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Old 11-14-2011, 07:36 PM   #1
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What are the best mud tires for my 2006 750 brute force
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mudzillas are the best mud/all terrain tire. outlaws or silverbacks for pear mud/deep water.
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"Best mud tire" question is like the whole "Chevy-Ford" debate. Everyone has their favorite. It's mostly a matter of what you like. For pure mud bogging, Outlaws, Silverbacks, Terminators and Mudzillas. Basically anything with a deep lug with wide lug spacing to shed mud.
Weight and ride comfort are a couple of concerns to look at as well.
Some tires by the same maufacturer ride rougher than others due to the lug spacing.
Example-28",29",30" and up Outlaws ride decent, 27" Outlaws lugs are spaced at the same width, but because of the diameter of the tire you get a Bumpity-Bump ride.
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I have the terminators and love them I do alot of trail riding and they ride smooth I also ride some mud and they do great not saying youll never get stuck but ive only been stuck when I got high centered and in that case no tire will help and alot of times when you can no longer go forward they will usually back out unless high centered
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i run itp mudlite xls on my kawi, and they will go through any thing i put them threw.It depends on how you ride and were, but my 2 cents mudlite best all around tires.
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it all depends on the specific type of riding you do if all you do is mud bog then silverbacks,terminators,outlaws,black mambas,etc. but if you trail ride then mudlites,mudlite xls,sti mud trax,itp xtrs,etc.
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Just mud , research black mambas or terminators all around MY faves are mudbugs but like stated before best tire debate is like chevy vs. ford !!!
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Obviously you guys never ran terminators if you think they are strictly mud cause they ride great on the trails and if you are worried about the weight get the 28s. Not sure how much less they weigh but im sure theyre better than the 29.5s mine are 45lbs a piece
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40lbs, PitBull - Rockers, or Growlers (both are radial)... I have the Rocker Ubers and they work awesome (ride as smooth as Bighorns)
I go through all the same shit as my buddies with silverbacks, mud zillas outlaws and terminators
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