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Set of 4 gumbo 38.5x15x16.5 with 75% tread, but some cuts and weather checking with a set of 16.5x9 8 lug steel wheels also. $400 obo
 

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Mud Slut-Hit Every Hole!!
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they are ground hawgs
 

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Mud Slut-Hit Every Hole!!
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i OWN BOTH HAWGS AND GUMBOS AND AM LOOKING AT THEM NOW. SO UNLESS THEY CHANGED TREAD DESIGN. BUT IF THATS WHAT THEY SAY.
 

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Originally produced in the late 70's or early 80's under the name "Grand Prix" they were a ground hawg knock off. In the late 80's they were marketed under the name "On/Off Road 4 Wheel RVT" by the TBC corporation in Memphis TN. Sometime in the early-mid 90's they ceased production completely. Good tires, I wore out 2 sets of the 36.5's and was sad to see them go under.
 

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Originally produced in the late 70's or early 80's under the name "Grand Prix" they were a ground hawg knock off. In the late 80's they were marketed under the name "On/Off Road 4 Wheel RVT" by the TBC corporation in Memphis TN. Sometime in the early-mid 90's they ceased production completely. Good tires, I wore out 2 sets of the 36.5's and was sad to see them go under.
Thanks for clearing that up :beerbang:
 
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