Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Grayling, Michigan
Bronco Info: 466/c6/np205, 6" Deaver lift, 35" Boggers/TSL's, 9" Full Spool, D44 Trac lok, 4.56 gears
Done w/ Swampers, help me find an M/T!
Every review/poll I read is of people who are 95% pavement pounders looking for a mud terrain. Not me. I have a 78 bronco that currently has 35" boggers/TSL's (83lbs EACH!!), but I'm looking to get into less tire. I mainly use the truck for the sand dunes, some trail riding, and sand drags. I have paddles I will swap out on the rear to go fast in the sand. I also do an annual snow hill climb so I want them to compete in that too, and can't run the paddles due to class rules.
I don't really care about road manners or mud, as they will all drive down the road better than what I have now. I want a tire that performs well in sand and snow. If they perform well in sand, then they will do fine on all the trails around here. Looking for a 35/12.50-15 and they will be on a 10" wide wheel.
So far I am considering:
General Grabbers (Red letters)
So with all that in mind, what is the best OFF-ROAD tire?
2011 Ford F150 FX4_____1978 Ford Bronco
5.0L, CAI _____________466bbf, 6" lift, 35"tsl/boggers
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