The Super Swamper Radial TSL/SSR, better known as the SSR, is the second generation of the Super Swamper Radial/TSL and incorporates a slightly tighter version of the distinctive Super Swamper TSL chevron tread pattern, siping for wet pavement traction and icy conditions, greater sidewall protection with and a unique side-wall design for added traction and is quieter running. TSL (three-stage lug) is a massive short, intermediate and long lug pattern with each lug uniquely arranged, proportioned and spaced to allow them to bite quickly and self-clean rapidly.
Like all of Interco Tire's Super Swamper TSL variations, SSRs offer unsurpassed traction under the toughest of conditions and offer an extremely aggressive design that gives today's on-and-Offroad Tires driver a tire that is both directionally and laterally stable and unmatched in performance. SSRs are D.O.T. approved Offroad Tires, purpose built tires that also provide a surprisingly smooth on-road ride and low road noise. SSRs are available in over 40 popular wheel size and width combinations including many of the OEM and OEM Plus sizes for Jeeps, Sport Utility Vehicles and 4 Wheel Drive light trucks. For owners who do not want to modify (lift) their vehicles but want the performance only a Super Swamper TSL can provide, the SSR Series of Super Swamper Radial TSLs is one of Interco Tire's most popular models. Note that Super Swamper SSRs unique design requires strict attention to air pressure when run on the highway, and actual tread patterns may (slightly) vary based on tire size.
Interco Tire Corporation specialty light truck tires come with a 5-year from manufactured date, limited warranty. Most all specialty light truck tire companies/brands offer a similar warranty and claim procedure.
Interco Tire Corporation’s Limited Light Truck Tire Warranty, like the warranty of most all other light truck tire brands, require that you take your tire back to the dealer from which it was originally purchased to initiate all warranty claims. The original dealer will inspect the tire and then determine if the issue you are concerned with was a manufacturing issue or not.