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the 35s

[img=http://img206.imageshack.us/img206/3077/dangerrangerrg0.th.jpg]

[img=http://img522.imageshack.us/img522/6412/tornbirdszh9.th.jpg]

the new tires picked em up for $100 bucks even if im not a fan of thornbirds i can run um for that price

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cool... anymore pics?
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looks good, not my personal taste in tires

how wide are those? like 35x14s?
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35. 14,50 on 10 inch rim
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I wonder how good they would be if you grooved them out a bit
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im not sure but i may have to try me a little experament
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I was thinking the same thing maybe if they were grooved a little the might work better. That tread seems really close together.
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looks beefy
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yeah, grove them out. Mud will fill those things in so quickly.
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Those are nice...I would shave some of the lugs a bit and open it up.
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i have heard thornbirds suck.. but let us know, so i have a fist hand review, but besides that they look pretty beefy and knobby, especially the side lugs. Those things are insane!
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ya so far the only thing they been in is realy soft sand, and they did realy good i power braked in 2wheel drive and sunk in to the rear axle, then locked it low and pop right out
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they look like theyd be great for the sand, but iv heard they suck at everything
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how do you turn? haha
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yall may not belive me but the way these rims are i can turn at full lock and not even touch the sway bar.where on my 33s 12.50 would scub on the sway bar at full lock, but thats on stock rims. but flexing is not so fun the rear scubs pretty bad ,and these things ride like **** on the highway, over 55 its pretty bumpy
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