They self clean pretty well due to the directional tread. They work great forwards, not so well in reverse. People say that in reverse they don't work at all, but its BS. Though they won't pull you out if you are greatly stuck, they will pull in reverse, they do have a decent lug void area so they clean some what well even going backwards.Im looking at a set of hawgs, what are the thoughts on them?
I will use them on the road, light mud and twice a year on the dunes..
My hawgs (40x17x15) measured out to 39" on a 15x12 wheel. A lot of people will BS you and say 37 or 38, but mine are a solid 39" when inflated with no weight on them (which is how they should be measured) and mine are about 85% tread.yes thank you for the help. I did regear my truck to 4.88 when i did the sas in it. Im runing a HD 44 in the front and 10.25 sterling in the rear. I have been runing 38.5 boggers and i love em but they are getting pretty whopped out due to the road use. Also do you know how theyd measure up in actual height when they say 40s with id say 90% + tread?
Yes you can buy them, where though I'm not sure. Interco is making them, and I see blems appearing all the time on the blemish page, so obviously they are rolling off of the assembly line. Where they are going no one knows though...So can you buy Hawgs again or are you buying used ones.
My hawgs (40x17x15) measured out to 39" on a 15x12 wheel. A lot of people will BS you and say 37 or 38, but mine are a solid 39" when inflated with no weight on them (which is how they should be measured) and mine are about 85% tread.
Also the 38.5's really measure about 36.5-37" (they say they should measure 38 but it isn't so!) the 40's are a pretty big jump, 3 inches roughly. The 38.5's run really small. The 40's look like a 40.
Also, I've run with a friend that uses 38.5 hawgs and I bullshit you not, he just can't go through the same stuff. The 40" and 44" hawgs use a much larger lug void then the lower sizes. I'd definitely jump to 40's if you can fit them. Also if you check out my ground hawg cutting thread in the tires/wheels section you'll see i'm actually looking to cut mine soon into a v-tread type deal. I assume they'll perform about as well as a bogger.