: Super Swamper Irok Radial


Comatose
01-31-2005, 06:18 PM
Is anyone here running these tires? I'm looking into getting them and would like some feedback. I'm curious how they are on dry pavement, wet pavement, snow, etc..... Thanks in advance.

Live4yotas
01-31-2005, 06:34 PM
I was going to buy the 39.5x13.50x15 IROK Radials till I found out what they weighed. They weigh in a 96pds. each. Screw that, thats way to heavy for a yota exspecially a IFS yota. I have heard the Bias ply wear fast not sure on the radials. I'd go with the radial Tsl's or the ssr's.

BLT2RCKTRD2
02-08-2005, 03:54 PM
I was going to buy the 39.5x13.50x15 IROK Radials till I found out what they weighed. They weigh in a 96pds. each. Screw that, thats way to heavy for a yota exspecially a IFS yota.

Why would anyone run an almost 40" tire on IFS in the first place, reguardless of how much they weigh?

Back to the point, they wear out extremely fast on the road, but give unbelievable traction in all off-road environments.

mr.trd
02-08-2005, 10:11 PM
Is anyone here running these tires? I'm looking into getting them and would like some feedback. I'm curious how they are on dry pavement, wet pavement, snow, etc..... Thanks in advance.
I got a buddy running the 39.5" IROKs (non-radials) on his wagoneer and they are fricken awesome. They have a serious amount of traction. The only thing that I have seen that sticks better to rocks than these are the compition only BFG Krawlers, and not the one that you buy from the store, the ones that you have to buy from a actual rock crawler that has been sponsored a set. Those things are seriously like cheating cause they stick like glue. But back to the subject, the IROK's are great tires, he is way happier with these that than he was with the SSR's and he really like those too. I would like to get a set of the 33x13.50R17's but that means new wheels so I would actually just like them to come out with them in a 15" wheel.