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I was worried about the xl's deeper tread
tearing up my hunting trails in the woods
and hardpack ride quality

can't find 26" a/t
 

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im liking my swamplites for an all terrain
 

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swamp lites is a good all around tire. wear a lil fast but as long as you dont ride on the road they will last a long time. mud lights not a bad choice. wont tear anything up. dont know about the bearclaws. outlaw mst is another tire you should consider. Mud Snow Trail. heard nothing but good things about em
 

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a person i ride with runs 26" bearclaws, IMO they are great all terrain tire. the only complaint he has about them is, the front tires dont have enough tread to turn good on mudy trails. he said that is he could do it over that he would get the 27" because they have more tread on the front.
-Aaron
 

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OUTLAW MST LOOK LIKE A GREAT TIRE
cheapest place to find them?

25" mudlites-$230
26" mudlites- $285

25" swamplites- $270
26" swamplites- $280

Is it worth the money to get 26" and should I go

9" or 10" in the front?
 

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Really, all of those will have better bite than your factory tires but if you want better ride as well go for a radial. My ACT's (which stands for all conditions tire BTW) have transformed my quad. The ride is fantastic and the traction I would not have believed even in snow.
 

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i dont know the cheapest place to get msts but i know they sell them at highlifter.com
 

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MST's are a good all around tire. Have them on the wifes Grizz.
They ride smoother than the factory tires.
 

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i run 27" bearclaws on my foreman and they are great, never get a flat, very rarely get stuck, definetly the best all around tire, especially for the price.
 

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Maxxis Bighorns is what I'm happy with, Rocks, Mud, all round tire.
I'm 300 miles away from having 4000 miles
on my BigHorns Plus I'm Street Legal mostly
for the forest roads and rules.

26X9X12 front & 26X12X12 rear

I drive over what most people drive around
 

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QUOTE ("Desert Hawk":2c58vik4)
QUOTE ("Trypoint":2c58vik4)
Maxxis Bighorns is what I'm happy with, Rocks, Mud, all round tire.
I'm 300 miles away from having 4000 miles
on my BigHorns Plus I'm Street Legal mostly
for the forest roads and rules.

26X9X12 front & 26X12X12 rear

I drive over what most people drive around [/quote]

That's a pretty impressive number of miles you have there! What kind of shape are they in after that many miles? Have you had any flats along the way?

I'm looking for a new set right now and the Bighorns and Bear Claws are neck and neck.
 
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