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I must disagree...a Vampire EDL will ride smoother and pull better than a Mudzilla, bottomline. Throttle control is the key when running EDLs.
 

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I like mudlights, they ride real smooth and pull in mud, BUT mudzillas perform so much better in the mud! I have no experience with vampires but people I've talked to seem to like them but say they ride rough when you are going slow. then again who rides slow??? lol
 

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I like the vamps. they dig..... alot! but they are a pretty good tire. I dont like the zillas cause they have too much wated tread; they're too Heavy

Besides/ GO BIG OR GO HOME / LAWS ALL THE WAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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you might want to look into 27" kenda executioners. i just orderd some the other day. i heard that they do awesome in mud and also clean out good. but the only bad thing is that they weigh a good bit. when ever i get mine ill tell you how they are
 

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i say get the mudzillas.....they wont be as hard on your bike, and they ride better than the vamps....with vamps you are gona dig alot
 

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To answer your question, they should turn them with no problems.
 

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I am running 28 super swamper edls on my rincon now and rav has 28 mudzillas. I can give you an honest opinion on both tires now. The vampires ride smoother than the mudlites I had before and ravs mudzillas are not as smooth riding as the edl's. but, I'm not saying the zillas ride rough either, the edls are just smoother on pavement and trail. The mudzillas and the vampires both pull great. I have not been stuck since I got the edl's but I did pull rav out once. sorry rav, just trying to state the facts for the man here.
 

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Re: rethink

QUOTE ("foreman450rider":2j81zevi)
i say get the mudzillas.....they wont be as hard on your bike, and they ride better than the vamps....with vamps you are gona dig alot

i strongly disagree, mudzillas are some of the roughest riding tires out there and thats a FACT.

vampires are one of the smoothest mud tires ever made.
 
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