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MOz 05-07-2007 06:41 AM

Super Swamper Pics (34" x 9.5") ??????
 
Anyone running the 34" x 9.5" wide Super Swampers on their rig (with stock rims)? I'm considering a set for my build and wanted to see if anyone had some pictures.

I would really want to keep the stock 5 star rims and I noticed that S.S. has a tire that fits those rims. I'm curious how they look.

Do these tires have any road manners?

jherrin215 05-07-2007 10:03 AM

You can put a wider tire on a stock rim. I am running a 12.50 on a set of canyons. They are 15 x 8 and I just had to get 1 1/4 inch spacer to widen them out to keep from rubbing.

kg4kpg 05-07-2007 10:18 AM

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Originally Posted by MOz (Post 79761)
Anyone running the 34" x 9.5" wide Super Swampers on their rig (with stock rims)? I'm considering a set for my build and wanted to see if anyone had some pictures.

I would really want to keep the stock 5 star rims and I noticed that S.S. has a tire that fits those rims. I'm curious how they look.

Do these tires have any road manners?

I ran 33's on the steel 5 star rims for a while and didn't have any problems. I just adjusted the stops out a little. The 34x9.5's will look good, I like the narrow tread tires. Look at the 34x10.5's also, I forgot who carried that size but that is what I plan to go with when my current tires wear out.

Mike001 05-07-2007 10:48 AM

I would get a regular size thats not a size readily carried anywhere that I know so if you get in a bind you'd be screwed. I would think about some 33x10.50's there ain't gonna be much noticable difference.

MOz 05-07-2007 12:05 PM

I was considering spacers, however BINARYKING mentioned that PA is against the use of them so the 9.5" that Super Swamper offers caught my interest.

Anyone have pictures?


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