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Re: Big tire runners help ....
On size, I think 35's are about the sensible limit for rock crawling a Zuk unless you are stretching the wheelbase to 90-inches or beyond. Heavier tires will help somewhat, but in my opninion, you start to get to a point where your center of gravity is getting pretty high for a narrow, short-wheelbase rig on the rocks. End-over-end is a thrill I prefer to pass on [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
I think the TSL's and IROC's are good choices. The MTR's, as said above, have bullet-proof sidewalls, are light, flex very well, have an effective tread pattern, and are relatively cheap. They are my choice because of price. If money was no object, I would like to try the other two though for comparison sake.