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Has anyone run any of the 33" gorilla silverbacks on their joyner? Just looking for some opinions on them. I ruined my 27" tire and I am going to replace all 4, do lots of trail riding in rocks, sand and love a big mud hole. Any thoughts?post-2149-0-97245200-1397614262_thumb.jpg

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Pretty sure you won't be able to turn full lock. The tires will hit on the frame. I believe a few on here modified their frame somehow to make anything bigger than 30".

Unless you do at least 50% mud I wouldn't run these.

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Will be way too heavy as mentioned. With 30" Mudlite ITP's that I ran for just a little while they did rub some. I didn't modify frame and just had a bit of rubbing so you could get by. I now run 30" BFG All Terrains and not too heavy and they don't rub because the tread isn't aggressive.

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