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Old 08-15-2006, 04:12 PM   #1
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WTB 36"-38" Mud tires

Im looking for a set of 36-38" tires with decent tread. Any rims size, LMK what you have. Im in Austin. Thanks
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Old 08-15-2006, 04:33 PM   #2
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I've got some 38 15 16.5 dirt grips just south of waco. Let me find the pics. Got am email addy?

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Old 08-15-2006, 05:01 PM   #3
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I've got some 38 15 16.5 dirt grips just south of waco. Let me find the pics. Got am email addy?

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Yea, its [email protected]
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I have 5 36" TSL radials. Okay for trail; not enough tread left for much street life.

$100

Pics tomorrow maybe.
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Old 08-15-2006, 05:57 PM   #5
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Ok, Thanks.
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I should have put the complete size. 36x12.50-15

I have 4 chrome rims too, 15x8, 5 on 4.5"
one tire is already mounted
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Old 08-16-2006, 10:06 AM   #7
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anyone else?
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Old 08-16-2006, 08:34 PM   #8
 
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I can see the tires in storage, but they are too buried for worthwhile pics.

As I recall, one is good enough to pass a safety inspection, one is probably good enough but has a lot of rock rash, the rest wouldn't have enough tread to pass safety but worked fine for me on the trail. I bought the tires used to get me by until I could afford a new(er) set. At least one has a high dollar radial patch on the sidewall that never gave me any problems. I had the Goodyear store patch two tires for me (looked like someone had knifed the sidewalls) and I can't remember if I held on to one of these as my spare (I started with 6 of these tires).

I bought a set of IROKs early this summer and posted these for sale, but forgot about them in storage (out of sight out of mind).
http://www.texas4x4.org/showthread.php?t=10663

Whatever is in the ad is more accurate than what I wrote here (cuz I had just placed the tires in storage when I wrote the ad).

I have a local buyer interested, so let me know right away.

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Old 08-16-2006, 09:34 PM   #9
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4 38X12.50X15 TSLSXs They are probably about 80 % tread. They do have rock rash and have been grooved. They have never had a flat and have the industrial sealer in them that I can take out. $500. JJ
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Man, Im looking for some that can be streetable. Hardline would you have any pictures of them?
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if you dont care what rim size rj has some hummer tires (36X12.5X16.5) 80% tires only 4 for 100$
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Then you probably don't want mine.
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Old 08-17-2006, 11:38 AM   #13
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Then you probably don't want mine.
Well, you got any more info on the iroks? That link didnt have anything about them.

Edit: NM, for some reason i was thinking you were selling the iroks also.
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Man, Im looking for some that can be streetable. Hardline would you have any pictures of them?
There is a picture of them posted in the message. Are you wanting a close up of the grooving that was done to them? I can go to the shop and get some. These are excellent tires for wheeling. You just cant beat them. I want to go just a little bigger is why I would sell them. On the street I would think that they would wear kinda quick though. The center lugs is what was grooved on them. JJ
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There is a picture of them posted in the message. Are you wanting a close up of the grooving that was done to them? I can go to the shop and get some. These are excellent tires for wheeling. You just cant beat them. I want to go just a little bigger is why I would sell them. On the street I would think that they would wear kinda quick though. The center lugs is what was grooved on them. JJ
Could ya get a close up so i can see the tread level, rock rash, and grooving. Oh and im not really worried about mileage. Im just looking for something cheaper now and get a nice radial soon after. Thanks
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Could ya get a close up so i can see the tread level, rock rash, and grooving. Oh and im not really worried about mileage. Im just looking for something cheaper now and get a nice radial soon after. Thanks
I will bring my camera with me tommorow when I go to the shop and get a couple pictures for you. JJ
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Got a couple pictures for you today. Sorry it was soo late. Read the post in trail reports for the scoop as to why I slept all dayLOL. JJ

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Those seem to have to much rock rash for my taste, but thanks anyway.
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who still has tires for sale looking for 36-38 for trail use thanks jimmy
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I have a set of 36" TSL Swampers with decent tread. Glenn in Austin has them at his house. $200
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