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    Default m725kid19 : stock tires?

    stock tires?
    Post by m725kid19 on Nov 16, 2006, 8:07pm

    This may be a stupid question but I'm new with these trucks. What tires were stock for the m725's? I have Goodyear Xtragrips on mine and I'm pretty sure those aren't the original. I do have a tire that looks original mounted underneath, but i haven't had an opportunity to look at it.

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    Default gimpyrobb :

    Re: stock tires?
    Post by gimpyrobb on Nov 16, 2006, 10:10pm

    9x16 ndt?

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    Default k8icu :

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    Post by k8icu on Nov 16, 2006, 10:14pm

    900x16 nondirectional cross country (NDCC) tires. Standard military issue.

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    Default gimpyrobb :

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    Post by gimpyrobb on Nov 16, 2006, 10:47pm

    Thats what I ment, thanks Joe!

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    Default hiker :

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    Post by hiker on Nov 17, 2006, 2:15am

    One source of the stock military tire is Wallace Wade. They run about $130 each. contact info

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    Default m715guy :

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    Post by m715guy on Nov 19, 2006, 11:28am

    Hear is a websight that has the tires and tubes for sale. Plus other parts as well. the tires are 175.00 a piece and the tubes are about 27.00

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    Default m725kid19 :

    Re: stock tires?
    Post by m725kid19 on Nov 19, 2006, 3:40pm

    are the Michelin xl's highly recommended? they are mentioned many times throughout the forums.

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    Re: stock tires?
    Post by compexp on Nov 19, 2006, 3:55pm

    the stock NDTs have another nickname - No d**n Traction. They suck on the street and in serious mud. Plus, they are bias ply and don't ride well.

    Most of us run 36 or 38" radials - I have Super Swampers and have had good luck. The XLs are 38" high, cheap as surplus, and do pretty well traction wise. I personally would prefer the XZLs, which are more of an all-terrain than the XLs, but they're harder to find.

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    Default m725kid19 :

    Re: stock tires?
    Post by m725kid19 on Nov 19, 2006, 5:07pm

    do the XL's fit on the stock rims or do i have to replace those?
    also what size XL is the right one?
    also do those fit without rubbing on a stock suspension set up?

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    Re: stock tires?
    Post by rpgdeity on Nov 19, 2006, 5:52pm

    The 11r16 XLs fit on a 16 inch rim (stock rim is 16"), and are 38" diameter. These will fit without rubbing on a stock suspension. There are larger size XL's, but they have different rim sizes as well as being to large to fit with a stock suspension.

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