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Unread 03-03-2015, 10:58 AM   #1
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35x10.5x16

Only two tire I can find in this size the Interco SSR and Bogger. Id really like to stay with the narrower tire, but their pricey and more aggressive than I need. Who runs these, how do you like them, got any pics installed?

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I run a 35.5 9.50 15 tsl. Does that count?

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Enabler!!!!, Heretic!!!! This is denial. It's not part of the 12 step process. "Hi, my name is Ian, and I hate Torx." Hello brother Ian. Friends don't let friends use Torx bolts. Just mail them out to me, and I'll drop them in the volcano and let Pele take care of them.

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Its dam close. I really like the narrower tire look, just not sure if its too narrow in that height. got any pics straight on from the front? Thanks for the help, seems like most people just settle for that 12.5" wide tire.
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I'll find you a pic.

They're q-78/15 if you're looking for th size.

How about from the rear?
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Enabler!!!!, Heretic!!!! This is denial. It's not part of the 12 step process. "Hi, my name is Ian, and I hate Torx." Hello brother Ian. Friends don't let friends use Torx bolts. Just mail them out to me, and I'll drop them in the volcano and let Pele take care of them.

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Unread Yesterday, 04:05 PM   #5
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They look awesome, thanks for the pic.
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