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38/11/15 boggers on half ton



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Old 11-06-2008, 12:54 PM   #1
 
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38/11/15 boggers on half ton

i luv the look of these boggers and i run primarily mud r these to much for my half ton chevy. i ran 42 tsl on a 3/4 ton chevy and had no problems but i realize the agressiveness of these tires.
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Boggers on a Chevy are fine up to a point, that depends on your axles. For a 10/12 bolt or D44, you want to stay at most 35's. Care must be used when muddin, because instant traction with the Boggers lead to snapping axles.

If you wanna run bigger than 35's, then a D60 front and 14 bolt full floater rear is necessary, IMHO. If you decide to run boggers larger than 35's with the other axles, I highly suggest and recommend you go to the pick n pull yards and snag yourself some extra axle shafts, and carry spare u-joints. You won't regret doing so.
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Old 12-10-2008, 03:33 PM   #3
 
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i run a d44 and gm 12 bolt with mini spool and hold my fuel injected 4.3 on the rev limitor. let it bounce. spin them hard in the mud and keep spinning when catching hard ground. never broke an axel. and just put a set of 39.5 x 19 boggers and no problems.




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Old 12-10-2008, 04:55 PM   #4
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If you are open front and rear and use the skinny pedal like it has a egg on it they might survive.

X2 on tons or carry lots of spare parts.
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