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Old 04-24-2011, 08:59 PM   #1
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Interco SSR's vs Interco Trxus MT

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New here, but have had my JK for 3 years now. I am right around the corner to getting some new meats with about 10-15k left on my STT's, and the swampers look to fit the bill. My jeep is my DD that sees a decent amount of highway time and wheels a good amount except in the winter with trails mostly, not much rocks. Which tire would work best for my DD? I still havent decided on whether I will move up to 37's, or stay with 35's. I am planning on dumping my 18's and getting some steelies. Any insight would be great. Thanks in advance.


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Old 04-24-2011, 09:15 PM   #2
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What is your gears and do you have a auto or manual? That will help determine if you can handle 37. But for the most part your Jeep will like you more with 35's. 37's look great but are really stressful.

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Old 04-24-2011, 09:26 PM   #3
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sorry about that, got an auto with 5.13s and front d30. This is my DD, so I am leaning to another set of 35s but my cooper STTs that I have now were 34s new under load so I would like a more true 35 if I stick with 35s. 37s look awesome though!
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You gotta find new trails then man tons of rocks in the north east. IMO the BFG KM2s or Krawler KXs are really nice tires, the KXs are a little over kill for street use
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TRuxs MT was okay when I ran it, I liked the TSL better for trails. Trux Was better on street, but took a ton to balance it. SSR drove a few friends jeeps with them, did fine on the trail, but thread life was lower like any swamper.
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