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The tire pressure makes all the difference. If you're running on pavement, don't think of dropping the pressure too much or it'll eat your tires.

On my old 92 Fourtrax 300 I had put bearclaws on. Not only did it make the ride horrible but there was major powerloss. If you don't run in mud and you trail ride then stay away from mud bugs, mud lites, gators, etc. Best all terrain, most puncture resistant, best wearing tire has got to be the Maxxis Big Horns. They're great for hard rock, crossing rivers, getting great traction on steep hill climbs, very soft ride due to the tires being Radials, etc.

In any event, the tire pressure should be at or around 4 PSI, which the stock tires should be at, and since its a bigger tire, maybe bump up the pressure pound or two.
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