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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by FOR MUD, Apr 29, 2007.
Anyone have any ideas for a pattern? I'm looking for more lateral traction. Pict's would be helpful.
Here's how I did the ones on my YJ:
How'd it work?
Pretty well but they are still mud bog tires IMO. Thats why I swapped out to some TSLs.
I would do like this if you ride trails more. Thick cuts
Or if got tha howespowa and do mud, do this. Oops just seen the lateral traction thing
will grooving them cause them to wear faster???
I kinda like this one:
grooving has no ill effects if done properly and by that i mean not too deep and in a decent direction of the grooves. just so they have enough meat from the casing to be held on and not rip off under load. i approve all the previously loaded pics! Mr k5 has a good tread pattern for trail riding and mild rocks.
I would do them like the pic mrK5 posted. My new groover is due in any day. If you want I can mod them for ya Julian.
Which groover did you go with, I will doing the same thing once im ready for my boggers
this will be the second one I have bought. I like the 250 watt pistol grip Ideal. if you get one buy the #12 head and blades right away. the #4 that comes with it is to small for working with offroad tires.
when I get done with Trevor's tires I will post pics in his roadkill thread.
here's how i had mine before i switched to tsls.
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