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How do the Bi/Tri Claws do? Do yall like them? Are they heavy?
 

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I had 27" Vampire's the Claw's rule. I love them. I wouldn't trade them for 2 sets of Vampier's.
 

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they are great tires my buddy had a set of 26 inch and they did good
 

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joecamel has a set, I must say i'm envious
 

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In an independent mud tire review the ONLY tire to beat the 27" claws was the 28" outlaws. That review was posted on the highlifter site. I have some and love them. I run 10psi in them and they are right about 27.5" and with 15psi get up to 28".
 

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I got the Bi/Tri claws on my Foreman. They do well. They measure true if not taller than the rated size. I noticed a VERY noticable power loss when I put them on. Brand new Foreman with about 10mi on it, swapped wheels and tires out and rode that night and noticed it wasn't near as "peppy". I got stuck in some thick clay pondbase and they Foreman wouldn't turn them! I think now with the HMF and jetting done its back close to what stock did.

The bi/tris that are not 27" are alot different than the 27"s. I believe one is called "Magnum" and the other is not. (not sure which is which though)
 

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QUOTE ("flyinscootrpilot":3g6djeer)
The bi/tris that are not 27" are alot different than the 27"s. I believe one is called "Magnum" and the other is not. (not sure which is which though)
IIRC they only make the MAGNUM claws anymore and those are the 27s
 

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I got a set and love them, and with a clutch kit they turn just fine. With a pipe and jet would turn them even better. They are a great tire, can't wait until snow to try them out in that
 

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I got a set and love them, and with a clutch kit they turn just fine. With a pipe and jet would turn them even better. They are a great tire, can't wait until snow to try them out in that
They do OK in the snow, its just like sand tho, take your time giving gas or youll end up in China before you get 5ft. They are GREAT for snowball fights though, mine thow up baseball size snowballs, if you drive fast enough you will drive into them. Its also fun climing hills with them, you can actually see why they are called CLAWS. They will "walk" there way up the hill, and with the 3wd of our hondas its even better as one tire slips and the other grips back and forth all the way up the hill, just like its CLAWing its way up.
 

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wheres a good place to get them at
 

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i love my bi/tris they have left me wondering why i spent so much on a winch, oh yeah to pull out my buddies grizzley. i run mine with 4 pounds of air and the measure just over 27" high.

mine came from a place in lexington, ky. their website is www.truckaddons.com. you can look at number from website. it was $430 no shipping. you cant go wrong with them.
 
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