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post #1 of 5 Old 04-11-2007, 04:18 PM Thread Starter
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I posted this in the Brute section but haven't got much feed back. Some of you guys are on the sand all the time, I thought you might have some insight for me.


I used the search and found some information but most of it was old and before some of these newer tires came out.

I am looking to buy some Paddles for my Brute, as I will still be riding sand sometimes. I don't want to spend a fortune and want to put them on my stock wheels to save money. I plan to use the stock Dunflop fronts on stock wheels.
So far I have found the
Aerospeed available in 25x10x12 or 27x12x12
Dune Star available in 26x10x12
GBC used to make a Paddle Master in 25 inch size but I can't find them listed anywhere.
Skat Trak can do customs for 12 inch rims but from what I hear they are way expensive $$$.

Some say the Paddle Masters were not very good.
What have you guys used or seen being used. Thanks for any advice or info on other tires I may have not listed.

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I posted this in the Brute section but haven&#39;t got much feed back. Some of you guys are on the sand all the time, I thought you might have some insight for me.


I used the search and found some information but most of it was old and before some of these newer tires came out.

I am looking to buy some Paddles for my Brute, as I will still be riding sand sometimes. I don&#39;t want to spend a fortune and want to put them on my stock wheels to save money. I plan to use the stock Dunflop fronts on stock wheels.
So far I have found the
Aerospeed available in 25x10x12 or 27x12x12
Dune Star available in 26x10x12
GBC used to make a Paddle Master in 25 inch size but I can&#39;t find them listed anywhere.
Skat Trak can do customs for 12 inch rims but from what I hear they are way expensive $$$.

Some say the Paddle Masters were not very good.
What have you guys used or seen being used. Thanks for any advice or info on other tires I may have not listed.
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RKelly was using the Maxxis All Tracks in Oklahoma on his brute and they seemed to be getting around as well as the quads with paddles. in fact I was having to work pretty hard on my V to keep up in the perimeter trails.
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What I am hoping for is to be able to climb most the big dunes and go nearly everywhere my brother can go on his 450r. We are planning a trip to Sand Mountain over Memorial Day Weekend. Would love to be able to climb the big hill there.

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Might try the 4-Snows on all 4 corners, they work great on the V








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What size do the 4-snows come in I am trying to get buy with just paddles on the rear and stock dunflops up front.

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