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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 88-3/4t-bad boy, Sep 21, 2006.

  1. 88-3/4t-bad boy

    88-3/4t-bad boy 1/2 ton status

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    ok. so like the title says. i need some advice on tires. im going with some 37's. so which tires would yall prefer. some nitto mud grapplers. dick cepek fc-ll's. parnelli jones dirt grips? some bfg mud terrains. or some mickey thompson mtz's. im thinkin the nitto's but if anybody objects i would love to know which ones you would choose. or any others i missed. :D
     
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    Boggers, that is all.
     
  3. 88-3/4t-bad boy

    88-3/4t-bad boy 1/2 ton status

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    they are awesome but there is one little problem. i love rocks and crap. and i love my new cheap 18's :rolleyes:
     
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    what are they going to be used for?

    boggers are awesome for everything ;) except terrible on the street. just get them and dont look back. ive got bias iroks and for a mostly street driven truck they are smooth up to 75mph w/o balancing. they also work well on the trails, and decently in mud...but they are no bogger.

    you cant have everything, you got to make compromises for whats more important to you
     
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  5. 88-3/4t-bad boy

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    i know that we all have to make compromises. i was thinking more along the lines of a mud tire. since i live in south texas and i dont get to have that much fun on the rocks. but it is also my dd (hints the 18's) so im looking for the best all around tire. but mostly mud.
     
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    well swampers are out, dont make 'em 18's. 18's are going to limit your options.
     
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    !!!!!!!!!!:eek1: :eek1: :eek1: :eek1: !!!!!!!!!!
     
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    mph:haha: i wish mpg haha
     
  9. 88-3/4t-bad boy

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    um. i know it limits my choices. but its a wee bit to late to turn them down now. i got them yesterday.
     

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