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I would really like to see a couple of pics of this tire on some rides. Also how loud is this tire on the road? I'm just wondering if it's going to be as loud as my Baja Claws... I like loud. Some pics and info would be great.
 

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They are not too bad of a tire if you want to get the most miles out of a swamper, In the mud they are nothing to brag about, not all that loud on the road ether, that or i can't hear'em b/c of the diesel! I've got about 42k on mine, probly get another 1,000 or so, once i got about 30k on them, they were a little scary when it rained!!

36x14.5x16.5 TSL Raidal
[img=500x330]http://memimage.cardomain.net/member_images/11/web/2147000-2147999/2147074_17_full.jpg[/img]
 

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Thanks for the info man. The picture you posted is not working though. Up! It's working now!
:bigthumb:
 

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I love mine. Never really had them in the mud though. They are pretty loud at highway speeds.

[img=500x375]http://www.brazosit.com/ps/afterstuck2.jpg[/img]
[img=500x375]http://www.brazosit.com/ps/dash_1.jpg[/img]
[img=500x375]http://www.brazosit.com/ps/new_tires_2.jpg[/img]
 

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There, Brent's got a good pic. The only thing about these tires is that they don't look 14.50 wide
 

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Thank you BIGGER, That's the kind of picture i wanted. :bigthumb:

I think they will look really nice on the Hoe!
 

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are they really that bad in the mud how good compared to say a BFG MT or a radial claw thanks
 

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I have never had mine in any real mud, but I took NickM's truck through some mud with TSL Radials and was thoroughly impressed. I guarantee they outperform BFG Muds hands down. No Comparison. The guys who are saying they suck in the mud, either didn't have enough power to keep them clean, or are comparing them to Boggers, or Hawgs.
 

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On 2005-12-08 06:32, BIGGER wrote:
I have never had mine in any real mud, but I took NickM's truck through some mud with TSL Radials and was thoroughly impressed. I guarantee they outperform BFG Muds hands down. No Comparison. The guys who are saying they suck in the mud, either didn't have enough power to keep them clean, or are comparing them to Boggers, or Hawgs.

I took my truck (NickM's old truck) throug some red clays {expletive} because that is all there is around here. Anyways they gripped really good and cleaned out well too. I was in 2wd coming up this one hill and I was throwing mud on the truck in front of me. I am runnning the 38X15.50's though.
 

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Yeah they are pretty loud on the highway. I was on the phone with Brent and could here them.
 

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i used to have the 36x14.5 TSL Radials.

on the Highway, it sounds like you are sitting next to the engine on an airplane.

i never really listen to the radio or talked to my wife if we took my truck.

i thought they were pretty decent in the mud.
i get asked to take my Dodge to real muddy construction sites if someone needs to get around or drive the topograhical survey with RTK.

but i thought they were absolutely horrible on the street in Rain and Snow, even more so once they got down about 1/2 way.
 

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On 2005-12-08 09:59, does it matter wrote:
i used to have the 36x14.5 TSL Radials.

on the Highway, it sounds like you are sitting next to the engine on an airplane.

i never really listen to the radio or talked to my wife if we took my truck.

i thought they were pretty decent in the mud.
i get asked to take my Dodge to real muddy construction sites if someone needs to get around or drive the topograhical survey with RTK.

but i thought they were absolutely horrible on the street in Rain and Snow, even more so once they got down about 1/2 way.

:withstupid: In the rain they get pretty squirrely!
 

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heres some pics of myne. 36x14.5r16.5
Myne do look 14.5 wide. I have them on the recomended 10" wide wheel.
[img=500x375]http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y286/fwdram/0f08c2e1.jpg[/img]
[img=500x375]http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y286/fwdram/April05040.jpg[/img]
[img=500x375]http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y286/fwdram/April05027.jpg[/img]

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Nice picture's guys. I order my new rims and tire today. Five 36x14.50x15 TSL Radials, Four 15x10 Micky Thompson Classic Locks, One Rock Crawler 15x10 for spare.

Can't wait! :silly:
 

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On 2005-12-08 21:18, BubbaDodge wrote:
Nice picture's guys. I order my new rims and tire today. Five 36x14.50x15 TSL Radials, Four 15x10 Micky Thompson Classic Locks, One Rock Crawler 15x10 for spare.

Can't wait! :silly:

Should look pretty good. I am running 15X10 rims, so yours should look similar to mine.
 
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