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I currently have 26" Mudlites...I want a more agressive tire for the mud..

Big horns, Mud Biathches, laws, zillas..too many choices?

Do not mind spending the extra cheese on a tire that will last longer than the current ones have. (4 mo.)
 

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I am a mud man. I love to ride anywhere there is water and mud. Not much for rocks and climbing.
 

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One more question...

I already have a 2" lift...If I pu the highllifter springs on it, will it be too much bend for the driveshaft? Or be too much of an angle for it?
 

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i have heard that the lift springs with a lift kit is too much angle. people do it, but i wouldnt recomend doing it but its up to you.
-Aaron
 

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I dont have a lift I have the perfex soft ride kit. I don't have the springs on yet but will when it warms back up.
 

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I have the spring,lift and Laws and I have not had any problems. It is all in how you ride. If you act like an a$$ you will break stuff. With the Laws you have to know when your stuck to just stop or you will snap an axle if they hook up.
 

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Thx for your input...Laws will prob be my next selection...First need a clutch it to help with the increased tire size....
 

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btiches are awesome
 

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lol mustsaythe post made me laufgh a little how are they wearing ive herd they dont last long have you ran them on much road or only mud and trail
 

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ya i heard the same. thing.. my friend has them on a foreman 2. and im not realy impressed.. because im goin everwhere he is going....
 
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