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I have a 01 450 with a hl lift. cluthch kit and pipe,filter and jets. I have 28x10 on front and 28x12 on back they are mud Lites. but I want someting more aggressive thinking about 28 laws how much power will I lose with this tire and is it worth it?
 

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You will lose some power with the laws, but the pulling ability of the laws will make up the difference in power lost. Laws are one of the hardest tires to turn.
 

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I like the mud lights, but you really should look into Iterco Swamp Lites! They are much more agressive in the mud and don't ride as rough as the laws. Actually they ride just as smooth as the factory tires that I originally had. I put 27's on mine and I am more than impressed!!!! I may go to 28" is I lift it a little! Happy Muddin !!!!!!!!!!
 

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i like the dirt devils i had them for 2000 miles and they dont seem to wear down like my buddied itps are and i go thew more mud then he can
 

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I run the 28 X 9.5 Outlaws and LOVE THEM!!!
I've got plenty of power to turn them over. I guess it just depends on your meaning of the word "power" is. I am more than happy and would recommend them to anyone wanting an extreme mud tire. They suck in real rocky areas but I get over the soreness after a few days!!!
 

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OUTLAWS!!! If you want to go with the best mud tire around?
 

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just this weekend, a buddy of mine went muddin. He has outlaws on his 450es, I have Interco swamp lites on my 450es. I had to go around him, winch him out, and then go through the same place he just got stuck in. He decided to give up the "laws" and ordered a set of the swamp lites. Now I have owned outlaws a couple of years back, but I have to say, the swamp lites are better in my opinion.
 

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I ride with a guy with swamp-lites and he is selling his for some Outlaws. Nice try but the swamp-lite can't out do the Outlaw.
 

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swamp lights definatly cannot compare to outlaws. I was watching some guys the other day going through a mud hole and climbing a hil at the other end and the swamplites couldn't make it up the hill they just kept spinning on the surface. as for the vampires another guy had them and he went every where the outlaws went.
 

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i was waitin for someone to say ZILLAS, i have both zillas and swamp lites, zillas will out do any tire in the mud even {LAWS}. i have the swamp lites for an all around tire, they do alright in the mud
 

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I don't promote anything unless I have owned it. I know I have owned outlaws and they let me down before. I know people who had mudzillas and were let down. I know people that had factory tires on a factory bike and had to go around people who were stuck with their decked out bikes. It is completely dependent upon the situation and the elements. I just know I was in some sloppy, nasty stuff this weekend and the swamp lights never let me down, whereas my buddys outlaws constantly kept him stuck. I am sure that my swamp lites will get me stuck, but they haven't just yet. Outlaws are an awesome tire, but like I said, my experiences with outlaws tells me they are not the best for every situation. So it is really to each his own. But all these tires talked about on here are tough!
 

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PEOPLE GIVE THE UNDERDOG TIRE A CHANCE , I USE THESE TIRES ON MY 2001 FOREMAN 27 INCH SUPER GRIP MUD BITCH TIRES !!! THERE IS MAYBE A 1/4 INCH HEIGHT DIFFERENCE AT THE MOST BETWEEN THEM AND 28 INCH MUDZILLA'S ... HERES A PIC FROM THE BACK OF MY FOREMAN .. CHECK IT OUT .. HEY ITS WHATEVER TIRE YOU LIKE WERE JUSTA BUNCH OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE DIFFERENT OPINIONS ... MUDBITCH IS A GREAT TIRE YOU WONT BE DISSAPOINTED AT ALL !!!
 
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I had 27" ITP 589s. I thought they were great for all types of riding. I now have 28" Mudzillas. They work better in the mud, but not as well on rocks and sand.
 

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I also run 27" ITP 589's.....I have been very impressed in how they grab in the terrain I run them in here in Alaska.
 
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