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Bearclaw vs. Mudlite
Hmmmm, pros and cons??!!??!!

These will be going on a 03 Rancher replacing stock tires and mounted on stock rims.

Tire sizes are 25X10X11 25X8X12

Bearclaw $238 (including shipping)
Mudlites $237 (free shipping)

I'm thinking Bearclaws cause of the more aggresive sidewall lugs.
 

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I haven't seen the bearclaws in person but I have the mudlites and they leave a lot to be desired if you ride much mud.
 

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anything is better than a mudlite
 

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QUOTE ("Flip 500":3krgyomi)
anything is better than a mudlite
Not stock tires!!!
 

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ok ok I will make that one admission, mudlites are better than stockies
 

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not by much though
 

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its the difference between horrible and pathetic, no offense anybody
 

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great for trail riding horrible for the mud
 

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very true, but then again if it isn't wet i normally dont ride in it
 

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What sizes can you find for it?
 

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What type of riding do you do? The mudlites are not the best mud tire but they are 1000 time better than stock. unless you are a serious mudder I think the mudlites are a good tire for what they are. A trail and go in the mud sometimes tire.
 

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Okay I have decided on the Bearclaws.

Can I replace a 24x8x12 with 25x10x12 and a 24x9x11 with 25x12.50x11 on stock rims without any problems? I wouldnt mind going a little wider than I had planed. But not sure on the 12.5. Still around $300.
 

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mudlites

well ive got mudlites , they r 28 inch and they will go all the places my mudzillas went! and wiegh about half of the zillas . there are 2 types of mudlites , there is an xl which has a deep lug and an at which has a lug like a stock tire . you guys must be talking about the at tire when yall say it sucks in mud !!!! just my opion but my mudlites have run with itp 589s and mudzillas and never failed me yet !!
 

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Everywhere we ride in south GA, Mudlites dont do anything! They gum up really quick and you just go to the bottom. Just like today, I got stuck TWICE because of mudlites! The only thing mudlites are good for is to build a fire.
 

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marshmallows anyone
 
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