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super swampers....

Got some input? I'm thinking about it....



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Get the new 42 inch sx.
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lol sure



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lol sure
What, they would look fawsom.
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Which tires? They make a lot of different types.
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I like the Trxus alot and thought about getting them myself but that is about it.

Get thornturds if you want bald tires on the center blocks and still be able to have huge shoulder nubs

Or get some boggers to make off camber slippery stuff more exciting

Either way, makes freeway drives more exciting waiting for a sidewall to blow!
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Im all over the place thinking about it....

I'm currently hovering around the Interco TSL radial. I dunno.



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Which tires? They make a lot of different types.
I've run the trxus mt on my old yj, but I would put them in the ballpark of the bfg mt or goodyear mtr, just a good tire. But my guess is you want something more aggressive like the tsl or bogger. I say go for it since you live an area where you deal with lots of mud.
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Either way, makes freeway drives more exciting waiting for a sidewall to blow!
lmao that's awesome.



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I say go for it since you live an area where you deal with lots of mud.
I just wanted to quote that.



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The Trxus are really nice but if you want to go swampers you should either go IRocks or Boggers. Say goodbye to highway driving though. Unless you like a loud ass rough drive. ( I do.. haha.). I'm looking at 38.5" boggers right now and they look sick and will definetly get some attention. They are just perfect for the mud but for anything else like driving down the street they are horrible. Won't last that long either.
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Personally, I'd say the Radial SSR is the best tire Interco ever made.



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Personally, I'd say the Radial SSR is the best tire Interco ever made.


i luf that tire. i have them...

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i luf that tire. i have them...
Me too. I've had 34" SSRs on the Jeep for a while now and have yet to find a situation where the behave poorly on road or off, although they seem to be getting a little lounder over time.

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Me too. I've had 34" SSRs on the Jeep for a while now and have yet to find a situation where the behave poorly on road or off, although they seem to be getting a little lounder over time.
A Swamper getting louder over time? No way! I don't believe you!
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