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I play in the mud alot does anyone know if the joyner t2 can take a 32" tire I see 30" mudlites on them I want to used the 32x10x14 gorilla silverback tires

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Plumber, do you need some wheels for those tires, or maybe some extra wheels? I got another deal for someone, at present I have my old rear tire mounted on top for my spare. I like my new tires that are mounted on 14 X 6 in. wheels and would like a 5th one. If someone wants two (2) used rear tires on the 14 X 8 wheels with tubes, I'll trade for one General Grabber AT2 27x8.50 R14 95Q 6PR OWL tire mounted on a stock 14 X 6 in wheel.

2107057100104282158eChsEd_th.jpg

The tire in the center, one of the wheels had a rock lodge between the brake and the inside of the wheel. It caused a scratch all the way around and finally caused a shallow dent inwards as the rock shattered. This caused a leak and was repaired using JB Weld epoxy to seal the hole, both inside and out, it worked fine, the tube was put in later when the tire developed a leak in the side wall. Photos later.

Tire shipped to me $98.92

Wheel shipped to me $105.74

Mount tire locally $12.50

Total for (2) used rear tires on the 14 X 8 wheels with tubes $217.16 + shipping.

https://teamjoynerusa.3dcartstores.com/14-x...nt_p_9-117.html

https://teamjoynerusa.3dcartstores.com/14-x...ar_p_9-118.html

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Plumber, do you need some wheels for those tires, or maybe some extra wheels? I got another deal for someone, at present I have my old rear tire mounted on top for my spare. I like my new tires that are mounted on 14 X 6 in. wheels and would like a 5th one. If someone wants two (2) used rear tires on the 14 X 8 wheels with tubes, I'll trade for one General Grabber AT2 27x8.50 R14 95Q 6PR OWL tire mounted on a stock 14 X 6 in wheel.

2107057100104282158eChsEd_th.jpg

The tire in the center, one of the wheels had a rock lodge between the brake and the inside of the wheel. It caused a scratch all the way around and finally caused a shallow dent inwards as the rock shattered. This caused a leak and was repaired using JB Weld epoxy to seal the hole, both inside and out, it worked fine, the tube was put in later when the tire developed a leak in the side wall. Photos later.

Tire shipped to me $98.92

Wheel shipped to me $105.74

Mount tire locally $12.50

Total for (2) used rear tires on the 14 X 8 wheels with tubes $217.16 + shipping.

https://teamjoynerusa.3dcartstores.com/14-x...nt_p_9-117.html

https://teamjoynerusa.3dcartstores.com/14-x...ar_p_9-118.html

Kinarfi,

Let me try to get this straight what you are offering? 2used back tires, and 2 back rims 14*8. I understand about the wear and tear on the one rim.

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I bought swamp lite 28x11x14 28x9x14 they measure true going out this week end to try them out let you know how they work out

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Just a note to you guys that like the mud and water, the diff vent hoses are not very high, they could use a little more length, also the fuse box under the dash on the passanger side is not sealed on the firewall on my car. I sanded the back side of the box to get it to fit to keep the mud out of the back of it. There was also some one that sucked water in through the breather (crome canistar on drivers side) into the engine that cost them a rebuilt engine

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