|02-05-2003 09:05 AM|
snow and sand rock with the sts.... mine flatten out great on a TJ .. and they drive like a new goodyear... only 10 oz on average per tire to balance .... I have been super hard on mine ..38's and had no problems...
|02-05-2003 05:49 AM|
I got a friend running the STS' on a '98 dodge 1500. It's a pavment pounding mall rig with like 12" of lift, but he did great in the snow. Mud on the other hand, well, he might as well been running racing slicks.
|02-04-2003 05:43 PM|
You know you want the PJ's.......
|02-04-2003 05:22 PM|
Pull the valve cores and drive across town.
What are the sidewalls like?(besides very neked!)
I wanna try something other than the same old SX's that I've been buying/running since I got into this sport. It's down to the new Maxxis Creepy Crawler, the STS, and the Parnelli Jones Dirt Grips.
|02-04-2003 05:02 PM|
|Wilson||Yeah I'm sure, brand new set on a 2600 lb sami (at the most). Your pic is also taken on a rock. I'm talking about airing down for snow, as in the bulge produced by the tire on flat ground. I told ,my friend that theya re new tires and teh sidewalls have yet to break in, so I will have more for you in a couple weeks.|
|02-04-2003 04:52 PM|
|twistedmetal||Ummmm....Are you sure about that?|
|02-03-2003 10:19 PM|
|Wilson||They seem to work well in the snow, but they don't air down for shit on a light rig. I plan on attacking a set with an iron in the spring.|
|02-03-2003 10:12 PM|
|twistedmetal||Nothing new? Really?|
|02-03-2003 06:03 PM|
Any new opinions on the STS?
I'm assuming that a few must have run/destroyed the STS by now. I'm also assuming that they have been helped along via grooving iron. Who's seen/heard/done what?