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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-16-2001, 01:14 PM Thread Starter
 
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Boggers - How heavy?

Ok, can someone tell me the actual weight of the 33x14.5 Boggers??
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Around 80 lbs. each. I had to call Tyres Itnl. to find out and that is what they charge shipping weight: 80lbs.

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<font color=red>PLENTY</font color=red> heavy to munch stock Samurai axles if you aren't careful! [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/laugh.gif[/img][img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/laugh.gif[/img][img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]



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Thanks a lot skeetshooter!!!

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Damn, that means that my 16x35 Boggers are more then that! WOW, I knew that they were heavy, but not that heavy!

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WELL IT WOULD SEEM THAT IT WOULD ALSO MATTER ON THE OFF-SET YOU USE, BUT THAT IS MY TWO CENTS!

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Re: Boggers - How heavy?

They will apply more pressure to wheel bearings and spindles hubs etc. But I wouldnt think that they would break axles any easier if more offset is applied to your wheels. But I have given thought to moving my front springs inboard to allow me to run wheels with more backspacing.
I currently run 33x15.50 TSL/SX on bart 2" backspaced wheels
and my SX's weighed around 76 lbs. I'll try to remember to weigh them tomorrow with the wheels I am curious as to how much the tire and wheel weighs. Question: Do tires weigh less if you air down? LOL LOL

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Re: Boggers - How heavy?

YES, AND THEY ARE LIGHTER IF YOU PUT HELIUM IN THEM. HA!!

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