I perfer to have a wide tire in the back to help push the bike through the mud, to me a narrow tire will dig down.
Nice looking ride, GT. I have the same exact setup except for the rims. I see you turned your white letters in. That looks very sharp.I just finished mounting some 26" Bighorns on mine and used 26x9s on the front and 26x12s on the rear. Here are a couple of photos for you.
Thank you very much. Actually you are partially responsible for me getting the BigHorns. Your recent thread/review here got me to leaning more in that direction. Best decision I have made, thanks!Nice looking ride, GT. I have the same exact setup except for the rims. I see you turned your white letters in. That looks very sharp.
I agree! When I get my wife a Rancher 420 a little later it will certainly have Bighorns on it too.My wife has a Recon and I would like to put 25" x 12" x 9" on all corners of hers. I think that would be a perfect setup for a smaller bike like the Recon.
ON NO, don't say that I was told that nothing would stick to thoseKewl! I am happy to help out my Honda brethren!
I like those Honda rims as well. It's a shame they will just get dirty like the white letters! .
Yes, it was dead on, great job!I can't say enough good about the tires. So do you think my review was correct in your opinion?
Too funny, I noticed that too and was considering them for the next tires on my Jeep Rubi after I get rid of those tough, but harsh riding Goodyear MT/RsI recently discovered that Maxxis makes Bighorns for trucks as well. I have been thinking about putting a set on my FJ Cruiser when the time comes.
I am always playing around, just ask my wifeI just noticed you have a winch on the back, too. You aren't playing around, are you?
Nice! Post up photos and your riding impression when you get them mounted.Alright just for the record I got the order placed today. 27-9-12s in the front and 27-12-12s in the rear. AMS Swamp Fox Plus. Real eager to get em on