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what is biggest street legal mud tire

my friend was 42in super swamper and he wants to go bigger. whats the biggest he can go up too
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You would need to look at the state vehicle regulations..
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The largest DOT approved tire for consumer use is the 54" Interco Bogger I do believe... There's such things as lift laws and tire laws and flare/mudflap laws....vary state state.
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54" is the biggest that I know of. Even that will likely not be legal in all states.
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Your reflectors cant be more than 60 inches off the ground to be street legal that the only law you lucky bastards
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WHOOOO HOOO nebraska seems pretty easy
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yeah i think if you go bigger than 54" youre looking into like tractor tires or somethin
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Kentucky and Maryland has NO lift laws lmao!!
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lol wyoming oregon and ND
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Not to ruin all the fun but keep in mind that is an enthusiast site that made that chart. Holds no legal ground what-so-ever.

Check with your state since these laws vary my answer is probably different than yours.
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lol wyoming oregon and ND
lmao nevada with 24" bumper from ground ... the law for LOWERING CARS in california is 22" from center headlights to ground

lowest i ever had was my accord at 15" ... yet i got ticketed in my integra which was 20" (borrowed larger rims with bigger meats which put it up to 23 lol)
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