Like many in South Florida I wheel in a lot of mud... deep thick MUCK! I rolled boogers (35/12.5R15) and they were pretty good... but sucked on the road and never reverse them in the mud (instant clogged) I longed for something better and boy did I find it in Genius Tires ! (37/13.5R17) I mounted them on Chrysler 300 steelies with 1" spacers... these are absolutely the most amazing mud tires short of V treads!
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These tires have held up amazingly well... they are recaps but Genius now offers virgins in a wide range of sizes... granted I do not run these as DD I have general grabbers for that... I typically trailer or toter to events... but they have been fantastic...
I am actually looking at upgrading top 40s in the near future... an Atlas is soon to find its way into my rig!
2004 TJ willy's edition OME 2" lift with 3 of BL...Nth degree tummy tuck, 1' MML... G2 D44s front and rear Currie CAs... poison spider defender series fenders...
If you have need to Jeeptoberfest, Krawlen for the Fallen, devil's garden or Lazy springs you may have seen these in action...
so if I found a great product that really works and I have beat the heck out of it and they still keep right on digging I am NOT supposed to share this with fellow jeepers? I have been contributing to this forum for some 6 years... and I am in NO way associated with the marketing or sales of these tires... so what exactly is the issue?
From the TJ Forum rules:
Please try to keep your messages on topic. For this message group, that means talking about technical items related directly to, and only to, a TJ. If it crosses models, please post in the appropriate forum (such as General Offroad, Lifts/Shocks/Tires, Radios & Electrical, etc).
Essentially it isn't a TJ specific post as the tires can go on other vehicles. I said barely as you provided more details on what it took to fit them.