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my 27s measured 26.5" i realy liked them, they dug alot and went realy good. they weighed a good bit, im not sure on exactly what they were but they averaged about 30# each. im not sure how a rinny would handle them but my rubicon could turn them really good with a clutch kit, jet kit, ect...
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would like to see more pics and more details on how these tires perform.... looking into getting 27" for my 06 foreman es.... would it turn them good with it being completly stock?
 

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i have some pics of my 27" executioners on my old rubicon and brute force in my pics in my sig if you want to look at them.
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would like to see more pics and more details on how these tires perform.... looking into getting 27" for my 06 foreman es.... would it turn them good with it being completly stock?
I have 26" Exe's on my stock 450 Grizzly and it turns them fine...should be GTG on the Foreman.
 

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If you are putting them on the Rincon, you may need a couple little mods to help you out on power to turn those really good. Clutch kit and jet kit should be good if you don't want to go into the exhaust, although those two things plus a new exhaust would probably do wonders for power with those tires.
 

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If you are putting them on the Rincon, you may need a couple little mods to help you out on power to turn those really good. Clutch kit and jet kit should be good if you don't want to go into the exhaust, although those two things plus a new exhaust would probably do wonders for power with those tires.
they dont make a clutch kit for the honda rincon. just a gear reduction
 

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how would you guys compare if that is even possible to the mudlite XTRs... cost being a consideration... just looking for a good tire to do everything and hold its own in swamp/trails. Sorry to jack your thread just impressed with the tread and price of these tires and want to know as much as i can to make a sound decision.
 

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a person i ride with has XTR's, i would say that the executioners do just a little better in mud but the xtr's dont dig down as fast. i really like the xtr's but i dont think they wear as good on the road as the executioners.
turnermoody, to answer where to get them cheap, i got mine off ebay for $310 shipped. maby you could take a look on there.
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a person i ride with has XTR's, i would say that the executioners do just a little better in mud but the xtr's dont dig down as fast. i really like the xtr's but i dont think they wear as good on the road as the executioners. -Aaron
So dollar for dollar the executioners are the best buy??? i just hate buying something and finding out a day later about something else. Thank you guys for your input!!!
 

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So dollar for dollar the executioners are the best buy??? i just hate buying something and finding out a day later about something else. Thank you guys for your input!!!
IMO i think they are better than the XTR's but maby you should see what other people think about them, i would feel bad if you went and got them and didnt like them. everyone i know have gave good reports about the executioners.
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no they dont a 27 with like 3 to 5 psi they messure bout 26.5
I should still be happy with the 27" then... dont really want to mess with performance parts right away but do want a good tire... Thanks guys for the help!!!
 

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Any more reviews and advice on these tires??? Getting close to purchase time and would like some more input. thanks in advance!!!

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I have 26" Executioners.10" wide on the front and rear.I love 'em.Smooth riding too.I'll get the weight of them posted tonight or tomorrow.I wish they had some sort of a side lug,but I'm still satisfied with them.
 
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