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Tsl bogger vs tsl sx

I have an 84 k10 with about 350 HP I run in mud mainly only sees back roads and around town Street driving otherwise off-road wondering if anyone has experience with these tires?
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Re: Tsl bogger vs tsl sx

Both are good in the mud. Bogger is a bit better. Neither one is good for the street. If looking to buy check Interco's website often. They sell blems on there at alot cheaper price than new
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Re: Tsl bogger vs tsl sx

How hard is the bogger to control on the street people make it sound imposible
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Re: Tsl bogger vs tsl sx

They can be a handful. Neither one balances well. Plus they will wear on the street fast. Soft compound tire
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Re: Tsl bogger vs tsl sx

I know guys like to run the boggers on the rear and reg. swampers on the front.
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Re: Tsl bogger vs tsl sx

The bogger is a pure mud tire. It [censored] in the rain, wears fast, and is really loud on the street. For mud racing, they are THE tire to use. That is all I use. Nothing else compares to it in the mud. If your be doing some Street driving buy regular swampers, even though they are a touch better on the street, but they are no where near as good in the mud.



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