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I finally gave up putting 44's under my ride. But, I got a good deal on a set (4) 38x15.50 TSL Radials. ($75 each/95% tread) are these things worth a darn? Sorry they are not Yokahama Geolanders........... Any thoughts????

/wwwthreads_images/icons/cool.gif '87 Chevy 1t SWB in the making!
 
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a buddy of mine has a set on his (show) truck after sitting all winter they are showing a fair amount of dry rot cracks his other swampers didnot do this thats about all i know about them


 

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TSL Radials are excellent tires!/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif I would take those over geolanders any day!

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In my garage! LOL!!!

/wwwthreads_images/icons/cool.gif '87 Chevy 1t SWB in the making!
 
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I noticed the sidewalls dont seem to be as thick as the non-radials. I'm very happy with my tsl bias plys. I got mine for $50 each on rims (i think). I am looking for 44's too. The price just went up to $400 each for boggers and I heard they narrowed them to keep them from splitting.


"Bubba Tub" 1977 K-10 350,Th350,Np203 D60/14ff 4.56's Detroit Rear. 7" lift, 39.5/16.5 Swamper TSL's.
 
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Super swampers are good tires......now compared to the Superswamper SX's.....hmmmmm I think those are better.

My friend ran some TSL's on his Bronco a while back and he liked them. Ran them through some crrraazzzy mud.


 
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