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post #1 of 6 Old 03-02-2008, 08:35 PM Thread Starter
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Gumbo Monster Mudders. Old School but maybe almost as good?

I have a set of 38.5x15x15 Gumbo Monster Mudders 95% tread. The tread pattern is almost like Swamps but minus the TSL. Does anybody still wheel on these tires or should i upgrade the next chance i get?
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post #2 of 6 Old 03-02-2008, 09:57 PM
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I had a friend who had these tires on a pickup years ago. They worked great!! I don't even know if you can get them anymore. I would use them if they were in my garage.
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You can still find them out there. There are still a great tire. There is a chance that they will be on the jeep for my next tire. Being my jeep is being built for a hunting/muddy trail rig.

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Don't use those tires! Send them to me so I can properly dispose of them.

How old are they? I wouldn't use them if they have any dry rot on them. but they are a great tire if the rubber is still good.

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Don't use those tires! Send them to me so I can properly dispose of them.

How old are they? I wouldn't use them if they have any dry rot on them. but they are a great tire if the rubber is still good.
There about 20 years old 85% tread. No lie. They have dry rot but hold air and pull good. Just one problem they dont have 3-Stage Lugs so sidewalls are kinda exposed. Not getin rid of them unless u want to trade TSL's

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post #6 of 6 Old 03-09-2008, 05:38 PM
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I would love to find a set of gumbos in 40's, can only find the 38" radial. I'd run 'em!

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