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  • super swamper LTB

    im looking at getting a set of these these tires in 34/10.5/15 for my yj and wanted to know how well they perform and also how they wear. thanks

  • #2
    I can tell you that in the mud they perform like nothing else on the market. There is a guy that we wheel with that has these on a Toyota Tacoma in the 33 inch size, and none of us can follow him.

    As far as on the street, I'd say they suck considering they have such massive lugs and they are bias ply. I'd run them definitely on a trail rig...but on a street/trail rig I'd look elsewhere. Just my opinion.

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    • #3
      i agree with him, i have a set of 33's for offroad use only. i havnt had a chance to use them on rocks yet, ive only used them in the State Mud Boggs and random mud runs, and they kicked *** so far. they dig like crazy. i dove with them on the road 2 times and they suck, mind you mine are unbalanced, but reguardless, not a street friendly tire

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      • #4
        Ltb

        I have a 87 YJ w/4" Rough Country lift,34 10.50 LTBs mounted on 8" rims.
        I munched the right rear first time out, the rear bottom of the wheelwell took a bite out of the tire...brand new shoes, kinda p!$$ed me off. So I picked up a set of TJ flares (used Bushwackers off CraigsList) and clearanced the wheelwells to accomodate. No more clearance issue, if you are squeamish about cutting sheetmetal you may want to lift the rig more with either shackles or a body lift.
        The tires are a bit bumpy on the road until they warm up, but that's a big bias ply tire for you. If you are going to do more highway than trail use I would definitely go for a radial tire. But off road the LTB kicks butt!

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        • #5
          i got the 33x13s on my cj and they are truly awesome even on rocks they are pretty good but in the mud they are unbeatable

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