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post #46 of 55 Old 10-03-2012, 11:01 AM
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You'd be surprised lol. There is a "as seen from your jeep" thread floating around here somewhere.

Just poking fun at the tractor tires a little.


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post #47 of 55 Old 10-03-2012, 11:10 AM
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good luck on the rocks :P

obviously do well in mud though

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post #48 of 55 Old 01-12-2013, 01:08 AM
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yet they dont,look like they will get stuck hmm id go with the dumb look i have 35 mickys bajas on my 2012 1500 and i drive it daily and km2s on my jeep thats for the mud only and im looking for some like on that black jeep
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post #49 of 55 Old 01-12-2013, 02:13 AM
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weird, I got an email in the middle of the night because someone posted in an old thread.
that Jeep has been smashed into a cube and melted down, and hopefully on his way back to the Chrysler plant to become another jeep.
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tires on the black one are rice and kane tires. as metnioned before, made for the soggy rice fields, hence the large paddle like lugs.

on the green one, My old Jeep, they are Terra tires found on large Ditch Witch diggers. any tractor dealer should have them. size was 31x15.5-15.

and as with Charles81076 jeep, that one has not seen light of day in over a year now. it was rode hard and eventually put out to pasture.

the tires worked well for what they were. went all day at the Badlands in 2wd following a group of 4wd truck around with them. but for the last year or so of the jeep, it had 34" swamper LTB's on it.

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tires on the black one are rice and kane tires. as metnioned before, made for the soggy rice fields, hence the large paddle like lugs.

on the green one, My old Jeep, they are Terra tires found on large Ditch Witch diggers. any tractor dealer should have them. size was 31x15.5-15.

and as with Charles81076 jeep, that one has not seen light of day in over a year now. it was rode hard and eventually put out to pasture.

the tires worked well for what they were. went all day at the Badlands in 2wd following a group of 4wd truck around with them. but for the last year or so of the jeep, it had 34" swamper LTB's on it.
I've had alot of tires. Swampers, boggers, mud grapplers, mud terrains....ect and the rice/cane tires put them all to shame. They were amazing off road.
They would shake you to death on hard packed dirt if you went more than 10mph though.
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I've had alot of tires. Swampers, boggers, mud grapplers, mud terrains....ect and the rice/cane tires put them all to shame. They were amazing off road.
They would shake you to death on hard packed dirt if you went more than 10mph though.
for muddy stuff i am sure they were hard to beat. My brother runs a set of deep lug, not as deep as the rice/kane tires, tractor tires on the front of his toyota for muddy conditions and they really do awesome. in dryer conditions though he is better off with his boggers up front.


in my experience the only thing that really comes close to tractors in mud are cut boggers with sharp edges still on them.

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I LOVE IT. I GOTTA GET SOME TIRES LIKE THAT. I cant Imagine ANY dot tire making it up that as easily. NICE
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I just watched the video again and I LOVE IT. Especially the girl that's rootin him on, She sounds so passionate.
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