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Old 10-26-2010, 07:16 PM   #501 (permalink)
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So are you going to make 39.5 or 40 Rocker that arent super wide or not? Trying to decide whats going on my rig for next year.
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Old 10-28-2010, 10:54 AM   #502 (permalink)
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Do you have an estimated date when the 42X17s will be back?

I would really like to have a set by spring. Is that even possible?
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Old 10-29-2010, 02:14 PM   #504 (permalink)
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Do you have an estimated date when the 42X17s will be back?

I would really like to have a set by spring. Is that even possible?
All of the 42" are in stock except for the 16.5"

There are Pit Bull dealers on Pirate selling our tires. They will be more than happy to accommodate delivery. Thanks for the interest.
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I just completed my application to be a Pit bull Dealer Cant wait to start selling these things!
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37x12.50R16.5LT Rocker radials shipped to 49330 please.
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Old 08-17-2011, 05:48 AM   #507 (permalink)
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Got a quick question on tread wear and tread life.

Looking at the 35/12.50/17 Rocker Radials. How do they wear? How many miles can I expect to get out of them on a Late model Tacoma?

Truck only moves when it's on the way to the trails.......and some times that's 350 miles away. Would I have to worry about flat spots with the radial?

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Old 08-17-2011, 08:10 AM   #508 (permalink)
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Forgive me if this question has been asked. I didn't see it in the thread, but I could've missed it.

Do you have any plans to make a 39-40" Rocker Radial? Anything in the 13.5-15" width would be awesome.

Looking for my next tire and I want something in the 40" range, but with the Rocker only made in 37 & 41.5", I'm having a tough time. The 41.5" is a bit bigger than I wanted to go at this point and the 37" is just gonna be too small for my build.
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Forgive me if this question has been asked. I didn't see it in the thread, but I could've missed it.

Do you have any plans to make a 39-40" Rocker Radial? Anything in the 13.5-15" width would be awesome.

Looking for my next tire and I want something in the 40" range, but with the Rocker only made in 37 & 41.5", I'm having a tough time. The 41.5" is a bit bigger than I wanted to go at this point and the 37" is just gonna be too small for my build.
People have been asking for that size area for years. My suggestion start looking elsewhere if thats what you want.
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Yeah, unfortunately there's not much out there to choose from. Goodyear refuses to make the Kevlar anymore, too...
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Old 08-20-2011, 11:29 AM   #511 (permalink)
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I'll see if I can help on a couple of these questions real quick....

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Got a quick question on tread wear and tread life.

Looking at the 35/12.50/17 Rocker Radials. How do they wear? How many miles can I expect to get out of them on a Late model Tacoma?

Truck only moves when it's on the way to the trails.......and some times that's 350 miles away. Would I have to worry about flat spots with the radial?
We've had a few sets of the 35" Rocker Radials running around for a while now and they are wearing pretty good. I wouldn't expect the same mileage out of them as an all-terrain tire, but compared to other aggressive tires, they do great. The customers I have asked are expecting to get about 30-35000 miles out of a set.

One of the best parts about a radial is that you don't have to worry about flat-spotting. The only radials I have seen flat-spot have been sitting for months. Also, the radials will balance out and run MUCH better down the road than the radials.

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Forgive me if this question has been asked. I didn't see it in the thread, but I could've missed it.

Do you have any plans to make a 39-40" Rocker Radial? Anything in the 13.5-15" width would be awesome.

Looking for my next tire and I want something in the 40" range, but with the Rocker only made in 37 & 41.5", I'm having a tough time. The 41.5" is a bit bigger than I wanted to go at this point and the 37" is just gonna be too small for my build.
There are no 39-40 Rocker Radials in the plans. There are several sizes of radial Rockers that have been announced, but haven't even started production (like the 33s), so it will be a while before new sizes are announced. PB is currently concentrating on trying to keep up with demand on current sizes before introducing new sizes. The 41.5s have been extremely popular because there are so few options in this size range. There are also 38.5 Mad Dog radials available.
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We've had a few sets of the 35" Rocker Radials running around for a while now and they are wearing pretty good. I wouldn't expect the same mileage out of them as an all-terrain tire, but compared to other aggressive tires, they do great. The customers I have asked are expecting to get about 30-35000 miles out of a set.

One of the best parts about a radial is that you don't have to worry about flat-spotting. The only radials I have seen flat-spot have been sitting for months. Also, the radials will balance out and run MUCH better down the road than the radials.


Thanks for the reply! They sound like the tire for me.........alot better mileage than I was thinking.
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A pm would be great on 37-40 in tall radial or bias ply rocker or growler in a 16in rim ... Im in so cal 91706
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