best trail riding tires?

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  1. indianablaster

    indianablaster New Member

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    if your mudding alot, i guess the kenda claws look good.... but i run maxxis razrs and i ride in thick indiana woods with lots of different terrain from grassy dirt areas to spots with tons of mud and sticks and debris... the maxxis still hook up great, but when they get caked with mud its kinda rough lol.... the kenda's look like they are designed for mud
     
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    ok thanks for all the help!!!!
     
  3. JBRoc01blaster

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    Go to rockymountainatvmc.com they have tons of options for blasters and you won't have to change your rims which will obviously save money and you can invest in a better tire for your style of riding !
     
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    thats what kinda riding i do, so which do you think would be better?
     
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    My dad runs holeshots an theyve been preety good 4ply we ride on the roads an in the woods an theyve hooked up pretty good in the mud an havent wore down that bad
     
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    get a set of itp mud lites they fit on stock blaster rims 22-11-8 and they work good in almost all conditions
     
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    Ok, heres my 2 cents:
    -ITP Holeshots: Wear WAY to fast, my buddie had a new pair on his warrior i think it was, he hit a hill climb, and there was... way to much wheel spin.
    -ITP Mudlites: Thats a good tire... for a utility quad, but i just wouldn't go for it on a blaster
    -Maxxis Rzrs: They are a great tire... but extremely overpriced
    -Kendas: I've seen a lot of people using them , but the tred just isn't aggressive enough for me, i've noticed the "balloon" look out of the kendas, thats just not blaster style for me.
    My choice... Check out A tire called "CST ambush", they are 4-ply, and i had them on my 300ex... I went through mud remarkably deep, and i was able to maintain that sport look...
     

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    gbc x-rex... they are the same as maxxis razr2 but don't have the steep price, they are the exact same tire!
     
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    oh yeah, i've seen those, but hey, they are still very expensive...
     
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    thanks for the help!!
     
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    mine are big and heavy but damn it they throw chunks at your buddy's real nice!!!!
     
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    ^^^ what are they called??
     
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    which would be better for me a 22x11x8 or 20x11x8??
     
  14. Blaaster

    Blaaster Moderator Staff Member Technician Forum Supporter

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    If you need the ground clearance, and you have enough "oomph" to spin them, go for the 22s.:)
     
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    What sprocket set up do you have for them 22"?
     

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