I've almost completely decided to go with Buckshot radials, as I can't find readily available tires on the 16 inch rim in the 35 to 36 inch range. Yokohama Geolanders are backordered out the ass.
Anyway, Here I compare SS to Buckshot. Hmmmm, very similar. I know that SS suck on ice and rain, and thats a third of the year for me. Buckshots are reviewed as better on slippery surfaces, and I may run chains with them.
Anyway, I may go with a 35 inch radial M/T type tire instead. I'm open to ANY
suggestions. I hear Cooper makes a 35 mud terrain on a 16 inch rim, but also have heard from Tex that Coopers are really horrible tires, only get 5000 miles a set, and kill people regularly.[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]
So, in truth, I's rather go with a 35 inch radial than the buckshots because my truck in my ONLY
driver. Thank you in advance for any help.
BTW: Isn't that a cool chart ? Heh heh [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
Thank You All - RJ
<font color=blue>1978 K20 - 355ci, np205, th700</font color=blue>