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so what do you guys think about the LTB's? i was considering running the 33x13.50x16. i dont do a lot of driving but when i am driving its fast acceleration :peelout so i dont know how much tread life im going to get. i plow snow in the winter also how well will they do? oh and i love mud so this is the main reason im am considering them.
 

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im looking to get the super swamper radial tsl or the radial irok in 36/14.50/16. i had the regular tsl on my old truck and never got stuck, not once
 

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Theyre too soft they won't last long... If I remember correctly I called four wheel parts and asked about em and they wouldn't even sell them to me because of my truck's weight..
 

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lol 4wheelparts seems to be a joke to me i mean dont get me wrong they are good i have ordered from them but they are lil high priced and the people they hire arnt the smartest


mmm well depends on what you are looking to get out of the tire...in my opinion i would get them but only use them when you are going to be needing them in the mud/snow...they pull pretty good

however like luvnacummins said they are very soft but that is like a lot of tires that are mud tires...they would wear out pretty quick if you stomp it everywhere and drive them all the time but if you are going to be using them all the time just make sure you rotate the tires about every 1500 miles and they will last and still ride decent, the tires themselves new or used dont ride the best but they werent made for that so thats the catch 22 in gettings the LTB

and gododge99 they i dont want to talk bad about the Iroks...they started out as a average to good mud tire because interco made the tires in a 49/19.50/20 and it was the largest DOT approved mud tire, however the tires dont have much traction,(but any tire 49" will have traction) so unless you want 49s i just wouldnt go with the irok...they ride like crap , look alright and pull avereage to below average in my experience...

i used to have so many sets of tires on my titan it was like a new pair of shoes all the time my experience is ride with the Toyo MT if you are gonna be driving mainly and want to go offroad occasionally...
the Nitto Mudgrapplers if you want to hit the offroad more often, great pulling tires, however the tread wear is extremely fast and will drive you nuts if you keep driving them when they wear down,(did i mention the loud drone from the tires) it gets old...i used to now be able to talk on the phone if i was driving down hte road
 

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how many miles do you think i would get if i did run them. would i at least get ten thousand miles out of them? cause thats all i really would want them to last cause that would just make me have to get new tires then to match the tires i would get a lift then. haha
 

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how many miles do you think i would get if i did run them. would i at least get ten thousand miles out of them? cause thats all i really would want them to last cause that would just make me have to get new tires then to match the tires i would get a lift then. haha
I am guessing but I bet you would get around 10 out of them... but not sure I don't know anyone who has run them...
 

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They are a bias tire and wouldn't last long on the street at all.
 

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lol 4wheelparts seems to be a joke to me i mean dont get me wrong they are good i have ordered from them but they are lil high priced and the people they hire arnt the smartest


mmm well depends on what you are looking to get out of the tire...in my opinion i would get them but only use them when you are going to be needing them in the mud/snow...they pull pretty good

however like luvnacummins said they are very soft but that is like a lot of tires that are mud tires...they would wear out pretty quick if you stomp it everywhere and drive them all the time but if you are going to be using them all the time just make sure you rotate the tires about every 1500 miles and they will last and still ride decent, the tires themselves new or used dont ride the best but they werent made for that so thats the catch 22 in gettings the LTB

and gododge99 they i dont want to talk bad about the Iroks...they started out as a average to good mud tire because interco made the tires in a 49/19.50/20 and it was the largest DOT approved mud tire, however the tires dont have much traction,(but any tire 49" will have traction) so unless you want 49s i just wouldnt go with the irok...they ride like crap , look alright and pull avereage to below average in my experience...

i used to have so many sets of tires on my titan it was like a new pair of shoes all the time my experience is ride with the Toyo MT if you are gonna be driving mainly and want to go offroad occasionally...
the Nitto Mudgrapplers if you want to hit the offroad more often, great pulling tires, however the tread wear is extremely fast and will drive you nuts if you keep driving them when they wear down,(did i mention the loud drone from the tires) it gets old...i used to now be able to talk on the phone if i was driving down hte road


4wheel price matches:thumbsup
 

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my local 4 wheel parts hired some of the people who built and designed some of the superlift and fabtech lifts..they are some of the best installers for a hundred miles or more.
 

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the ltbs are junk imo me and a friend bought them his f150 with 33's and my toyota with 31 10.50s. they were the worst tires that i have ever bought in my life. they worst horrible no matter what you did to them air and rotation wise. i have a set of tsl radials on my toyota now 33's and they have about 13000 on them and about half tread left. the truxxus is also another good one that lasted a long time.
 

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THe LTB's are no match for the weight of a CTD. They wear quickly on a lightweight trail rig. Traction offroad is great though. Snow I would steer clear of them if it is packed (no siping). I'd be surprised if you would get 10,000 miles out of them.
 
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