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wat tire is best for me

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by **DONOTDELETE**, Mar 14, 2004.

    i know im full of questions but hey im 16 and new at all this but love it got a 90 burb with 4inch suspension (rough country)3inch body i got 35s now with out the body lift (itll be put on next week) i want to go bigger and my tires i got now are trail busters wich wer free brand new but really suck in the mud all i do is mud some rock wat tires best for me size and every thing i also want one that looks good and ride good on the street and last i anit made of money neither thanks
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  1. 84gmcjimmy

    84gmcjimmy 1 ton status

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    38" boggers or TSL's are best in mud
     
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    38" boggers or TSL's are best in mud

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    well while we're spending his inheritance, lets not forget 37" MTR's
     
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    mtr's aren't the greatest for the mud though, from what I've heard. Need something with larger voids. I'd say TSL's probably 38's if you don't mind a little trimming /forums/images/graemlins/waytogo.gif
     
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    why not radial swampers?
     
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    If you are going to spend a lot of time on the road than I would look at a radial swamper like the TSLR and SSR are great choices for that offroad vs. onroad performance delimna that we all have to deal with. Take it from me that ran almost all mud and wanted a crazy looking tire that gets attention and went strait for the TSL bogger. Don't get me wrong I have a smile and a woody everytime I am hammered down through the mud because their forward traction is amazing and unmatched but I get a frown at times when they are wobbling, wearing fast, and noisy as hell at also...
     
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    I'd say skip the body, hack the fenders, and run whatever tire tickles your fancy.

    Proud member of the, "I removed my body lift" club.
     

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