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Old February 2nd, 2014, 06:26 AM   #11
I'm not old, honest...
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Wrong approach. The question is what is your long term goal for tire size and type of wheeling? What about the 44/9 interests you? What about the 30 don't you like? The joint size of your 30 and a 44 are the same. If you are not going above a 35" tire, going to a 60 is not worth the time, money and you will have a heavy low dragger. How much money do you want to drop into it?
Monkeyevil posted this a long time ago about cost comparisons.
60 vs 44 costs (cause this is so much fun!) - Great Lakes 4x4. The largest offroad forum in the Midwest

Personally, if you decide to go with a 60, I would still build the 9". The 9" has about as much versatility as you can want, I've been very happy with my setup.
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