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Unread 03-13-2013, 06:14 PM   #1
kmssova1
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weight of discontinued 35x12.50 silent armour

Trying to compare weight to new bfg at or duratracs. Have silent armour 33x12.50r15 now. Want 33x10.50 or 11.50 or so even if have to go to 16 rims. Want to go a little narrower. Heard good and bad about bfg at in snow (Michigan). If go with e load range will it make jeep ride like hell? Someone sad I can run 30 psi in 60 or 80 psi load e tire. This true and not affect tire performance or wear?

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