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Old July 4th, 2004, 08:53 AM
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Kelvin Creezee

Model: Defender 90

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35" Dunlop Mud Rovers
Front and Rear Diff Guards
Desert Rover CB Mount
Desert Rover Rear Utility Light Mount
Desert Rover Front Bumper
Desert Rover Rear Quarter Panel Protectors
Desert Rover Steel Wheels 15" X 10"
Desert Rover Rock Sliders
Desert Rover Belly Pan
ARB Locked Front and Rear
Diff Guard front
Uniden CB
OME rear springs
Flow Master exhaust
Warn XD9000i
Hella Lights
Upcoming Ashcroft 4.10 gears

I run with 15 inch steel wheels and Dunlop MT's 35"X15"X12.5" These tires only fit in the D90 wheel well if you do some fender trimming and flare trimming ( they come in a 33X16X8.5--which fit the stock rims and wheel wells). The 12.5" width just barely sneeks in under the trimmed flares at full compression if you trim off 2 inches. I have been very happy with the Dunlops, they are a bit noisier than the BFG on the road but really hold the rocks for boulder crawling compared to the BFG's. They are made of a softer compound and wear a bit faster, they have a much faster clean out because of bigger lugs and they are tougher than the Goodyear MT's which are easily cut up with rock crawling but are a good sticky tire. The Dunlops are not as tough as the BFG's but so far I have had no flats or problems (6 mos of wheeling) doing the extreme trails in AZ.
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