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hmm my experience with the SSR's is that they aren't as good in the mud as say a TSL or TSL SX. However I have no knowledge of the TSL radials.
 

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I've had the TSL Radial in 36" they do well in clay mud and do great in rocks.
 

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I have wheeled with guys with ssr's and they sucked in mud and did not like them at all. All the tls I have wheeled with work great about everywhere but the highway drive home.
 

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BLT2RCKTRD2 said:
I have wheeled with guys with ssr's and they sucked in mud and did not like them at all. All the tls I have wheeled with work great about everywhere but the highway drive home.
Interesting since the SSRs look a lot like the TSLs. Do you think siping would help the street manners of the TSLs?
 

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BLT2RCKTRD2 said:
I have wheeled with guys with ssr's and they sucked in mud and did not like them at all. All the tls I have wheeled with work great about everywhere but the highway drive home.
http://www.4wheeloffroad.com/techarticles/28358/ In this test, in that pit, on that day, on that vehicle. the ssr was better than all but ONE tire. The Bogger........even beat the TSL.
 

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In almost every kind of mud that we have here in Louisiana, the SSR's do really well. I know about 15-20 people that run them. The thing about them is that you have to spin the tires to get them to clean.
 
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