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Anybody running or have had experience with Interco Swamplites? I'm looking for a 28" tire that is also on the lighter side. I was leaning towards Zillas (not Mudzillas) because I understand the are light and measure around 27". Anybody know how the Swamplites measure up on both height and weight?
 

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I have a buddy that runs swamplites on his ranger. I have seen them in action. I also have friends who run the zillas and the mudlites. I think the zillas are the best option out there for moderate mud w/o being too choppy on the trails. I run mudlites and am happy with them, but the next set will definitely be zillas.
 

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I have a set on right now and like them a lot, one thing that I did do was add a lot more air to them then I did when I had my baja cross's on. They grab the mud real well and do pretty good on the rocks and trails...I hear that the pitbulls are a bit taller and may be a heavier so I dont know. I do plan on doing the pitbulls for my next set.
 

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I have a set on right now and like them a lot, one thing that I did do was add a lot more air to them then I did when I had my baja cross's on. They grab the mud real well and do pretty good on the rocks and trails...I hear that the pitbulls are a bit taller and may be a heavier so I dont know. I do plan on doing the pitbulls for my next set.
You have swamplites? did the steering got harder with the tires or it remained the same? I am thinking of getting a set of 27"s.
 

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I've got the swamplite xtr's.
They are heavier, and I'm running 16lbs of air in them plowing snow & haven't gotten stuck yet.
I was thinking about lower pressure, but no need so far.
I think they ride pretty good around town on the pavement.
I bought them over other tires simply because they were radials.
I haven't noticed them pulling one way or another or steering harder, I think alot of that has to do w/ where your front differential lock is set.
 

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Anybody running or have had experience with Interco Swamplites? I'm looking for a 28" tire that is also on the lighter side. I was leaning towards Zillas (not Mudzillas) because I understand the are light and measure around 27". Anybody know how the Swamplites measure up on both height and weight?
I am from Louisiana, did the rock crawling jeep thing. Now playing with a Teryx. I can tell you any of the interco tires are great. I am running the Interco Interforce
30 x 8:00 x 12. I love them in the mud, haven't tried them in the rocks yet. There light and only 800 so they are narrow too, steering got easier. They will go on the stock rims without any other upgrades.

I did a home made 2" lift in the front and raise the spring tension on the rear shocks. I have 17" on front ground clearence and 15.5" in rear.

Highly recommend the Interco tires. PS: I bought blems straight from the plant for $82. each.
 

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I am from Louisiana, did the rock crawling jeep thing. Now playing with a Teryx. I can tell you any of the interco tires are great. I am running the Interco Interforce
30 x 8:00 x 12. I love them in the mud, haven't tried them in the rocks yet. There light and only 800 so they are narrow too, steering got easier. They will go on the stock rims without any other upgrades.

I did a home made 2" lift in the front and raise the spring tension on the rear shocks. I have 17" on front ground clearence and 15.5" in rear.

Highly recommend the Interco tires. PS: I bought blems straight from the plant for $82. each.
I'm an Interco fan myself!
Running 36" IROK radials on my '06 F150!
 
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