Re: 33\"x9.5\" Mud terrain any good?
I've never run the 33x9.50s, but here's my opinion for what it's worth:
It really depends on the individual and the terrian you like to run in, but........
I like the idea of the narrower tire on a light weight rig like the Zuk. This will create more contact pressure and should give better traction in a lot of situations than a wider tire (theory anyway). Better turning radius than a 33x12.50. Less flotation is better for light mud and snow, to dig to the solid ground below the goo (not good for deep mud or snow though). I run 31x10.50 BFG ATs on my CJ and like them a lot. You'd probably be hard pressed to find a tougher "radial". The mud tires have a good general purpose tread and a good reputation. I'd prefer to run them on a 15x7........I dont know if the 5.5" is a good idea or not (just assuming the 7" wuld be better).
'77 CJ5 Fozzy Locker
20 degree RTI 1250
'87 Samurai Stock (for now)