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With school out and summer here its time to get outside and have some fun.

Last Friday, we teased you with our "Someone SLASHED my tire" thread but Matt, Don and I are now getting pretty serious about our tire swings.

I think my design is definitely the best but Matt and Don think differently. What do you think?

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Ahh. Very nice. I'm a tire delivery driver. I might just have to start picking up scraps and making a few myself. What sizes are you guys looking at using. Curious as to what works best. I too like the "comfort" design best.


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I'm using a 305/45R22 but if I could have found a larger and wider tire I would have grabbed one. Matt is using a 305/70R16 and Don is using a 275/60R20.


I'm liking these votes guys. Thanks!

Don and Matt are getting jealous!

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Thanks for the info Travis. I can get you a 425/60/22.5 if you wanna make a hammock lol.


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Thanks for the info Travis. I can get you a 425/60/22.5 if you wanna make a hammock lol.


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YES! That would be totally awesome! How much does it weigh? I want my hammock to get good MPG's you know...
 

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Maybe a 35x14.5x20 would work as it is wider and more room to "play" in...
 
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