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What is everyone running for tires on there troopers? I am searching for a set of mud bogger tires for my trooper something in the area of 28 or 29 inch tall and 10.5 wide. I currently have 30 inch mud lights but I think if i go to 6 ply automotive type tire i should go a little smaller for power and to save the axles and diffs.

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I am running 31X10.50X15 Dunlops, Dunlop Radial Mud Rover Purchased on Cragslist for $125 for 4. A guy took them off his Jeep to go larger and had a little wear but will last my lifetime on the Trooper.

rocmoc n AZ/Mexico

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I am running 31X10.50X15 Dunlops, Dunlop Radial Mud Rover Purchased on Cragslist for $125 for 4. A guy took them off his Jeep to go larger and had a little wear but will last my lifetime on the Trooper.

rocmoc n AZ/Mexico

rocmoc your 31" tires don't rub your fenders did you do any mods to them

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I adjusted the A - arms as much as I could and then too a LARGE hammer to the firewall. Lenny runs the same and he cut-out and modified his firewall. Front fenders no problem. I had the first / early rear fenders and I broke them to heck. Now have new modified fenders and will not put them on until I repaint this next year. I just used a jig saw and cut away the broken part of the fender that was hitting the tire.

rocmoc n AZ/Mexico

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