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Old 04-27-2017, 10:19 PM   #26
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Old 04-27-2017, 10:30 PM   #27
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Re: 9.50 X 16 mud and snow skinny tire, do they make em?

Those look great. How tall are they?
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Old 04-28-2017, 02:09 PM   #28
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Re: 9.50 X 16 mud and snow skinny tire, do they make em?

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Those look great. How tall are they?
Real close to 34 1/2 inches on a 16 inch rim.
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Old 04-29-2017, 06:58 AM   #29
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Re: 9.50 X 16 mud and snow skinny tire, do they make em?

That tread looks just like the old Goodyear Extra Tractions. I ran those on a truck years ago (9.00-16).

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Old 05-05-2017, 10:55 AM   #30
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Re: 9.50 X 16 mud and snow skinny tire, do they make em?

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That tread looks just like the old Goodyear Extra Tractions. I ran those on a truck years ago (9.00-16).

I'd like to have a dream collection of 67-72 era 3/4t 4wds... 1 GMC, 1 Chevy, 1 Ford, 1 Dodge, 1 International, and 1 Jeep. Any mechanical or servicing aspects that put GM ahead of the rest when I started my life long relationship with K/20s and K2500s are non-issues now that they are precious toys not daily driven.
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Old 05-08-2017, 10:05 PM   #31
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Re: 9.50 X 16 mud and snow skinny tire, do they make em?

Are these the same tire? This is from Nebraska Tire.



Samson OB105 Traker Plus M+S Bias Mud and Snow heavy duty tires
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Old 05-09-2017, 03:28 AM   #32
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Re: 9.50 X 16 mud and snow skinny tire, do they make em?

Yes, Samson OB105 9:00X16, I paid $205 ea. Plus 125 bucks shipping.
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Old 05-09-2017, 03:00 PM   #33
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Re: 9.50 X 16 mud and snow skinny tire, do they make em?

How do you like the ride on the pavement? Are they wearing in well? Im getting ready to pull the trigger on some Power King Super Tractions...I know these are off road tires but it's one of my bucket list items. Tall skinny MT's. Have you noticed flat spotting if it sits?

Nice truck, nice tires....I have GMC's & Fords-
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Old 05-09-2017, 06:51 PM   #34
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Re: 9.50 X 16 mud and snow skinny tire, do they make em?

How do the tires feel for you?
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Re: 9.50 X 16 mud and snow skinny tire, do they make em?

I had the 9.00 x16 power kings ok my 87 v10 and they were horrible. Had the tire shop true them but nothing worked. They rode bad and flat spotted. I went with Firestone mt's they have a kinda vintage look and ride great.
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Old 05-09-2017, 07:45 PM   #36
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Re: 9.50 X 16 mud and snow skinny tire, do they make em?

The tires are rough and rugged. Looked to be a bit hard to balance, not surprised. Only drove it twice so we'll see. I expect it to be rough on the road, didn't buy em for their road manners
I like em
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Re: 9.50 X 16 mud and snow skinny tire, do they make em?

I'm rocking a set of 35x10.00r16 super swamer tsl sx2s on my k20
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Old 05-10-2017, 01:04 AM   #38
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Re: 9.50 X 16 mud and snow skinny tire, do they make em?

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I'm rocking a set of 35x10.00r16 super swamer tsl sx2s on my k20
Those look great too, how much did they set you back per tire?
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Re: 9.50 X 16 mud and snow skinny tire, do they make em?

I love that thing! I was considering those but decided to take a step back and run a more on/off friendly tread in a shorter tire since I run mine all over the place in good weather. I got 285/75 Goodyear DuraTracs mounted on an 8" wheel. It's a narrower profile than a 33/12.50 and wider than a 255/85, perfect for an 8" rim. The truck was originally lifted 4" last summer to accommodate a set of 35/12.50-16.5 BFGs on 9.75 slots for a totally '70s wide track look. I had the 35/10s mounted on 7" Accurides in mind for a play set. Is that what wheels you have?
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Old 05-10-2017, 02:49 PM   #40
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Re: 9.50 X 16 mud and snow skinny tire, do they make em?

The tries were about $900 shipped. I got them from the blemish list on the Interco web site.
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Re: 9.50 X 16 mud and snow skinny tire, do they make em?

I used Interco for my 16.5 Swampers. I really like the tires. I dont really drive the truck that much so no complaints on road noise or anything like that.

Really like your long stepper
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Re: 9.50 X 16 mud and snow skinny tire, do they make em?

So, does anyone make these vintage off-road tires in a radial or they all bias-ply?
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