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Old 12-02-2006, 12:14 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question 35 x 10.5 Boggers vs wider...

Hey y'all

I've got a TJ with a four banger running 33 x 14.0 boggers. They're great in the mud.. never had a problem, but they're bald now (big surprise right? haha) and I'm thinking of a different size bogger. I'm looking at 35 x 10.5s... What y'all think about those? I know that is supposed to be better to run a wider tire for mud so as not to sink as much, but I'm thinking that my 4 banger TJ won't be sinking that much even with the 10.5s.. Any thoughts on this? Should I stick with the wider boggers or go narrow? I really like the look of narrow tires on a jeep--gives it that classic look...

I don't do only mud as well, I like rocks, sand, you name it. You think the 10.5s will do alright for that stuff?

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Old 12-02-2006, 04:26 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Sand you'll sink, but in mud they'll be great. Narrow is better in the Mud you cut through it better. why do you think that most guys run tractor tires. If your running the 4 poper go with the 10.5 you'll like them better......
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