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what kind of tires do everybody run?
 

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Stockers! Haven't had mine long enough (less than 2 mos.) to warrant new ones.....YET!!!
 

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when you ride some mud tires though youll never go back to stockers.lol
 

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So far I have had stock size mud-lites, and recently replaced them with stock size mudzillas.

The mudzillas are a rough ride but man they go good.

I have put over 2400 miles on my rincon in less than 5 months I changed the stock tires the day after I got it.
 

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I plan on buying Kenda Bearclaws. One person in the Highlifter forums told me he had about 3000 miles on his, mostly pavement and gravel and they still looked like new. Another guy even told me that he recommends them over mudlites for mud riding. They look like a good tire to me and they seem to be really tough so I plan on getting them. Oh, and they are pretty cheap too.

By the way, in your signatures this forum takes HTML. Not the same UBB code that Highlifter takes.
 

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ITP ATR's
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I had atr's but they fell apart! Just got my 589s today but i will only have them till the radial laws come back in stock
 

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itp atr's no problems so far and looking for a another set for my spare black wheels..
 

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26" Radial Outlaws on stock wheels (sloppy season) and ATRs on C-series (dry season) and it takes some time to get used to the lack of ground clearance with the ATRs on but it handles very well.
 

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i have the stockers right now, and im looking for a 26" tire that will do it all, what do you guys think. I am also going to get a uni-filter and dyno-jet kit before soon, so that will probabaly help turn them. Thanks

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ATR's are the way to go. I just wish they had the rim guard of the Titan 589
 

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I use the stock Ohtsu's for dry riding and switch off to a set of 27" ITP 589 M/S for mud. 589 is great in the mud, but no fun at all on the dry stuff.
 

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I love my 589s and the look of the C-series. I had them put on before I left the dealership. Never road it with the stock tires.
 

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I had the dealer prep my rincon with 27" Mudzilla's. They are heavy,but they have performed well in every situation.They are mounted on chrome Highlifter Lite wheels. I did score some stockers from a friend and mounted them on my stock rims for sand riding only. The mudzilla's dig to much in the sand to keep up with my riding partner's 400ex.
 

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I run 27"x10x12 Vampires on all fours, 27"x9.75x12 Bi/Claws x4, 2 27"x12x12 Tri/Claws. The Bi/Tri combo does better in the mud, I reverse the Tri/Claws therefor they don't big down to China like the vampires. But the Vamp's have surprized me for trail riding.
 

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My bro had a set of Titan 589's on stock grizz wheels. I offered to "store" them for him while he was moving, that was 4 months ago, they have been on ever since. They seem really heavy to steer but ride pretty decent. But man did they suck up the power, have to use effort to pull the front end off of the ground now. Traction is pretty unbeleivable, or should I say unstoppable, they pull real good. My bro has Dirt Devils on his Grizz now on C's, he seems happy with them. I think I might actually give his tires/wheels back to him and get a set of Bearclaws or maybe Mudlites, haven't decided yet, maybe a set of outlaws..............too many damn decisions.

Later, Mack
 

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I run 26" Mudlites on Maxxis 8 spoke wheels.Thet ride good and look great!

Photo Link http://rincon.atvowners.com/index.cfm?action=profile&userid=965
 

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I'm curious- a couple of you have apparently used the same size tires, 26 or 27x10x12 on both front and back. Did you notice any difference over the different size tires for front & rear? I would like to use the same size for all, 26x10x12 Dirt Devils, but I don't want to compromise handling. I'm also assuming there were no clearance problems?
 
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