are guys on POR that are asking goodyear daily about more sizes and better prices. I will find the last link I was tracking and post here.

    I like my 35s big-time! And they are 34.9-35" tires.

    Dave

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    i would go with the swampers they are cheaper but still a damn good tire not that the mtr's arnt just a little to spendy lol

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    I know they make a37" MTR for the HUMMER and those are EXPENSIVE! ! ! but I wasn't sure if they made a regular one. I am leaning toward the Swampers though.

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    I need a set of swampers (on black steel wheels :)) to try out!!!

    They still are one of the best looking tires also-beefy.

    Dave

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    Thanx for the pirate thread. sounds like some one has the same question.

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