I'm running them in 33s. They have 2 ply sidewalls but I don't know how thick they are. They are light and have pretty good thread for mud, rocks, wet logs and roots. They flex well on rocks. One guy said he cut a sidewall on one but I had no problem so far. They're quiet on the road with decent traction in the rain. They hold pretty well on the bead too in off-camber situations. I'm running mine at 15 psi on the trail but I don't bash them through the rocks at full throttle. I think if your rig is not too heavy with armor and don't have a high crawl ratio they're a fine tire.
Those things get all chewed up on the rocks. My friend here in Price runs them on his rig and they are practically falling apart after 4 months of hard abuse. <IMG SRC="smilies/eyemouth.gif" border="0">
My BFG's are half as scarred and have gone through the same , if not more, abuse and I've ran them for over a year.
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