Bias TSLs compared to any radial will not compare favorably... just like the radials can't take the offroad abuse the TSLs will endure (sidewalls can take cuts deeper than a radial sidewall total thickness... I have a few that are 1/4"+ and have been that way for years without any issues)Wondering out loud as I prepare to ride over to Kvegas to pick up my 2nd set of Moabs…
Just how bad would bias 33 TSLs be on the street…
Just how good would Trail Graps or KM3s be offroad…
I've got heavy DIY beadlocks and use the same airsoft pellets... takes a few miles (longer when cooler) for them to round out, but my Swamper/Bogger combo will smooth out and run faster than the rest of the pile will allowI have mine balanced with air soft dead’s and she crusades on the highway at 66 mph (see what I did there) with ease, especially on a warm day. BUT if this was a DD, no way I would run these
Hey with the right fenders and bumpstops you can fit 35's with 2.5-3" of lift. Plus wheel spacers and probably a few other mods I've done forgotten.16" Moabs?
Yeah you're pretty limited to metric. Not because they don't MAKE them...supposedly they MAKE TSL's in the 33x13/16LT flavor but I'd buy you a drink if you can FIND some. (a cheap drink..cuz I may be proven wrong at any moment)
With 3" you're not putting 35's under there without heartburn at full lock/flex.
33's will scrub, even pizza cutters. Depends on what you're you're looking for offroad (rocks, mix, mud)
I have to agree on this. They cost a little more, but for street driven rig they work well and last pretty well too.Well I have found Toyos to treat me well in the past.
X2 on this!From the sounds of what the end goal is there's no way anything from interco would be on my list of tires, especially being on 16's.
So far so good. A little more noise than a bfg AT but not like a swamper. They have good manners at all speeds and have good grip in the slop. Probably will buy again for the wife's jeep when needed. 1500 miles in and the titties are just wearing off.