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Old 05-03-2014, 01:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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weight of tires ?

does anyone know what a 35 inch general short course tire weighs

and how much a maxxis 35 inch short course tire weighs?

i guess it would change a little depending on how it was cut

but just trying to get a rough idea
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This would be a guess but maybe somewhere between 60 & 80lbs? I have some new 14.5/35-17 Short course BFG I would scale up for you or some worn 12.5R/35-15's BFG Mudders (I think those are around 50 lbs or so each).

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I have 3 different generations for BFG short course tires at home. They are all HEAVY! 110 lbs. Heavier than the 42 MTR's (100 lbs).
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Old 09-28-2015, 07:38 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I have 3 different generations for BFG short course tires at home.
sheesh, is that with a rim?

Maxxis 35" short course are right around 76 lbs depending how they were grooved.
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