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View Poll Results: Which tires should be my next purchase for my rig on the terrain I wheel?
42x15-15 Pitbull Rocker Bias 54 54.55%
42x15-15 TSL SX2 36 36.36%
42.5x13.50-15 TSL Bogger 9 9.09%
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Old 02-26-2013, 08:28 PM   #26 (permalink)
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Well obviously... But go ahead and buy a new set of tires and cut half the tread just so they will work doesnt sound like it would be fun/economical. Unless you have the money. Why buy a tire that you have to cut up to work? Plus if you wheeling rocks mostly with "comp" cut boggers im sure youll be going through a set pretty damn quick. Id love to see a bogger wheel on some of the trails here in az
If you live anywhere besides the desert, you HAVE to cut ANY tire to make it work worth a damn (except something like a red label krawler that there isn't much to cut to begin with)
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Old 02-26-2013, 08:49 PM   #27 (permalink)
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Going of the OP and reading what type of terrain he wheels in, doesnt sound like hes mud bogging and going through alot of mud, just maybe some here and there, but mosly rocks with dirt mixed in... But the poll speaks for itself.
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Old 02-27-2013, 05:08 AM   #28 (permalink)
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Just about everybody I wheel with runs crawlers. I run 42 rockers and manage to keep up. They have worked good for me all over Texas. A guy I wheel with ran 42 rockers on his buggy till they were slicks. They seem to be a pretty tough tire.
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Old 08-23-2015, 09:52 PM   #29 (permalink)
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Im looking for new 42" tires for northern cali wheeling. Im definitely torn between the PBR and the SX2. I like the extra siping on the SX2 and the price but my rig is heavy and I usually drive my rig to the trail. Any more experiences with both or either?
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Im looking for new 42" tires for northern cali wheeling. Im definitely torn between the PBR and the SX2. I like the extra siping on the SX2 and the price but my rig is heavy and I usually drive my rig to the trail. Any more experiences with both or either?
same place here, would love more feedback.
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really liked my 42"sx2s. great tire imo (for a non-sticky). seemed to work well everywhere and super tough. sold those and bought stickies

this was when the truggy was 6100# and also shaved down to 5300#
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Old 07-28-2016, 08:19 PM   #32 (permalink)
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same place here, would love more feedback.
I got the 42" sx2. Now that there broke in I run them at 5-6 psi on the rocks and I'm really happy with them. They suck on the road but that was expected. They were also very cheap compared to the rest of the 42" tires.
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