I also used to run 33 x 9.50 BFG MT's and 34 x 10.50 LTB's on my old Toyota's. Knew a guy in college that ran 38.5 x 11 Boggers, THOSE worked good!
No pictures, but I was very impressed that last time I saw some in action. This guy in an old built Ford was trying to get through a mud pit on really wide 35" mudders. He was spinning and just trying to get through, he actually took 4 runs at the hole before he got through. A guy with an old school Power Wagon on really skinny 35's or 37's tried it right after the Ford did and he walked right through it. It was very interesting to watch.
Dont know if anybody makes them^ But trust me...34X10.5 is skinny enough. I love skinny tires and I thnk a 34X9.5 would look to skinny. The 10.5 looks perfect
I had some 34x10.5 super swampers
2000 Tj 4.7L supercharged, with a nv3500 and SYE np231. Currie Hp 9"s w/ 4.56 and arbs, rubicon express 4.5" SF, 1" BL, 35" BFG M/T, warn m8000, all custom armor, cage and bumpers front and rear with tire swing away, CB, Currie HD steering, and some other things
I used to run 33 x9.50's and really loved them in the snow and mud,they were the kelly safari msr's, great tires,never got stuck
"shoot first,we have shovels"
2004 X w/ RESF 4.5- super 44/44 w/arb 35x12.50R15mt/r- all armored up! Warn 9.5 ti(front) 9.5xp(rear) (SOLD)
1999 Cherokee sport (build in progress)
New toy. ZO6
BFG MT's in the 33x10.50's flavor on 15x7" Jeep steelies. LOVE the combination. I can air down to a good trail pressure without slipping a bead off the wheel, dig through mud/rocks/dirt etc.. and still drive it daily. PLUS i don't have to run those extended flares to stay street legal!
Too skinny for my flavor, but I did try them and did not like.
34x10.50 on 15x7's
'05 [COLOR=Silver]Bright Silver Metallic[/COLOR] Rubicon
5.5" Rock Krawler L.A. Kit, Rubicon Express Mono Tube Shocks, 305/7016 BFG M/T's on Moabs with SpiderTrax Spacers, KC SlimLites Fogs, Ramsey Patriot 9500lb winch, TKH bumper & tire/hi-lift carrier, Rokmen Rockers Cobra 18WX-ST II CB Radio w/ a 4 ft Wilson Antenna.
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