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green-bronco 05-03-2004 04:01 PM

44" bogger size vs 44" Tsl size
 
i am posting this question for a friend, he got a 93 f250, with a solid axle dana 60, and dana 70 rear.

Front and rear are both locked via detroit lockers, and both have heavy duty shafts

the truck sees mostly mud, but some trails.

he wants to run 44" boggers in the rear, and 44" tsls in front.

do both tires have the exact same height, or

i know some tires are a little less than stated.

So are they the same exact height,

DONT ASK ME WHY HE WANTS IT THAT SETUP HE JUST DOES,

mjs408 05-03-2004 04:05 PM

Its not like he is the first one to run the combo of tires. They will be close enough in size for it to work

cj79 05-03-2004 04:10 PM

if thats what he wants then go with it .. they will work

Scott@Rockstomper 05-03-2004 04:23 PM

They're close enough for a Toyota transfer case to survive it... that should be enough to get that blue-oval blood going. :evil:

Actual answer: The Boggers are about 1/2" taller, mounted, at the same (rediculously low) air pressure, on a rig.

bad booger 05-03-2004 04:38 PM

Small air pressure changes can make them equal or different.

Proeliator 05-03-2004 05:08 PM

I've actually had them side to side and their damn close. He'll have no problems. Swampers front and Boggers rear are actually a pretty good setup imo.

CJ Lagos 05-03-2004 08:04 PM

If I put the same air pressure front and rear, the rear tires will stand a good bit taller(60/40 weight balance). This difference has showed up in my pinion brakes as wierd quirks. Once I started airing the tires up so that ground to centerline was the same on both axles at ride height, they worked much better. This is my new approach to air pressure and even with tires slightly different sizes you should be able to make them work fine.

CJ

jeep94xj 05-03-2004 08:17 PM

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I'm runnin this combo with 39.5's and love it! I can still turn fairly easy in most situations (no lateral traction with an uncut bogger) and can still get through the muck when I have to. (It's an east coast thing...you west coasters wouldn't understand! :flipoff2: )


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