The Super Swamper TSL LTB is basically a more aggressive version of the Super Swamper TSL. They utilize the same TSL (three stage lug) design as the famous Super Swamper TSLs but the large lug is offset more to the outside which gives the tire superb traction. TSL is a lug pattern with massive short, intermediate and long lugs that are each uniquely arranged, proportioned and spaced which allow them to bite quickly and self-clean rapidly. The LTB is bias ply constructed, which allows for the more aggressive lugs and very strong sidewalls to better resist the rigors of hard core off-roading. The bias construction also reduces the chances of sidewall splitting when run off road at low air pressure. Super Swamper TSL LTBs are D.O.T. approved off-road, purpose built tires that also provide surprisingly smooth on-road ride. Super Swamper TSL LTBs are available in select wheel size and width variations from a 31x11.50-15 to a 47x17-17 with updated sizes added regularly. Note that the Super Swamper TSL LTBs unique design requires strict attention to air pressure when run on the highway, and actual tread patterns may (slightly) vary based on tire size.
Will these fit on stock 17" jeep rims? Thanks JOJO
Asked by Jojo from Rector, Arkansas on
Jojo, the Super Swamper Tires 35x12.50-17LT, LTB will fit on stock 17" wheels just fine, but you may have some rubbing issues depending on what vehicle they are going on.
Answered by Sara H. Ext 4874 from Rector, Arkansas on
Whats the speed rating of the tire?
Asked by ladasha from United States on
Ladasha, Unfortunately Interco does not list speed ratings for there tires. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Thanks!
Answered by Tom S. Ext. 4876 from United States on
Are these tires gd for "on-road" use, as well as off-road environments? Will they be noisy at high speeds? Thanks, Florida Driver
Asked by Fla. driver from So. Fla. on
Fla. Driver, The 35X12.50-17LT, LTB Tires are a great off road tire, they grab everything, and they look great! However, the on road manners are not desirable by all buyers. These tires tend to be noisy comparatively. Also they have a softer tread compound, which does wonders for the off road side, but can limit the lifetime of the tires. Thanks, Don
Answered by Don EXT 917 from So. Fla. on