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Old 11-21-2019, 10:54 AM
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Super Swamper opinions

I'm looking for more height and "wicked good traction" without going wider than I am. My rig mainly drives to offroad events, then offroads, then drives home, so it is NOT a daily but not a trailer queen. Currently running Dick Cepek Extreme Country 295-70-17 and really like the traction, but I'm doing more and thus could use more height. Looking at the Kenda threads, I went off doing a general search as the Kenda isn't going to cut it for traction and found that Super Swamper makes a 35x10-17 tire. Ok...what grabbed me was both the tread design and the fact that it's 28/32 inch. My Cepeks are 19/32" which I really like and I believe is the reason my open diff rig gets up some hills that rubicons on K02s end up winching up.

So.....any of you guys have experience with these tires? Here's the link: https://www.4wd.com/p/super-swamper-35x10-00r17-tire-tsl-sxii-sx2-70/_/R-BKBW-SX2-70?ppcfon=1&gp=1&ef_id=Cj0KCQiA5dPuBRCrARIsAJL7oeh K7ngaxvxIdcbvVbkLrTFr1s0hQuEwpBSQC0MiY4In3PfFd1oC_ m8aAiMDEALw_wcB:G:s&s_kwcid=AL!7836!3!389350609662 !!!u!293946777986!&s_kwcid=AL!{7836}!{3}!389350609 662!!!u!293946777986!&ecmp=s:google&utm_source=goo gle&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=shopping&emlprox=o ut&ppcfon=1&gp=1&gclid=Cj0KCQiA5dPuBRCrARIsAJL7oeh K7ngaxvxIdcbvVbkLrTFr1s0hQuEwpBSQC0MiY4In3PfFd1oC_ m8aAiMDEALw_wcB

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I think those would be awesome tires. I know plenty of hardcore wheelers that say once you go SS you never go back. Their on road shortcomings are made up for offroad.

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I ran the original SX 32"x11.5r15s exactly 20 years ago and I loved them - although they were LOUD at speeds of 55 mph+... They flat-spotted overnight, but bounced back to round after 5 minutes of driving. Traction was incredible. For an open differentialed Ford Ranger 4x4. I could have gotten about 25,000 miles out of them, but the noise as a daily was intense, so I immediately went to the BFG AT for immediate relief.
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