I chose the narrow SS because they do a better job of digging down to hard bottom in good ole gumbo mud. Wide tires have a tendency to float on top of gumbo mud, won’t clean out and just spin,. These tires balanced well enough to drive on the hiway when necessary. Unlike Bias ply Buckshot Mudders, these are made in america. 20 years ago, Buckshots were american made and I’d drive my P78’s 70 mph all day long on the hiway. Wouldn’t dare try that on the Chinese version of todays Mudders. To sum it up, Super Swampers have improve exponentially in the last twenty years.
I am building an 84 bronco II and want to go for the tall skinny military look mud tires...my stock wheels are 15x6...will these 32x9.50 fit with no issues?
Asked by davistation from on
Hey Davistation, this tire will fit that wheel with no problems or issues. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 4835 from on
The description lists this tire a a radial and bias. Which is it?
Asked by Phil from Greenback, TN on
Phil, this Super Swamper TSL is a bias tire.
Answered by Jason L from Greenback, TN on
what is the weight of this tire.
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The weight of the 32x9.50R-15LT, TSL Radial Tire by Super Swamper is 52 pounds, unmounted.
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The Super Swamper Tires off-road line includes the Super Swamper M16 tire, with 24 sizes, the Narrow Super Swamper, with 3 sizes, and the Super Swamper Radial which comes in 42 sizes. Super Swamper Tires are unusually round. So they work well on the trail but are still able to give a smooth ride on the pavement. The tires have six tread piles which cushion the bumps and shakes of the road. They also have low rolling resistance so they won't tax fuel economy. And up to 35 miles per hour they are not any louder than everyday tires. Super Swampers are manufactured by the Iterco Tire Corporation, known for making killer off-road tires for rock crawling (IROK), mudding (The Bogger) and tough trail running (TSL/SX). Shop Super Swamper Tires Now
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