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I have not had them in the mud yet, but on the rocks and dirt trails of a local offroad park, they are great. Lots of traction. The sidebiter treads and the big shoulder lugs are great. I was in a rut and they kept my truck half way up the side of a really deep section and I climbed right up the side.

On the highway, they are a bit louder than my MagnaFlow exhaust. Definately louder than BFG MTs. Not as loud as regular TSL or Boggers. I do have the 6 ply for 15" wheels so they are a bit softer than a 10 ply for 16" wheels. Three of the four balanced with small amount of weight while the 4th was a bit excessive, but not enough to take back.

They track very well, no wander/sway. Ruts in the road do not effect tracking. I have a rear locker and my old tires would slip during turns, these tires hold their traction during turns so the ride is a bit rougher as the locker works (unless I drive correctly and let the locker unlock)

I would by them again ina heartbeat and I have not even had them in mud or rain yet.
 

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I have only heard good things about the SSR's. I've also heard that they wear really good for a mud tire. The 6ply will work good.
 

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Not yet, but I am going wheeling on June 30th so I should have some pics a few days after that.
 

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Here are a few pics of the new SSRs and stuff















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Yes I agree they are great tires!!! I have had them for abought 7 months and only have good things to say!!!!
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Jason,
Your truck kicks ass for shure, and thats with the pro comp 3in lift?? looks bigger,
If that is 3in thats what im gonna run on my Ram because it look awsome.

-=DixieDodge=-
 

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Thanks, its the 3in Pro-Comp with a 3in body lift.
 

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I have enough travel to get through what I am willing to try and then some. Here is a pic of my truck stuffing both ends down at TruckHaven with the 3" suspension lift only, 35's and no front swaybar.



If I could afford a 5" lift (Skyjacker Double Flex Class II System is the only one I will buy) I would have it. I was going to get it when I bought my SSRs and body lift (going to 37 or 38's back then) until Iran out of $$.

Not that my 3" lift has not let me go wherever I wanted so far, by I jsut prefer the extra frame clearance.

In fact, I will be taking my truck on the lower portion of the Rubicon within the year if all goes well. Yes, it is the easier half, but my truck is just to wide to attempt the main part.
 
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