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Need bigger tires but what tires?

Ok I have been looking around and I found these on ebay
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/4-Goo...spagenameZWD1V
Is this a good price or should I look to buy at a local shop???

I dont even know if i wanna go 37, I might just go 35's. I want a loud tire but I also want a tire thats gonna last longer than a bogger. It has to be a great mudtire but good on the road too......Any input would help guys thanks
 
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for what you just mentioned.

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I dunno if i wanna pay for a swamper tho they seem very pricey
 
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MTRs arent really loud, or that great in the mud. but i would still get them.

get some 37x13x15 boggers it will look killer.
 
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I heard boggers dont last long tho???????

I found some on ebay
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/4-SUP...QQcmdZViewItem
A lil more money than the MTR's

Should I be looking at a local shop to buy tires I mean then it would be cheaper without the shipping. Even when they say free shipping they are still getting the shipping out of the money you pay for the tires
 
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ah 20,000 or so.

run these in a 36x14.5x15 they are sick IMO. but i still like your first choice.

 
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get those MTRs i think they will look killer on your truck and they have a nice hum to them. plus they have good road characteristics and good in the sand. i havnt had them in mud yet but i bet they are good.
 
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hmmmm I do like the width factor on those Truxus... They are like 275 a peice tho but i geuss im gonna have to spend some to get some

Yeah I might get the MTR's I like the look alot and there is more sand down here than mud anyway....Who am I kidding im 2wd I hardley go in mud anyway just for looks
 
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ya but it will look killer with them on there. and 14.5 inches wide.

my buddy has some 39.5x15x15 in those truxus that i want. he might be getting rid of them too. idk yet
 
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My brothers MT's have been on a year now they ride good and fairly loud, the tread depth new was like 29/32" they are at 27/32" now.price wasnt all that bad either from summit

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hmmmm I do like the width factor on those Truxus... They are like 275 a peice tho but i geuss im gonna have to spend some to get some

Yeah I might get the MTR's I like the look alot and there is more sand down here than mud anyway....Who am I kidding im 2wd I hardley go in mud anyway just for looks

ya 37" MTRs with 4.88s would be nice. idk if you know it or not and maybe you want black out but the 37" MTRs do not come in OWL
 
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ya but it will look killer with them on there. and 14.5 inches wide.

my buddy has some 39.5x15x15 in those truxus that i want. he might be getting rid of them too. idk yet
MMMMMmmmmmm 40's. I was gonna go big but F that gas is too $$$$$
 
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ya 37" MTRs with 4.88s would be nice. idk if you know it or not and maybe you want black out but the 37" MTRs do not come in OWL
I would get the black out or just face the whites inside like i did my buckshots
 
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oh ok just making sure you knew that. i have about 600 miles on my MTRs and love them. they are starting to get a little bit noisier too.
 
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Baja claws 37x13.50x15 at 270 a tire I like em tho

 
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yes they are sweet tires as well.

whats the ply rating on those 10?

i know a few people around here that have them on their 3/4ton trucks.
 
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Baja claws 37x13.50x15 at 270 a tire I like em tho


Was that from SUmmit I coulda swore they were cheaper now, my brothers were 149$ they were only 33x12.50's though, I think they were 10 ply though
 
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lol 33 to 37 is usually a BIG price differnce like double the price.
 
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yes they are sweet tires as well.

whats the ply rating on those 10?

i know a few people around here that have them on their 3/4ton trucks.
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yeah tires are costly I hope I can get atleast 300 outta my buckshots they are like a month old with like 2k on em
 
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yeah thats summit racings price
 
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Have you seen/considered the SuperSwamper SSR's?
 
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i sold my buckshots for 250 with over 20,000 miles on them
 
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yeah the MTR's are nicer for the price I found em for 212$ in 37x12.5r15 on tirerack
 
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Yea i like them but i just wish they made a 37x13.5x15 a lil bit widder would be nice i hate the look of pizza cutters damn ppl with thier 15x8's lol
 
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