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Got them in
 

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That looks great. That's exactly the set up I want to put on my camo Foreman.
 

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Those are some freakin' amazing wheels...

raised white lettering on the inside though?
 

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A lot smoother then the stock dunlops although i would recommend a 26" tire. on that wheel the lip of the wheel sticks out too far with the 25". the 26" are wider also right? but so they have been good tires
 

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I like em man.
 

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Looks good, I like how you mounted the white letters to the inside!
 

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how are bighorns compared to something like the mudlites are they any good it mud or snow or are they just a really nice trail tire?
 

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The Big Horn's are incredible tires. I've had 26's on my Rubicon for about a year now. I've ridden everything from rock, sand, mud, and water and the tires have been fantastic. For an all terrain tire, I don't think you can do any better.
 

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from the little bit i have used them, they are decent in mud until they are caked in mud . they dont really clean out well till u get out on dry land. But they ride a lot smoother then the stock ones. I find myself sitting down a lot more where i usually would have to stand with the stock tires over bumpy terrain. The front end doesnt want to keep going straight in a tight turn like they used to so u have more control.
 

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looks familiar
 
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