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tries out the tsl's (PIC'S)

well the tsl's i got for $150 a week ago i finally tried out a little yesterday...work great off road..loud as hell on the road but handle good..so far..pix (cell pix)

tried to go up a hill my friend did in his yota on 33's but i got high centered so bad the 3rd time trying that i had to get pushed off my his truck (bumper to bumper)

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rattles the dash like crazy dont they....
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English...do you speak it?
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Looks
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good deal. my roomie has em on his gen 2 and they freakin humm!
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nice. these tires really are the ****. but if daily driven don;'t last very long lol

and nice flame mall crawler tire in the last pic hahaha :D
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Looks pretty good....When you lifting?
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looks like a blast
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good deal on them
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ya i speak English..just fuked up on the typing. but they dont rattle the dash to bad...but there is this one speed at about 19 that causes this weird vibration and rattle...think its the coins in the cup holder but only then. ill be lifting my truck as soon as i get it regeard...the 3.73 and 3.0 defiantly could not handle 33's. plus i got to thinking that a body lift wont really help me with clearance much other than fitting bigger tires....but even with 33's thats only like 1 inch more frame clearance......
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about how many miles should i expect to get out of these on a dd? i know people say they dont last long but how long will they last....front are at about 1/2 and backs are at like 1/3
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my 3.0 33's and 3.73 open did pretty well even went through a mud pit over tires and came out lucky but still came out...:)
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about how many miles should i expect to get out of these on a dd? i know people say they dont last long but how long will they last....front are at about 1/2 and backs are at like 1/3
maybe 10k thats all i have gotten out of my mud rovers and they had more tread than your front ones when i got mine. but it looks like you right rear is bald?
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thats weird it does look like that.....but no its got 1/3 or so tread.
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not bad
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your rig is just screaming "WASH ME!"
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downey, i dissagree,diffrent brand are diffrent, the tsls,s will do fairly well for wear
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thats weird it does look like that.....but no its got 1/3 or so tread.
you do know that a 1/3 is bigger than 1/4, ( 1/4= 4/16+ 1/3=3/8 or 6/16 their about) if wrong sue me lol, not trying to be a ***** just trying to sound smart haha
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ya i know that....but 1/3 is also smaller than 1/2...lol
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ya i know that....but 1/3 is also smaller than 1/2...lol
haha yeah true. I didn't mean to come across rude if I did, but I saw my chance to sound really smart so I took advantage.lol
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Those 30's or 31's? I miss my tsl's... except they were 30's and I hated not running 32's like I had been/am now.

Can't wait to get some swampers again... except about 4 inches bigger
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they are 31....but unlike most 31's the tsl 31 measures to be like 31.7 or somthing
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