Here’s some of that slimy upstate ny springtime mud I was referring to. Those wide fender flares really work well in this environment. The stock fenders are ok but in this scenario I used to take a bath in mud lol
Are kenda k299 bear claw, tires a good upgrade?Conditions like this are why I really like Zillas (I’m running stocks in this picture however)The Zilla’s work great in the clay soil we have around here-especially in spring. The stocks get you around but they ball up with mud and don’t pull very well. Same goes for those wet heavy snowfalls that drop a foot of snow when the ground isn’t frozen. Not only do you have to chew through the snow but also the couple inches of slimy mud underneath. That’s where a mud tire like the Zilla really shows it’s worth. When it dries out, give me a nice soft riding all terrain tire any day!