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Old 07-05-2009, 11:09 PM   #1
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What is everyone's opinion on superswamper tsl radials, or any other superswamper tires, or any other 4x4 tires.( Examples or brands)
I'm soon to be shopping for some new tires.

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Old 07-06-2009, 12:06 AM   #2
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I love my TSLs, but they're hard to balance, go out of round with ease, don't get much road life, but are great off the highway.
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I've been running the 36" TSL/SX on my 91 ranger for 2 years and its daily driven. I didn't bother with trying to balance them and I find that they don't vibrate that bad other than they flat spot when parked overnight. Takes a little bit of driving to go round again. I've got probably 15,000km's on them right now and they are all wearing evenly at 15/32nds. They start out new at 21/32nds. I run them at 35psi on the street.

Hands down they are the best tire i've run yet. Super tough casing, great sidewall grip, and overall awesome traction.
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