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Interco Tires Super Swamper TSL - BIAS 35x15/15LT

$399.04

Interco Tires

Model #SAM-32

The Super Swamper TSL is the culmination of nine years of development and testing which produced the ultimate tire tread design by pairing the concept of the Original Swampers distinctive chevron tread pattern with the famous, trademarked and patented Interco TSL (three-stage lug) tread design. TSL is a lug pattern with massive short, intermediate and long lugs that are each uniquely arranged, proportioned and spaced which allow them to bite quickly and self-clean rapidly; this distinctive tread pattern, along with tougher side walls, a quieter ride and increased mileage offering from that of the Original Swamper.
Super Swamper TSLs are a bias ply tire that offers unsurpassed traction under the toughest of conditions. The Super Swamper TSLs 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. Super Swamper TSL's are D.O.T. approved Offroad Tires, purpose built tires that also provide a smooth on-road ride, and yield moderate road noise. Super Swamper TSLs are available in over 35 different wheel size and width variations. Note that the Super Swamper TSLs unique design requires strict attention to air pressure when run on the highway, and actual tread patterns may (slightly) vary based on tire size.

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What is Interco Tire?

Interco Tire Corporation, based out of Louisiana, has grown through three generations into an industry-leading manufacturer of high-performance tires. Interco offers the largest selection of both specialty light truck tires and ATV/UTV tires on the market. The brand also offers some of the best tires for muscle cars, utility, agricultural, industrial, drag racing (street/strip), and motocross purposes.

Interco introduced the first 78 series light truck tires in 1968, which started the evolution in light truck tires we see today. Driven by performance, Interco Tire’s aggressive designs and catchy names are intended to stand out in a crowd.

Most Popular Interco Tire

Interco Tire has been in the market for over five decades and has not slowed down. The brand continues to produce newer and more innovative designs each and every day. The company is devoted to providing customers with the best quality tires to enhance their driving experience. While Interco Tire boasts a wide selection of tire series, the renowned Super Swamper off-road tire remains its bestselling one.

The Super Swamper tires spotlight a specific tread design that is intended for all facets of light truck and off-road vehicles. These tires will satisfy all your driving needs, whether it be for mud bogging or full-on rock crawling. The nondirectional tires from this series use a popular three-stage lug design that features scooped lugs, a tighter lug pattern, and molded siping. If you are looking for tires that provide excellent comfort and traction, the Super Swamper from Interco Tire may be your best bet.

Choose Interco Tire at Vivid Racing

If you are ready to give your off-roader some new feet, then you’ve come to the right place. Vivid Racing carries an extensive collection of tires from Interco Tire that will take your vehicle to the next level and ready it for new adventures. We have a variety of series from Interco, including the Black Mamba Lite, IROK, Narrow Swamper, Super Swamper, Thornbird, VorTrac, TrXuS, Sniper, and many more! If you cannot find what you are looking for above or have questions regarding usage and fitment, please call our sales team at (480) 966-3040.

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.