Alright so I have been looking around and have found that it would be okay to run a 33" tsl in the front and a 33" bogger in the back for offroad purposes however have not found any answers about the effects on the road. So I guess my question is would this combination work for driving on the road? If it was my choice I want Tsl's on all four courners however right now I have a buddy who wants to buy my 31" all terrains but cannot find a decent set of 33" tires to replace them until I found this combo. I mostly ride moderate sandy trails down here in fl and try to stay out of the sticky deep mud so the added stress to the D35 does not Seem to be a worry right now and I have an axle swap planned in the future anyways. Thanks in advance for all help and opinions.
My vote is "OH YEAH". It will handle better with the narrower tires on the front.
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It has worked great for me on 3 cjs and a bronco. Bogger power out back with tsl up front to keep you in control on slopes. As far as on road 12.50 tsl up front are a hell of alot easier to steer(ive only had manual steering). And alot more docile than my 33x14 boggers were up there.
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