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Good AT tire for texas.

My brotherin law is down in texas (san antonio area now soon to be del rio) what works good for a 33" tire?
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Re: Good AT tire for texas.

I heard there is a sami for sale down there with 33's on it already...
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Re: Good AT tire for texas.

Hey I am trying to get rid of one out of the yard okay?
(It will have full rro coil 6-1 and all the bling too.)
Of course I will be likly building the whole thing as Boeing
paid him off on his vac time and he won't likly be out this year. [img]images/graemlins/crazy.gif[/img] )
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Huh? Whats going on? You building the suspension? Check out Shaffers kit, its redesigned and cheaper. Tkat2k(Tom) is selling your old Weasel (in Texas), that was the meaning of my last reply
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Re: Good AT tire for texas.

I run BFG MT's. Inexpensive, and work well for our type of terrain, and more traction than Sammy axles need. I've had them as low as 5lbs of pressure and never blown a bead or cut a sidewall.

I ran 32's for about 8 monts broke 2 axles and 2 minispools so yes I wheel it hard. Now upgrading to Toy axles. but putting 35" BFG's on them.

I dont care for boggers down here in the hard dirt and rocks. Too much hopping and chopping on the drivetrain.
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