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knew a guy that i used to sle dpull against that had a set of 40's. wore pretty quick but they pulled like crazy. they r more oriented to offroad and esspecially rocks not so much for the road.
p.s. i would NEVER have a set of bias ply tires on my daily driver to drive on the road. i had a set of bias IROKS on my 97 f-350 and they were aweful when they were in square mode, which was about 85% of the time.
i wouldnt buy them for a dd...you would be doing your self and the tire a disservice. i had the rockers on my other rig, and those things were flat out nasty in the dirt/rocks. however, they are bias ply, which means they flatspot, making for very uncomfortable mornings and they sound like a squadron of b-17s driving down the road. that rig happened to be my dd'r but it hit the dirt at least 3 times a week. with that said, i dont think i would buy a set again if i drove the vehicle on the road. my truck weighed about 4300 lbs, and they were over half worn at about 8,000 miles. granted i beat the hell out of them, but i wouldn't expect any mileage out of them on a heavy truck like yours. save them for a dedicated trail/crawler. i know ill be buying another set when i get a trail rig again
soft, loud, obnouxious, tough to balance and keep balanced
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gotta agree with everything said so far.
they're huge. aggresive. gnarly heavy. and sexy lookin. lol
i think they'd be better suited to a dedicated offroad truck. or a short trip on pavement at most. but definitly not on a cummins. you'll burn thru them quicker then you could afford to replenish them.
i looked at their AT but even that wouldnt be able to keep up.
i'm gonna throw them on my k5 when i rebuild the axles tho!
I have a set of 42X15X17 Pitbull Rockers on my rock crawler. Excellent tires for off road and they are that way because the tires are very soft with large voids between the tread blocks. Because they are so good off road I would think they would suck on any heavy duty truck that sees pavement.
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