There's a reason super swamper sells thornbirds.Agreed. A Swiss friend of mine did a continuous 9 Year trip around the world in his 70 series troopy. Literally drove the backroads through almost every country in the world. He used a tall skinny E rated mud terrain (actually went through 4 sets of them) for one reason only. “You don’t want to be stranded in the middle of Inner Mongolia or Kazakhstan 300 miles from the next village.” Upon returning to North America after that epic adventure he was shocked at how many mud terrains were driving down the paved streets in the most developed country in the world. He couldn’t wait to trade back to an A/T!
If you’re running the same size, would it make sense to move your two best tires from the 40 to the trailer?
I have these on my 80 and so far they are fantastic, balance really well and are dead quiet. They were fine in our ice/snow week last Feb and are fine in the rain. I haven't really tested them heavily off-road or aired them way down yet, just day trips and they seem fine so far. I don't think they make them to fit my 40 on its stock steelies though. I have 33x10.50x15' KM2's on the 40, they have been surprisingly nice but are getting old so I will need to shop for new at some point in time.Anyone try Cooper Discovery XLT AT3s? I’m considering those
I’m from the Spokane area originally and moved back to the northwest (Idaho) in August. Needed fresh air, 4 seasons, and less people in my life.