I also like the look of a tall, skinny tire. What's more, they do wander less and are easier to turn with Armstrong power steering. And, they are better in snow, because they dig down and don't float so much.JRFJ4- said:I like the look of a narrow tire. I love the old bias ply Buckshot Mudders.
Tall and Narrow.
Hey, I've been watching for somebody from the Amarillo area on here. I'm from Canyon. Do you know of any good places to go wheeling around here besides the Canadian River up by Dumas? Looking for somewhere real close.DocB said:Plus hot chicks dig tall and skinny tires. Seriously, I just wheeled around Telluride with 33X9.5 BFG MTs (I know, no longer available) and love the way they ride on the road and on up to moderate trails (have not yet tried any extreme trails). Very controllable, do not follow ruts in the road, and are a breeze to steer (I have PS though).