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Old March 30th, 2006, 10:08 PM   #1
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Old March 30th, 2006, 10:24 PM   #2
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theres lots of super swampers what tire are you talking about and what is your primary use of the tire
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You should really take a look through a magazine or at any of these rigs.... the tsl is proabally one of the most common trail tire out there... by it and cut it to your needs
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Almost 50% of Interco's tires are good tires... the other 50% tend to suck pretty hard.
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for a sand vehical.. i would recomend the Boggers.. or go get paddles...
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fuck no i would run A/Ts
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GSAs.... best tire ever
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i was looking at the tsl
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For what? Your buggy?

Posting questions without all the info is stupid.

What vehicle, what use, and what size are you talking about?
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for the buggy for the mud and for trails
29x9.50x14
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Then yes, TSLs would be perfect for that. One of the best tires out there for that stuff.
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hey thanks i found this site were i can get them for 80 bucks brand new

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wait they are radial ssr tires sorry they aren't tsl
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and they got radial tsl for 90 bones
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Old March 31st, 2006, 11:01 AM   #15
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for a sand vehical.. i would recomend the Boggers.. or go get paddles...

yeah boggers and sand mix real well :miff:
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They are extremely aggresive, will work ok, but will need to use brains, which doesn't seem to be your forte.

If you land under power with those, there's a good change of either looking a CV joint or grendaing your diff, assuming you are running stock parts.

Then again, your motor looked pretty weak, so maybe they will hold together..
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for a sand vehical.. i would recomend the Boggers.. or go get paddles...
Boggers would be too heavy.. For that little motor, I'd run desert tracs, either the 12.5s or 14.5s, not real paddles, but nice and light. Real paddles would be overkill.
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Old March 31st, 2006, 11:05 AM   #18
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that motor aint week i can make those tire brake loose in 1st 2nd and 3rd gear
but yaeh those tires i'm gona get for 90 bucks and free shipping should i just get 2 or 4
sense i'm rear wheel drive i should just get 2 right and get like tractor tires up front
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3 ribs up front, and yeah, your motor is weak for a rail.
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