Tensor DSR 35 tires on a class 2000/7100 truck?

duneridercr250

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These tires were designed for Class 10 cars, but wondering is anyone is running them on a light truck, under 4000 lbs?
 

J Prich

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These tires were designed for Class 10 cars, but wondering is anyone is running them on a light truck, under 4000 lbs?
I want to say Kurt Young ran some 35x10 BFGs a few years ago on his true 7S Yota in 7100. No idea how they worked for them but I'm 99% sure they ran them. Only guys in 7100/2000 that I know of personally that have run those kinds of tires.
 

KTB Racing

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I believe Mike Bach with the DHR Motorsports ranger runs the Tri Ace 10.50’s and says he likes them. Its an extra cab ranger and weighs in at 4800 lbs.
 

KTB Racing

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I think theyre perfect for a lighter single cab. I would actually like to try them out for myself eventually.
 

duneridercr250

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Upon further investigation the 35x10r15 Tensors have a max load rating of 1609 lbs, whereas the BFG 35x12.5r15's have a load rating of 2535 lbs. So I looked into the Tri-Ace 35x10.5 tires, they dont seem available anymore. They reportedly had much better offroad tread life than the Tensors though. BFG sued Tri-Ace for copying the AT KO2's: Michelin North America Sues Tri-Ace for Distributing Chinese Counterfeit

Did BFG ever make a 35x10.5r15 tire? My searches only come up with a Super Swamper in that size.
 
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