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supermoto917

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For the Yota guys running 39.5x13.5/15 iROKs
« on: Sep 09, 2020, 10:24:11 AM »
   Can you tell me what axle setup are y'all running and how are they holding up. Toying with the idea of going from my GoTo tires 37x14.50 15 Toyo Open Country which are awesome off and on road but heavy as balls 103 lbs per tire. The iROKs are 76 lbs bias 92 lbs radial. just doing some research.

 currently running Longfield super axles up front , 3rd gen 4Runner rear axles on 5.29s. I figure lighter and narrower tires should equal out with the heavy and wide tires I'm running right now. But real world your feedback is appreciated.
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Re: For the Yota guys running 39.5x13.5/15 iROKs
« Reply #1 on: Sep 10, 2020, 10:05:58 AM »
from my research and what my buddies tell me the 39.5r15 on a 10" wheel is the best tire for snow wheeling and still great for general offroading/rocks etc. The snow wheeling guys run the radials and the rock crawlers run the bias. Just make sure you run it on a 10" wheel they do funny things with the bead burping on narrower rims.

 
 
 
 
 

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