Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 78 k5, Aug 18, 2005.
If money was no object which would you run??????? They will be going on my 1990 Diesel Sub
5 inch, 6.2 diesel, it's my wheeler, more mud than rocks not too much street time, sorry
Boggers are the sh*t in the mud, but I would take the Iroks myself.
Little to none street, lots of mud ??? BOGGERS !!!!!!!!!!
For what it's worth, when I get the money, I am definitely going Boggers. I don't think anything else really compares in mud. At all the mud bogs I've been to, all the winning guys were running boggers.
definitely boggers, esp if its for mud. they cant be beat!
whats the deal with Pit Bulls? they jus came out right? i wonder how they stack up against swampers
that test speaks for itself!!!!
Yeah, I like the monster lugs of the Boggers, but I was thinking going Pits/Iroks for something a little different and a little bigger. I heard the 38.5 boggers only measure like 37 give or take.
I'll prolly go Boggers, but wanted everyones opinion. Any pics of big Subs with any of these tires would be great
Ratzila has a sick burban wit boggers, but they are 44s, not 38s. i love the look of boggers, i jus wish they were radials
Now if he had said lots of street usage, I'd had said Ground Hawgs, but sense little to no street, then BOGGERS all the way.
39.5 Boggers and 39.5 TSLs is the way to go.
It's either that or a set of 42" IROKs.
Why not 39.5" Boggers? The only reason I'm going 38.5's is that they are a steal compared to the 39.5's. They will be my next tire when my 38.5's wear thin
What happened to money is no object????
Just get the Boggers You know you want them big gnarly square tires!
depends on the application... is there a reason the 39.5 TSL isn't on the list?
Just a little price difference. I wanted to keep them as close as possible.
oh ok. I really like my 39.5 TSLs. Iroks are cool, but I would be worried about tire-wear. Im poor and can't afford to buy a new set of offroad tires every other year.
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