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    Outlaw MST's. Wear like iron, are good in mud, rock, snow, trails (great all around tire) and they'll get you home if you get a flat/a hole because sidewalls are stiff enough that you can run them with no air in them.
    Rick

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    Mudlite XTR’s get my vote, I can go lots of places in 2WD with these

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    I have 25 inch zillas on my foreman 400. Does a good job plowing my driveway... Have had them in some rough stuff too, performed well, also have several ks on pavement with no real wear problems


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    X2 on the 4Runner tires from Royal Distributing.. well worth it and they can handle just about anything!

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    I have ITP Mudlites on my 750 King Quad. You’ll get a stiffer ride or at least I did than the crap OEM Dunlop’s that came with it. The Mudlites are far more puncture resistant and I’ve had no problems with premature wear. They are good 3 season tires. Any deep lug tire will not fair too well on hard slippery surfaces without studs.
    For winter tracks with ice cleats are hard to beat
    A bad day hunting or fishing is better than a good day at work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 73hunter View Post
    Mudlite XTR’s get my vote, I can go lots of places in 2WD with these
    I've had these on my outlander 400 for 13 years and they are still about 70% tread

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