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Old 02-11-2008, 08:16 PM
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i gots 2 honda 650 rincons, one with big gun silencer and intake kit, other one will be getting it soon too. just about bought a trx450r last week, but decided to wait for some cash. anyone have opinions on radial tires? was gonna get a set for both quads.
I'd say swamp lites, much better then my old mud lites. They start about 400 a set. Swamp lites weigh less and are run flat 6 ply radials
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Old 02-11-2008, 08:49 PM
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anyone have opinions on radial tires? was gonna get a set for both quads.
Radials are for the street in my opinion. Seen them on a couple of buddies quads, they flex a lot. So much that we thought one guy had a flat until he drove it off the sharp rock he was parked on. The kind of riding we do, I wouldn't trust the thinner sidewall of a radial, would be getting slashed quickly.
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Old 02-11-2008, 08:57 PM
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i mostly do logging roads with them. i dont want mud tires, i hear they suck on that shit. id love a set of all terrains and a set of muds, but no $. so all terrains take president. what do you suggest for all terrains?
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Old 02-11-2008, 10:52 PM
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i mostly do logging roads with them. i dont want mud tires, i hear they suck on that shit. id love a set of all terrains and a set of muds, but no $. so all terrains take president. what do you suggest for all terrains?
like I said swamp lite smooth on hard ground, killer in snow, and well they're interco's so mud isn't a problem
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Old 02-12-2008, 10:45 AM
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really? looks like a preety beefy mud tire... http://www.intercotire.com/site97.php but it says its good on hard pack.
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really? looks like a preety beefy mud tire... http://www.intercotire.com/site97.php but it says its good on hard pack.
I got them wouldn't use anything else, I ride everything rock, gravel, mud. anything in my way the only thing I found was they aren't the best on large rocks( a bit to hard not muck flex)
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i got quad 07 raptor 700..... is anyone doing the herrling island poker run?
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the poker run is march 02 it's on a sunday registration is at 9am
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I find the swamplites ride smoother than the mud lites, but i heard the mudlites ware better, i do know my swamplites plow snow better and i havent got stuck yet.
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I find the swamplites ride smoother than the mud lites, but i heard the mudlites ware better, i do know my swamplites plow snow better and i havent got stuck yet.
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