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Old 12-25-2006, 01:56 PM
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Where Can i Find a Sled Pulling tire

i have been seeing pics of all these competition sled pulling trucks with some special sled pulling tires and am wanting a set for my truck. while surfing the net i found some but i could only find some that were either 72" tall or 30.5" tall. i would like to have some 36" or 37" pulling tires for a 16.5 wheel.
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Most organizations only allow uncut DOT approved tires. Paddle type tires are only for mod class. I use Pro Comp X Terrains with less than half tread.
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those paddle tires gotta be pretty costly, eh?
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down here in fla you can run any DOT tire and it can be cut and also a pulling tire. i found some; quammeenterprises.com has 34x18x15 pullers and they are 530 bux each. thats steep for a 34" tire. i think ill stick with my 36"iroks
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Old 12-25-2006, 03:31 PM
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whew! I knew they wouldn't be cheap!
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i wanna do good in the sled pull but i dont want to spend over 2000 bucks for some tires that i dont even think i can spin
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Old 12-25-2006, 04:42 PM
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just try your iroks, I don't think they'll be that bad at all
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i think for as little motor i have they will be more than sufficient
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how about boggers?
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i wouldnt want to drive them on the street. they wear out to fast
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