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View Poll Results: Which tire should I run:
36.00 x 12.50-15 Super Swamper TSL Bias-Ply 1 3.45%
36.00 x 13.50-15 IROK Bias-Ply 8 27.59%
35 x 12.5 - 15 Goodyear MT/r 15 51.72%
Bacon 6 20.69%
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Old 05-31-2006, 02:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Ha! Another tires thread

I need new tires for my heep. 4.0 with 4.56s and I need something in the 35-36" range because I still have my POS dana 30.

This is my DD but I do less than 20 miles of driving a day. I mostly wheel Rubicon-ish terrain

What do you guys think I should run:

























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Old 05-31-2006, 04:23 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I like the MTR's but I also like the IROK's but for street use too I would say go with the MTR. IMHO the MTR's are better on the street.
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I'm running 35" MT/Rs and love them.Nice, strong sidewalls.
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I'm running 35" MT/Rs and love them.Nice, strong sidewalls.
yea I ran 35" MT/Rs for the last 2 years... and I was very happy with their performance
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the 36 irock actually measures taller than 37
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The MTR's are the most compatiable with the D30. Still quite a bit of tire for a 30 depending on your driving style.

I believe the Interco's have more mass, which would not be good for a 30.

I like the 35 MTR's I had on my Cj-5.

The Toyo 35 MT's might also be worth considering.
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Old 05-31-2006, 08:39 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Out of the three choices you have I would have to say MT/R, as 36" iroks in either flavor are two much tire for a dana 30 in my opinion.

I would personally go for a more aggresive 35" radial
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I'm actually looking at 37"s now and hopefully picking up a 44 or a 6 in the near future
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