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07-23-2006 10:40 AM
JeepCrawler98
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Originally Posted by firstaidTJ
can I blame newbie inxperience :o .....oh I'll just blame Frank (they were on his Jeep)
No! impossible, it's all your fault
07-23-2006 10:06 AM
97REDTJ Hey everyone i got the new TSL's on saturday and well.........I LOVE THEM!!!! I got them balenced and mounted on saturday morning and i had the top and doors off and the howl off the tires gave me an ear to ear smile! i went out and did a little trial ridding yesterday and i loved how the tires took control of the trail. With my old A/T's i was worryed about doing some stuff because i know the little knobs could'nt take it but with those TSL's the just bite the ground and go!!! Ill try to get some pics up to show the new tires in action!
07-22-2006 11:21 PM
steamnsteel I had a set of TSL 33's on my CJ, they were the biased ply and they would hump and bump until they started taking a little heat. I did lots of rocks, mud and gravel while wheeling and driving, I loved those tires and they wore really well. I never ran more than 24psi in them even when on the highway. Yes, they did hunt a little but some of that was the CJ from being used and abused.

TSL is a great tire, I never had a flat with them and never got stuck (unless I high centered). Don't know how many miles i put on them but they lasted a long time for the type of driving that they were used for.
07-22-2006 06:27 AM
mrbigjeep ya, that would suck to buy another new set of tires after only 6 months
07-21-2006 11:25 PM
dusmcbro
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Originally Posted by 97REDTJ
I am thinking about buying some SS TSL off a buddy of mine but i was wondering this will be my daily driver and weekend wheeler, How do yall think they will do on the raod. There not brand knew but still have about 50% tread on them and there a 33x12.5 tire. So if yall could help me out on how this will run on the street and trail. Thank's.....97REDTJ.

Dude, i ran 35in tsl sx's and they were like 90% when i got them. They lasted like 6months. I would go with another tire, cuz you gonna end up buying new ones shortly after gettting the tsl's.


Go with MTR's.
07-21-2006 04:20 PM
Texapple
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Originally Posted by JeepCrawler98
Be glad you didn't - not only do thornbirds suck on road, they suck even worse off of it.

can I blame newbie inxperience :o .....oh I'll just blame Frank (they were on his Jeep)
07-21-2006 03:28 PM
JeepCrawler98
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Originally Posted by 97REDTJ
hahaha the tread on those tires looked pretty hardcore. I was looking to maybe buy some of those Thornbirds but than my buddy said he had these TSL that he sale me for only 250 so i had to jump on that deal. Now i just cant wail to get them on my jeep.hahaha
Be glad you didn't - not only do thornbirds suck on road, they suck even worse off of it.
07-21-2006 03:27 PM
Bob1014 I have the 33X10.50 TSL radials on my jeep and they are a good tire.I drive about 80 miles a day highway and they have about 30k on them and still have a little more than 1/2 tread left on them.There is no uneven wear spots on them and they ride just as good as the BFG KM's I had before.I say for $250 it's hard to pass up.
07-20-2006 11:25 PM
97REDTJ hahaha the tread on those tires looked pretty hardcore. I was looking to maybe buy some of those Thornbirds but than my buddy said he had these TSL that he sale me for only 250 so i had to jump on that deal. Now i just cant wail to get them on my jeep.hahaha
07-20-2006 10:53 PM
Texapple
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Originally Posted by 97REDTJ
heck ya brother the loader the rumble the better.
darn, If I knew you 2 months ago......I had some Thornbirds I'd sold ya they made some serious road noise!
07-20-2006 10:42 PM
97REDTJ heck ya brother the loader the rumble the better. i mean the A/T i got now kinda hum..but not enough. lol. i cant wait to get these TSL tomrrow and get them mounted its going to be awesome!.....i hope lol.
07-20-2006 10:37 PM
mrbigjeep lol yeah i know what u mean...part of the reason in getting mud terrains is cuz i love the hum of the tires on the pavement...just like u said...its music to my ears ...i would seriously like it louder than the dumb all terrain thats on there now lol
07-20-2006 10:02 PM
97REDTJ But o ya there the radial not the bia's.
07-20-2006 10:01 PM
97REDTJ But heck i love the noise of a heavy treaded tire going down the rode. im tired of this little all terrian hum i want a big roar so people can hear me comming ha ha ha. I dont do a lot of highway driving I mainly do city and short ( about 30 to 45 min ) trips if i dont trailer it.
07-20-2006 09:52 PM
JeepCrawler98
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Originally Posted by 97REDTJ
what do you mean by road manners? I mean if they hum going down the road its music to my ears i like that sound. But explain road manners to me please?
They tend to follow ruts and 'tracks' in the road. Sometimes it's nice on smooth highways as it literally tracks like a train - however on normal roads, or uneven highways, it'll pull you all over the place.
07-20-2006 09:46 PM
4Jeepn I ran 33x12.50's TSL BIas... if you have the radials.. it will be a bit better.. but the sound is like a B-17 in a nose dive. The bias get flat spotting which means for the 1st 10 mins of driving you think you have death wobble. Then things smooth out. Figure if new no more than 20-25k miles out of them and that might be pushing it.
07-20-2006 09:35 PM
97REDTJ what do you mean by road manners? I mean if they hum going down the road its music to my ears i like that sound. But explain road manners to me please?
07-20-2006 08:16 PM
97REDTJ They are the radial's and the original TSL. Im getting 4 of them for 250 buck's. Did'nt sound to bad to me. But i still want to know what yall think.
07-20-2006 08:08 PM
Wr@ngler00 If they are bias they will have flat spots until they warm up. Also if they are bias they will wear really fast. I would go with radials but if they are cheap i would get them just to wheel with. I have 31 inch procomp radials and they are wearing pretty good. i would probably not use them on the street if they are bias and too expensive.
07-20-2006 07:59 PM
JeepCrawler98 which TSL are they? LTB, SSR, 'original' TSL?

Know that they're crappy street tires - don't last long, track funny, and the LTBs flat spot a lot (I have some temporarily ATM to get me by).
07-20-2006 07:47 PM
97REDTJ
Super Swamper TSL

I am thinking about buying some SS TSL off a buddy of mine but i was wondering this will be my daily driver and weekend wheeler, How do yall think they will do on the raod. There not brand knew but still have about 50% tread on them and there a 33x12.5 tire. So if yall could help me out on how this will run on the street and trail. Thank's.....97REDTJ.

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