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I recently purchased a 2002 Foreman 500 Rubicon. It currently has 475 miles on it and the tires are like new however im looking for something that offers a bit more traction. I have had ITP mudlites in the past and they seem to do really well in most conditions i encounter. I mostly use the four wheeler for trail riding, some dirt roads and ice fishing. I am not looking to deviate from stock size as i want to maintain current power/speed however i want something a tad bit more aggressive.

I am looking at two different tires.

Kenda Bear Claws or ITP Mudlites. As I stated Ive had the Mudlites on other wheelers and really liked them. The Bear Claws do have a nice looking tread pattern that looks like it would be good for all conditions i ride in. Hard packed trails, some mud, dirt roads, snow and ice fishing.

let me know if you've run either or prefer one over the other!

Thanks
 

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Bear claws are a much better tire.
 

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pitbulls, 589's, ex's also all get my vote for a decent all over tire with more aggressive tread!
 
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