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Old 06-08-2006, 08:07 PM   #1
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super swamper LTBs

What is everyones opinion on the super swamper LTBs as far as a on the road and off road tire? I live in brazoria and ill be on the beach sand and in the gumbo mud alot and i was wanting something that would hold up to both but still be in a decent price range lemme know thanks
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I didn't like them on my F250.
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Old 06-09-2006, 04:46 AM   #3
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i like them on my cherokee, of course there is a lot of weight difference between my cherokee, hatch's f-250 and your jimmy. i run the 34x1-.50's but if you are doing more sand than mud, you might want something a little wider.
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Old 06-10-2006, 12:19 AM   #4
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I ran the 33/13.5 ltb on a 86 ford bronco i loved them i just wish they made more size's available so i could run them on my chevy
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Old 06-11-2006, 01:16 PM   #6
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yeah but if iam going to pay that much per tire i mine as well buy 44 boggers or 49 iroks
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Old 06-11-2006, 08:32 PM   #8
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i un the 31/11.50 on my heep and loved them. flat spotted pretty bad but all bias ply tires do
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I loved them off road, the wear like butter on asphalt. I had mine last set 14 months and they are completely gone. I was running the 34x10.50/15 on a 2.5L YJ. I think I'm going to try Cooper's next.
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i had um on a 88 yj with a gutsy 6 drove for 1 year in santonio and 1 year in houston wear was good here but in houston they wore faster never had a traction issuse on or off road except for wet rocks on incline but hoe dosent good tire for the price. they got thin so i groved tem good as new i cane get about 6 more monhts of use.
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Just like just about any other swamper, not the best tire for a DD, or anything you plan to drive a long ways. If this is for a trail rig, then they are good. Very aggresive tire, should work good in all your applications. the flat spots shouldn't be too bad here since the tires stay pretty warm all year. In CO, they would stay flat spotted for a while. My opinion is good tire for a good price on a Trail rig. For a DD, look for something else.

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