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Old 06-03-2014, 03:08 AM
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Best 37x12.5LT17 all terrain...

Looking to go from toyo mt 35's to a rugged, aggressive all terrain in 37's...please share your thoughts and experiences...pics welcome on 17" rims.

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Sorry no pics.

I run 37" Interco M16. They are great. They run real smooth on the road with ok road noise. They are good in the snow and mud. Ok in the sand but that is also on an 8,000 lbs truck. Not exactly the ideal sand vehicle.

Mine are 13.5 wide. Zero rubbing with 1/4 inch wheel spacers up front.

Only complaint is that they run small. They probably wouldn't measure a whole lot bigger than your 35's. Super Swamper will tell you that the belts will expand with some mileage. Don't believe them.
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I've had several sets of BFg all terrain, good tire, overpriced IMO...

Want a tire that is full 37" or real close...thanks for replies, keep em coming guys!




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I dont know about the "true 37" deal... but the next step would be Wranglet MTRs or maybe a toyo, both are load E's

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I have 35 toyo mts on now, want an all terrain in 37"

What I meant by "true 37" is one that's bigger than the 35's I have now. Some 37's don't even measure 36"




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I have 35 toyo mts on now, want an all terrain in 37"

What I meant by "true 37" is one that's bigger than the 35's I have now. Some 37's don't even measure 36"




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Yep, the m16 is out.
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I searched for the same thing the bfg at is the only thing I could find and measures out to 36.4
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Any opinions on the procomp extreme all terrain?


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