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What size mudlites are you guys running

27X9X14 for Front & 27X11X14 for rear? or

27X10X14 Front? 27X11X14
 
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Tires

ITP Mud Lite XTR 27x11x14 Rear

ITP Mud Lite XTR 27x9x14 Front for snow. I think a thinner tire in front will go through snow a little better right????

Will these work OK? They should fit on 14 x 6 ITP rim right?
 

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if you are wanting to cut through the snow then yes those will work
if you are wanting to stay intop of the snow then the wider the tire the better b/c you will have a bigger footprint and disperse the weight of your quad over a larger surface area.

one inch really isnt going to make that much of a differnce tho.
either way you will be able to fit them with no problem.
 
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Thanks

Thanks for the info I was on ITP's website and they have a few to choose from. I like the XL's and the XTR's can't decide.
 

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Check on Ebay, I just picked up 4 27" XTR's for $26 more total than XL's. For that price go with the radials, they ride a lot smoother.
 

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playing around up the feild sunday, notcied there was some "thick" mud around so i put my mud lites to the test backing up. It didnt turn good. they are fine going front wards.



i dont think that would happen with any other tire.
BTW they were 26x12x12 in the rear,
 

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I run 27-9-12XL frount
27-12-12XL in the rear thay work good for the riding I do thow next time it will be 589s
 

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Mudlites

I have the Mudlite XLs and they have been doing real good. Mine are self-cleaning I haven't ever had them pack full of mud
 

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Re: Mudlites

QUOTE ("countyboy 90":2yx7crt2)
I have the Mudlite XLs and they have been doing real good. Mine are self-cleaning I haven't ever had them pack full of mud
i guess they've never been in the thick stuff then.
 

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I for 26x9x12 fron 26x12x12 rear.

Not a bad tire for trails/light mud. They will cake up and not clean out in thick mud and possibly leave you stuck.
Ride smooth on hard pack and dont seem to wabble a bit.

I WANT Outlaw MST's!!!
Might switch someday soon. I think the MST's would be better in all aspects. But ive heard a few reports about them being really shakey or wabble at high speeds so im hanging tight for right this minute.. cause these lites dont wabble at all that I can fill.
 

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lol

hey ruby, i think i've seen that pic of yours in every topic on this site...hahaha

it's cool though
 

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fa sho!

i know that when i get stuck like that i make sure no one has a camera handy...
 
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