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Old 01-28-2014, 10:08 PM
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Next set of Hummer tires...

4 BFGoodrich Baja TA D Rated 37x12 50x16 5 Hummer H1 Mud Truck Tires 100 Tread | eBay



Or

4 Goodyear Wrangler MT oz 37x12 5x16 5 Military H1 Hummer Humvee Tires 90 Tread | eBay

Or

4 Goodyear Wrangler MTR MT R 37x12 5x16 5 H1 Military D Rated Tires 90 Tread | eBay



I picked up a pair of 95% Goodyears off CL last week for $175 too... I think I have an issue collecting these tires... LOL

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Baha's or the Mt/rs.... I have MT/R's and love them, Baha's are hard to get north of the border...

The Oz's are just an ugly tire IMO and MT/rs out perform them, it's hard to beat the wear characteristics of the OZ's though
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Old 01-29-2014, 08:43 AM
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I've got about 30k on the OZ's right now, might get another 5-10k before there slicks, but thats not my style.
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oz's or nothing! cant beat those prices idc how the tire looks , i love the way they look
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Those are great prices. I'd pick up a set right now but I don't know if they'll fit. I'm putting a 4" shackle lift in the front and leaving the rear alone. I have an e99 f250 so it has f350 blocks.

CSIPSD do you clear them fine?
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Old 01-30-2014, 08:04 AM
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What do you have for rims and where did you get them.


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oz's or nothing! cant beat those prices idc how the tire looks , i love the way they look
Oh I agree, I think they look rather old school, which I like. I'm old, so old school works for me!

I might go back to the OZ's, but want to try others too...

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Those are great prices. I'd pick up a set right now but I don't know if they'll fit. I'm putting a 4" shackle lift in the front and leaving the rear alone. I have an e99 f250 so it has f350 blocks.

CSIPSD do you clear them fine?
Yes, I clear them fine, I used to clear the 37-13.5-17 Toyo MTs too, but got sick of paying $420 a piece for them... Here is a picture with the Toyo's, there a bit taller then the OZ's...



4 BFGoodrich Baja TA D Rated 37x12 50x16 5 Hummer H1 Mud Truck Tires 98 Tread | eBay

Think I am going to go with these... 98% for $100 less then the 100% one's...

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Old 01-30-2014, 08:15 AM
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Wish I could find these on the west coast... 38's - 325/85/16's



I think I could fit them, and they would last 100,000 miles or more I bet.
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CSIPSD what is your back spacing and do you rub your leaf springs. Where did you pick up your rims.


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You like those hummer tires dont you?
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