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post #1 of 6 Old 10-31-2019, 03:52 PM Thread Starter
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Big Horn 2.0

Anybody care to share any experiences good or bad with Bighorn 2.0 tires? I'll be putting them on a 2019 Kodiak 700 EPS SE. Thinking 26x9x12 and 26x11x12. Mostly trail riding with some mud and some snow. No serious mudding though.

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Seem to be a very popular tire that many like, and aren't overly heavy. The only negative I ve heard is they may not last as long, or be as tough as the the original Big Horns.


I think they ll work great for you. Especially with your chosen size of 26"x 9" fronts 11" rears..... Can't go wrong with those tire sizes

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I run that exact setup. They are great all around tires. They are decent in the mud but don’t expect them to perform close to a dedicated mud tire.
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16 Kodiak 700 EPS SE
Maxxis Bighorn 2.0
Travellers 3500lb winch
Light Bar
Curt 2" hitch
UNI air filter
EPI 18g Clutch weights
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Seem to be a very popular tire that many like, and aren't overly heavy. The only negative I ve heard is they may not last as long, or be as tough as the the original Big Horns.


I think they ll work great for you. Especially with your chosen size of 26"x 9" fronts 11" rears..... Can't go wrong with those tire sizes
Yeah compared to the original BH the tread lugs are smaller and further apart. Which is good because the tire is much lighter but is bad because they wear out a little faster.

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Maxxis Bighorn 2.0
Travellers 3500lb winch
Light Bar
Curt 2" hitch
UNI air filter
EPI 18g Clutch weights
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Thanks all for the responses.
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