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This is what i don't like.....that's 5 psi shoved into a rock and there is almost no bulge.

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This is what i don't like.....that's 5 psi shoved into a rock and there is almost no bulge.
Is that a 36 or a 38? I'd like to run the 38s but I don't think my drivetrain will like it very much.
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This is what i don't like.....that's 5 psi shoved into a rock and there is almost no bulge.
Then air down some more. I run 5psi front 3psi rear in my 39.5 iroks under a extended cab taco with a heavy flatbed on D60/14bolt.

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is that a 36 or a 38? I'd like to run the 38s but i don't think my drivetrain will like it very much.
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How much your rig weigh?

My 2nd gen Taco is around 5500lbs, 8 psi is as low as I'll go with 17's and thy flex like crazy.
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3820....trail ready, no doors, no passengers

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My 2nd gen Taco is around 5500lbs, 8 psi is as low as I'll go with 17's and thy flex like crazy.
Holy moley! Now that'll squish a tar!

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3820....trail ready, no doors, no passengers
Todd, you need to eat more cheeseburgers, get a passenger (female preferred) and add a V8!!!

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Id go with the SXs . I have the SSRs now. They are ok and the work well since i drive on the street to the trail. My next set will be SXs unless i stumble onto a deal.

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Holy moley! Now that'll squish a tar!



Todd, you need to eat more cheeseburgers, get a passenger (female preferred) and add a V8!!!
I would like to see it loose weight not gain it lol

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3820....trail ready, no doors, no passengers
no squat with that much weight? friends buggy weighs 3000 and runs those same tires. they look like that are flat at 5 psi in the front. His are cut though - maybe that helps?

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That's 5 psi in the pic

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That's 5 psi in the pic
U need a new air pressure gauge!! ... it's prolly the rim width, like you've said before.

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I suspect your right....thinking about doing diy beadlocks to add some width and allow for lower psi

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My vote now goes for 35" LTB's.....i just put a set of 40's on mine and holy crap! Grippiest dam things i have ever seen.....will easily run circles around my old sx's.....flex wayyyy better too...i have only had them out once but i am VERY impressed.

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My vote now goes for 35" LTB's.....i just put a set of 40's on mine and holy crap! Grippiest dam things i have ever seen.....will easily run circles around my old sx's.....flex wayyyy better too...i have only had them out once but i am VERY impressed.
Good to know! Wish they made it in a 36 or better yet a 37 .... I'm still prowlin' around at tires. Gotta wear out these durn 33's first!!

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My 36x1350x15 bias iroks only weigh 66 pounds at 36.8 O.D
A 35x1250 wrangler MT weight 67 at 34.8 O.D.

If im not mistaken they are the lightest 36'' TSL type tire made.

I say go with Irok
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