Well i was thinking boggers. BUT, 1.)I would need some flair to keep it legal. 2.) I drive this rig. It takes itself to the mud, up to my cabin's, it still need to be very streetable.
It already as l/s front and rear so it goes threw the mud pretty good. It has 33" pro comp muds now, I actually am lookin for a cheaper tire, maybe a kumho m/t
Well for suspenison. 8" skyjacker coils, Superlift drop brackets and extended radius arms, skyjacker brakelines, superrunner steering(needs to be worked for it to work with 8" coils.) The rear is just going to be soa + 2" stock ranger block with traction bars. Doetsch 14" travel shocks.
IM still workin on my hood getting it repair. It will be getting 7.5" line brake led tail lights(suicide doors), roll cage and harnesses.
It also needs a horsepower improvement sooo...
422 comp cam, 988 valve springs, asp crank pulley, ported heads and intake manifold. Those are just the starters, I really wanna keep the 4.0ohv after this tranny blows up again even though its been rebuilt with hd parts so it should take sometime i will put a c4 behind it. I figure i dont need od with 4.56's and 35's should be able to keep it at 65-70mph at 2.5k-3k rpm range. But with those power adders it should be able to brake those tires loose pretty easily.
Claws suck in the mud. There ok going forward but because of there thread design they don't do anything in reverse. If you want mud tires that are more streetable then boggers then go with TSLs or something.
Claws suck in the mud. There ok going forward but because of there thread design they do anything in reverse. If you want mud tires that are more streetable then boggers then go with TSLs or something.
exactly what i was going to say, you cant build a mud truck, esp a truck with 8" of lift, and expect it to be good on the road, so just get some good tires while your at it
SAS are for *****s. Lol Not really. Well since after my plans are done this TTb will produce over 14" of travel
Im actually lookin for a cheaper tire ,claws are to pricey.
Lol maybe i should of worded it difference. This is going to be my offroad truck. Around here its mostly muddy trails. All the trails are atleast 15 miles from my house. My ranger isnt ready to tow this thing yet, so it needs to be driven to the trails.
8" of lift is nothin if it is setup properly. Its even gonna have a "swing set steering" well its just a modify'd superrunner steering kit.
It acutally will sit at around 7" after the springs settle
bought some tires last night should be here tomorrow, and mounted tuesday or wednesday...
Oh.... they are 37x13.0r15 Boggers 50% tread left got them for $500. Should be a great tire to build my truck around.
Dont know how they are going to fit only with a 5.5" lift. haha, but there should be a d44 under there after i get the 37's. But its only gettin lifted 2-3" more. It will be Soa front and rear with yota 4 runner 3" leaf springs in the front and 2" blocks in the rear with homemade traction bars.