They are installed on my '94 Dodge Cummins 4x4. There is 4200lbs on the front axle of my truck and 2100lbs on the rear. I have 30,000 miles on a set as of now.. still pass inspection.. They balance well. They are very good off-road, but i felt that my thornbirds worked better. This most likely has much to do with the rubber compound. The crusher is a much harder rubber than any interco I owned. Here is a pic of my truck with the tires aired down to 15psi with no beadlocks on top of a sharp stump: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v690/XTrEmE9156/photo6.jpg
Product Details: "Dick Cepek Crusher Mud Tire" by Editor - posted: Wed July 11, 2007 - Rating: 8.23
Last Review Posted by XTrEmE9156 - posted: Wed August 19, 2009 1:59pm
I have 311,000 miles on the factory nv-4500 in my '94 Dodge Cummins. I sled pull, off road, and rock crawl with this trans and I've had no problems.. This trans can definitely handle just about everything you can throw at it.. Just make sure you have the 5th gear nut fixed..
Product Details: "NV4500 Manual Transmission" by Editor - posted: Sat February 9, 2008 - Rating: 9.00
Last Review Posted by XTrEmE9156 - posted: Wed August 19, 2009 1:56pm