It will work by cranking the bars, but I'd stay away from Interco tires. I had 3 sets and none of the were worth it. I tried the tsl sx Super Swampers(got 15,000 miles and rode like poo poo) then the Truxxus(16,000 and rode like poo) then the Iroc (18,000 and wouldn't balance anymore without a 45 pound weight on the rim). I'll never buy interco again. If you need a mud tire, take a look at the Nitto Mud grappler. I've been running the Terra Grapplers for over 4 years now and I got 62,000 out of a set. Just my 2 cents.tlcmetrokc;1593407; said:has anyone put the thornbird 33x11.5 16lt on a stock wheel. they say it will work well with a few turns of the bars. im looking to sell the stock rubber if anyone is interested they only have 200 miles on them.
crank your stock keys before wasting money on keys. some need them, some dont.tlcmetrokc;1596989; said:i guess they make a kit to put in the front torszion so they dont have to be torqued so far. anyone use them, they say it keep the ride comfort with 2 inches of lift???
You got 75,000 miles out of a bias ply offroad tire????tlcmetrokc;1596989; said:wow i had a set of tsl's 44's on a previous truck. kept them aired down a bit and rotated regularily i got 75,000 out of them. they must have gone down hill since. i guess ill stick to bfg's all terrain since i drive about 25k plus a year. my last set seemed to wear well. thanks for the info. i guess they make a kit to put in the front torszion so they dont have to be torqued so far. anyone use them, they say it keep the ride comfort with 2 inches of lift???