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Nice! Did you stick with stock size after all?
 

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They are stock size 12 10 25 and 12 8 25.

Much more of a square profile than the mudlites. Im pretty curious just how awesome they are
 

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They should complety out perform you previous crummy mud Lite's.

Congrats! Hope you love them.
 

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You will be surprised just what they will do, there’s a reason they've been around for as long as they have. In my avatar photo that’s bear claws getting me through that mud hole .
 

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Pretty excited to get out and test them in the next couple days. Looks like ill be riding wednesday.
On a side note. You should update your avatar photo. It doesn't do any justice to how nice your quad actually looks.
 

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Oh..after two days of riding. They are some killer tires.

Ive been around 6 psi. I will bring them back to 5...need a bit more cush
 

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I knew they would impress you compared to your old mud Lites. Glad your happy with your purchase!
 

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The mud lites i had bought were only on the rear. I had ran over something metal near some train tracks and killed one of the rear tires.

I was still rocking the stock tires on front. Just having some 6 ply Bearclaws on the front(and rear) has changed everything.
 

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You’ll have a very hard time puncturing those claws. For the price and what they can do their a great tire.
 

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Really nice, those look much taller than 25's!
 
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