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Old 12-11-2017, 03:22 AM   #51 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by YotaAtieToo View Post
I'd actually like to see a 40" growler radial. They already have the 41.5" rocker radial. Seems like too small of a gap in sizes.
Just about every tire manufacturer that has a tire in the 42±" category has a tire in the 37" and 40" category...... The Growler has what, a 35" and jumps to a 47"? PBRR's go from 37" to 41.5" and the 41.5" are a 13.50 wide and a big tire..... If I could score some 20" beadlocks I would be on board for the 41.5's.

I know in snow you want a lot of sidewall but I prefer a smaller sidewall for rocks (Especially in Moab or me new favorite place SH) and the little bit of street wheelin I do.

Meanwhile, I will be following all these new 40" tire threads to see how they proceed with traction and sidewall strength. Something important on our AZ trails.

Also, reading about peeps getting 40k miles out of a 4D MT on their 2500 whatever truck is not what I like to hear since I plan on using them primarily offroad and want softer rubber.....

Meanwhile I will be impatiently waiting on the PBRR 4D.....
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