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for all of you that are wontering how the the kenda executioners do this is for you. this friday i got them mounted up on interco condor 7 spoke wheels. i tryed them out in a field where a spring came out. the ground was real soft and was verry easy to bottom out in. the tires did real well going through the spring ecept when i would bottom out but besides that they did great. they cleaned out good also. on trails from what all i went on they did good. the ground was kind of loose on top but hard under that. all you had to gas it and they went but they did tear up the ground when i went fast but when i just putted arround on the trails they didnt tare up the ground at all. executioners are just like 589s but are more agresive. the executioners have a REAL rim saver and is a very nice feture! they have 1 1/2 in. of tread in the center of the tire and as it goes out towards the sides its 2 in. if any one has any more questions about them just ask. ill try to answer all the questions you have.
-Aaron
 

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Those are the tires i would like to get. I gotta wear down
my Mudlites enough to justify gettin' some though.
 

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Any pics
 

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i saw some the other day and they look pertty good.....it looks like they have a really good cleanout tread pattern.....let us know how good they cleanout
 

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A friend of mine bought Nates Executioners & now i wish
i would have bought them. Those tires are very nice. They
do everything well.
 

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I wonder how well they steer around the mud?
Not to good. They tend to want to go in it rather than around it.
 

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sorry for the late reply. the tires clean out good if there is a little water on the top of the mud. sorry but my computor is kinda sick right now and it dont look like i can post any pictures in a while.
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Looks like they could paddle through the slop pretty well. Do they ride rough though?
 

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Then those arent the tires for you Railroader. Ha Ha
 

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Yes they are That's the ones i want to get once the MudLites
wear out.
 

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Not if they make you want to go in the mud.
 

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when you ride slow they ride rough. but when you get up arround 5 mph there not that bad. and they do not steer good in mud but they do tear the he!! out of land.
 
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finally here is some pics but there kind of far away. but if will give you a idea what there like. the other rubicon is just a stock one.
I guess that you must of been abducted lat night or something cos your definatly are not thinking straight.
 

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sorry but i dont get that.
 

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haha, I missed that one, he was some spammer post whoring it up, had some casino crap in his signature.... I deleted his screen name, and I thought I got all his messages.
 
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