i honestly dont see how....they run they all over rausch creek and everyone i talk to says they are hards as all hell and you got to beat the crap out of them with pretty much no air pressure in them to get them to flex at all...
First, its the magician not the wand.
i'll have to show you these tires. Seeing is believeing, and I'm sure you'll find they are different than others may have claimed. As far as hard, quite contrary on the Rockers. While the Maddogs and Growlers have a harder compound as they are mud and street tires, respectively, the Rocker is a crawl tire and the compound is very soft (not as soft as Krawlers, but close). So soft, you can easily twist the lugs with just 2 fingers. They stick like glue on slickrock.
As for hard casings, I run 10 psi usually and can go to 6 psi without too much bulge or loss of height. At 0 psi, the tire will go complete flat with the rim sitting on the casing, on the ground. 0 psi will pop the bead as soon as I roll. While the sidewall is 6-ply and way thicker rubber than Intercos (nearly 2x as thick), they flex VERY well even under the weight of the Sammy (and WAY better than Yankee Bob's Yoko MT's)
Another thing to consider though, is they run larger than stated (which is opposite of most tires). My 33x13.50x15's actually are 33.25 x 13.74. On my 8" rims, they stand 34". A good thing is, they are actually rather affordable (on par with LTB's), and all-american made.
I'll show you at GZ by letting you wheel my rig. I think you'll likey.