October 9, 2003go with the boggers
Forums : Tires & Wheels : TSL's or Boggers? (473 Views)
October 9, 2003I think the question is do you got the power to turn those boggers in that deep of mud??????? From what i have been told is you gotta have the power to spin then suckers to make them work right....... In the mud drags i can run right with guys using TSL's and boggers with my regular mud tires............ I wouldn't give them up for nothin...... I say go with TSL is you REALLY want one of those two.
October 10, 2003Ahh, ok, I must have been thinking of someone elses truck. My mistake. But still to fit 35s if you don't want any rubbing at all you'll want a 6" lift and still cut the fenders. I'd still go with a 4" lift and cut till the wheels fit and put up with a little rubbing in some situations. As for turning the tires if you have stock gears a 302 will work a little, but if you go into 4lo you should be ok. A 351 would pull them a little better with the stock gears. Best idea if you really want 35s is throw in the 4.56s gears and lockers as soon as you get the cash to do it. And yes boggers will not clean well at all unless you have the power to spin them (speaking from personal experience). FYI, 3 guys in the Ranger club I'm in had bushwacker fender flares and they liked them until they hit the trails with trees on them. The longest a truck lasted without having a fender ripped off was 20 min. They're fine until you take them into the woods, but for flat out mud whompin they're fine. Just thought I'd let ya know. Oh, also if you're really careful about cutting your fenders they will look almost like factory when you're done. I've got some pictures of a couple trucks that have cut fenders that look better like that than they did stock.