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I'm going to be purchasing some new tires in the spring and figured I'd get some Bearclaws, BUT I have come to realize these suck in the mud pretty bad and even though I told myself I would stay out of mud I also realize that I can't do that.

I have about 200 miles on my stockers and they have lots of tears and slashes in them, but only one has gotten a leak so far. I really like MudLites, but they're expensive and I hear they wear fast.

What would you reccomend for my use? I see alot of trails, deep water and sticky mud. I also drive down railroad beds so there's alot of sharp rocks. On my old Foreman 450 I had Titan 589's (ITP's with the siping) and the lugs got pretty torn up after 1000 miles or so, they also rode like a brick.

BTW: The tire size would be 26x12x12 for all 4 tires. Thanks for any help!
 

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vamps.?
 

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I don't know how they wear but if you like the MudLites buy them; they are reasonably priced.
 

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if you want a tire that will get you through mud there almost going to ride rough. i dont know much bout these tires but you might want to look into the interco swamplites. i heard that they are a nice alround tire. i hope this helps.
-Aaron
 

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Bi/Tri claws, without a doubt, great riding smooth tire, agressive tread, works great in all conditions. They only come in 27s though.
 

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if you really wanted the claws but you wanted 26" you could just get the bi claws all the way around because they make them in 26" but they only have i think 1" of tread. i have hear just bi claws by there self are not the best tire but like Robb said they ride smooth and they go good everywere.
-Aaron
 

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Yea I'm not looking for a tire to totally rock in the mud, that's why I bought a winch. I looked at the Swamplites and the lugs seem really tall. Not sure how that affects trail handling, I ride pretty aggressive on trails. Bi/Tri's are really expensive although I hear good things about them, but I don't want to go up to 27's. I'm gonna buy a Perfex lift kit when I ge the tires and wheels so mabye I will kick it up to 27's. I really don't wanna lose alot of power though.

I guess it comes down to the best deal I can get between the Bi/Tri's, Mudlites, and Swamplites.
 

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Made up my mind! Getting some Bi/Tri's hopefully by the end of March.
 

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I have been thinkin' about gettin' those myself when our Mudlites wear out.
 

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you made a very good choice
 

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Great choice you'll love em
 

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OUTLAWS, THEY RIDE GREAT!!!!!!
 
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