|11-15-2007 01:47 AM|
|tobycat1||Guess it depends on the driver I get through stuff my friends with either of those tires can't. I didn't like my cousins BFG's, they don't do as well for me. Tires are a personal choice, everyone does better with one or the other. I think you should have some friends let you drive their rigs to get a feel for the tires.|
|11-15-2007 01:14 AM|
|upinar||hey, were in miami are u located. me and lost are both in miami. come wheel with us|
|11-15-2007 01:11 AM|
|upinar||if your gonna go with the toyos, might as well save your money and go with the BFG mud terrains or x-terrains. Im in the south florida mud every weekend and i used to run the x-terrains and they did decent. The toyos wont have a chance.|
|11-15-2007 01:08 AM|
|tobycat1||If you try them, you'll realize how good they are.|
|11-15-2007 12:43 AM|
|acopsy88||of the toyo tires sorry|
|11-15-2007 12:43 AM|
|acopsy88||pro comp xtreme mud terrain have same tread pattern and what looks like more siping better(driving in rain and flexibility)... The price would be alot cheaper too. I would go with cragar soft 8s as rims off of summitracing.com it will save you alot of money and everyone loves steelies|
|11-14-2007 10:47 PM|
I have them, and they are great in the mud( not as good a super swampers) but they are better than super swampers because they don't wear like race car tires, and they are dead silent on-road. Well worth it for a DD.
If you are off-road more than 50% of the time, and don't mind quick tire wear get Super Swampers. They are the best by far off-road, but suck on road. I have the Toyo m/t because they handle good, are quiet, and Jeeps can get over 50k miles on them. Plus they dominate in mud. Had to pull my friend's 4runner with a/t tires out of the mud hole i made it through with no major loss of traction.
|11-14-2007 07:24 PM|
you really cant go wrong with a super swamper(interco) tire(except for the thornbirds and truxus)
|11-14-2007 06:05 PM|
|tobycat1||Ya, my explorer window was acting up with the paste feature last night. But the tire one should work. I was linking a 4" Skyjacker sus lift with Nitro shocks from Quadratec.|
|11-14-2007 05:56 PM|
Tire link worked for me..
The lift link is the same thread.. as you said in circles.
Toyo Open Country M/T Tires
|11-14-2007 08:07 AM|
ive had great results with my 33" tsl radials down here. but as scout posted, you cant beat a bogger for mud(except for ag. tires )
|11-14-2007 08:00 AM|
|11-14-2007 02:05 AM|
Tires- Can't go wrong with http://www.1010tires.com/tire.asp?ti...+Country+M%2FT
|11-13-2007 11:18 PM|
|Scout||Try these: http://www.intercotire.com/site28.php|
|11-13-2007 10:58 PM|
Good tires for South florida mostly mud
Hi i drive a 2003 jeep rubicon completley stock. Just wondered what would be a good lift kit and good tires for mudding and also driving through dirt rodes? I use the jeep to get everywhere. Also thinking of getting a snorkler but where do i buy one?