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Topic:Self-cleaning Mud Tires 235/75/15
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OldcoyoteI am looking for these to go on a two wheel drive vehicle. I am considering Dunlop Radial Mud Rovers. Super Swampers do not list 235/75/15's.

There seem to be several good M/T tires which are NOT self-cleaning and the Georgia red clay will clog them in two minutes.

On-road performance and noise are not important here.

Will very much appreciate your opinions.

Thanks.

CrossCreekThat's a hard combination. Check www.natltire.com and didn't see an exact match. Maybe the Buckshot mudders in a 'N' or 'P' 78 series bias ply might work. Good luck.
CraigYou can get Mickey Thompson Baja's in 29 X 9.50 X 15 which is almost identical to 235/75/15 and you can get the Super Swamper TSL in 29 X 8.50 X 15 which is just a little narrower than the 235/75/15. You can get the General Grabber MT in 30 X 9.50 X 15 which is a little less than 1" taller than 235/75/15. This size difference shouldn't cause you any problems.
OldcoyoteThanks Craig, ordered 2 Super Swampers yesterday.
OldcoyoteThe 29" tires looked small when mounted so we switched to 31 10.5 15 Super Swamper TSL's which cleared with no problem.

Thanks

CraigCool looking tires, aren't they?
OldcoyoteThe Swampers worked like a charm in 12-18" deep mud last weekend. Two wheel drive and positraction, no problem.
SteveThe Yokohama Geolander M/T tire would be your best bet.
Steve
quote:
Originally posted by Oldcoyote:
I am looking for these to go on a two wheel drive vehicle. I am considering Dunlop Radial Mud Rovers. Super Swampers do not list 235/75/15's.

There seem to be several good M/T tires which are NOT self-cleaning and the Georgia red clay will clog them in two minutes.

On-road performance and noise are not important here.

Will very much appreciate your opinions.

Thanks.


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