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Walmart TSLs ?

check these out, didn't have any sizes listed on the rack ,though.



I'm gonna try to post this pic... it's in my hotmail and I'm not on my comp.


Oh well, can I email it to someone??
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For some strange reason I do not believe you.
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Can you post it for me?
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Lol these are not TSL's. These are an off-brand mud-terrain. Alot of companies try to copy this type of tread design.



This is a TSL.

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I know they aren't TSLs, I was just saying they looked like them.
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Maybe wal-mart tsl imitation would be a better topic title? Those look pretty crappy.. I'd just pony up for the real thing. Well maybe if they were half price.
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actually those walmart fake tsl's are pretty dam good. i gaot 4 237 75 r 15's on my truck for the winter. i got them studed and about 10k on them so far and no sign of wear and they have awsome traction. only thing is they do produce a fair amount of roar noise but i guess that is expected.
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whats the official name on them?
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nevermind i found them.. lets see if i can link it to wallyworlds page

and heres the site
http://www.walmart.com/catalog/produ...ex=&tire_size=
super sport ht.. they aren't exactly cheap, thats for a 235
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well im from canada and i got them for 580 installed studed and balanced out the door. i thought this was a half decent price. i had trouble trying to find something studed and i looked at hanook's but they were like 100 more. but for this summer i am thinking about either 31x10.5 or a 32x11.5 on my factory edge rim's with may be a 2" crank and a aal. what do you all think of that combo. sorry to hijack tread
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well im from canada and i got them for 580 installed studed and balanced out the door. i thought this was a half decent price. i had trouble trying to find something studed and i looked at hanook's but they were like 100 more. but for this summer i am thinking about either 31x10.5 or a 32x11.5 on my factory edge rim's with may be a 2" crank and a aal. what do you all think of that combo. sorry to hijack tread
if you are going to use the factory rim then dont go larger than 31x10.5 because you only have a 15x7 wheel and a 11.5 inch wide tire is too much and it will wear out too fast... the 32's will fit just fine though with a mild t-bar crank if you dont mind the faster tire wear...

back on topic i dont think those tires are worth it
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hey wally world has the goodyear MT/R 35x12.5R15 for 180.99 down here. aint that really low?
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yeah thats pretty good, those tires are usually expensive
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132 for 265x75x16. not that bad of a price, figuring walmart is everywhere and can get lifetime rotation and balance.
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I love these tires...i had the 235x75 15s on my tracker they were awsome im gonna have to get another tracker and some more of these.....
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