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Old 02-14-2011, 11:29 PM
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37.12.5 or 37x13.5

Well its that time i need new tires. I have 37x13.5 now but you cant get to many tires in that size and if i go down to a 12.5 i can get a nitto trail grappler. Should i stick with a 13.5 or goto the 12.5?

edit: If i go with the 13.5 I will get the Kumho Road Venture MT KL71 for 421.00 a tire with free shipping from Discount Tire or the 12.5 in the NItto for 393.00 a tire.

What do u guys think....

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Old 02-14-2011, 11:58 PM
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13.50, I think my 37x13.50 look skinny don't wanna even think about 37x12.50
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Old 02-15-2011, 12:19 AM
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yea i am leaning towards just stayin with the size i have. would love to get a wheel tire combo. and just sell what i have. i want black rims
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I would go with the 13.50. I have the Nitto 325/65/18 which is a 35x13.50. If anything I would like to go wider. lol I would like to sell my tires and wheels and start over with something new.
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Cant go wrong with either tire. I just put the trail grappler on mine (smaller of course) and very happy with them.
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My 03 has 13.50 on them and they rub the spring pack at full lock steering. Do yours do this? Maybee I need a different rim. I have some sweet moto mellishas and dont want to ditch them so I am going to a 12.50 tire.
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mine will rub only at full lock goin over a bump or a curb. but if i am just on flat level ground it wont rub.
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has anyone ran the Dunlop Rover MT Maxx Traction?
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