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KarlVP

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FWIW my last two sets of tires for the jeep have been 37X12.5 R17 PBRs in the radial flavor.

I fucking love the tires. They do well every where I have taken them. I'm mostly rocks and snow wheeling. I was able to keep up with my buddy on 42 IROKs in the snow. I couldn't pass him, but I could keep up with him.
 

Pat McRotch

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Really, wtf is wrong with thornbirds?
I just got a set. They look cool and I hear they are good on pavement and even better in gravel. If that's the case, I can't wait till this winter. My muddy lawn will give them a run for my money foshizzle!
 

Paragon

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Back in the day, a datsun or other light truck with buckshot mudders would drive circles around any 4wd vehicle, so say the really deep cousin-loving rednecks.

Bonus points if the mudders were 35"ers and the front tires were stock
 

RobC

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There was a kid in my high school shop class with a beat c10 long bed that put something bigger than 35s on the back on stock wheels. Had to take the bed off and it had a hell of a rake. His legal name was Bud. Was a cool dude.
 

87manche

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Back in the day, a datsun or other light truck with buckshot mudders would drive circles around any 4wd vehicle, so say the really deep cousin-loving rednecks.

Bonus points if the mudders were 35"ers and the front tires were stock

is there any other way?
 
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