boggers on a m35a2

wilsonmotors

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i guess the title says it all. i was wondering if anyony had seen this done i was wanting to put like a 44x20 and would like to see some pics or run a skinny 42.5x13.50x20 just wondering if they would handle the weight of my bobbed duce?
 

dilligaf13

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Most the off roaders are switching away from the boggers to XML and XZL for a reason. Less expensive, longer life, higher load carrying capacity, more puncture resistant. I've run super swamppers for over 15 years and the XML are far superior on and off road. Just my 2 cents.
 

silverstate55

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The "boggers" you refer to are most likely pickup/light truck tires, typically load range between 2575-3640 pounds...you'll regret putting these on your truck. Go with the heavy truck radials as dilligaf13 points out.
 

Marlboro

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I wouldnt do it for a street driven truck, off road only i'd probably try it if i had them avaible.. anyway if anyone can dig up pics i'd like to see it
 

Danger Ranger

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I personally would think that the Boggers are too light for these trucks. I would want something stronger and not built for other offroad stuff.
 
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