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Also if I get a lift I have to get soem tires. Since this is a 4wheelin vehicle only. I can get good offroad tires. I 4wheel in everything. Love rocks, And theres alot of loose dirt here, Hill climbs, mud , everything. somtimes snow. Anyway should I go with the Iroks or a bogger. Ive herd the irok is good in snow, mud and made for rocks. I dont know anything about the bogger except there for mud. I have noticed that about half the guys on Ultimate Truck Challenge run boggers. Well what you do think?
 

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Boggers decimate in the mud... and they can pull their own in most everything else which is why you see them on the UTC rides. If you can, I'd look into a set of Krawlers.
 

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What kind of krawlers? Not alot of people know about the irok or bogger?
 

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Ever see the NITTO GRAPPLERS? Talk about 1 cool looking tire!!
 

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Yeah they are alright. but I dont want to spend $400 + for a 35. And why the bfg krawlers? They are pricy as well. Whats special about these tires? . And like I said I would end up with $1600 of tires. and I really just want boggers or Iroks.
 

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From what I've heard, as long as you don't do any serious rock crawling then the boggers should work well for anything you throw at them. They don't do well in the rocks because they have stiff sidewalls and they don't flex much.

Do a search and you will find tons of info.

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Unless you run only mud, dont get the boggers. For trail riding, the iroks will do great. Do pretty good in the mud too. Boggers will wear alot faster too
 

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The Krawlers are just awesome... that's why I mentioned those. But pretty much anything you get in that size and that aggressive... it's gonna add up.
 

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Yeah i think im swinging for 36" iroks plus the tire place im going through said they dont carry boggers anymore. And I really want to do some rockcrawling
 

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look at the new 15/16" nitto muds theyre are cheaper!!!
 

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They are cheaper... however they won't fit (if the 15/16 you're reffering to is the rim height).
 

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Boggers for sure. No question. If it is strickly an off road truck, boggers will never let you down. Nitto? Whoa! way too much buck for it's bang!
 

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I've heard good things about the Baja Claws in the mud, they act like a bogger, and dirt but im not too sure about rock, they look like they would do pretty good. The Krawlers are pretty much made for rock crawling and trail riding, havent heard anyhting about em in the mud. Bogger is the king of mud and does pretty good in sand and snow too. Iroks are good all around tires sorta like the TSL but with a softer side wall. The TSL SXs have a thicker side wall so they may do good in the rocks but perform good in top soil mud and dirt.
 

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Yeah the bajaclaw was designed for the rocks I think. They are a sweet tire. Really expensive if you want 37's .
 
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