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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-24-2010, 11:38 PM Thread Starter
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i will be using mine for lots of things it will get rode on pavement also what tires would be best for the pavement is there any pickup tires that will work on it that are like a mud tire?
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-25-2010, 08:56 AM
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SSR | Interco Tire

The Super Swamper SSR comes in a 27x9.50r14LT
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SSR | Interco Tire

The Super Swamper SSR comes in a 27x9.50r14LT
wow are those HEAVY!

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Yes... a buddy of mine had them on his Ranger and they worked great for the desert. Plus it's a DOT tire for pavement. They held up great.
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General makes a 14" AT tire that is Dot also. But I would check the weight



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Check out the Maxxis Cero. It is a 6 ply UTV specific tire and has a tread more like a all-terrian off road truck tire.

Im looking to put new tires on my 650 real soon. Right now I have in narrowed down to the Big Horn (Original) and Cereo.

If anybody has any opinions I'm all ears.
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Check out the Maxxis Cero. It is a 6 ply UTV specific tire and has a tread more like a all-terrian off road truck tire.

Im looking to put new tires on my 650 real soon. Right now I have in narrowed down to the Big Horn (Original) and Cereo.

If anybody has any opinions I'm all ears.
I have Big Horn 2.0s and they are great, I think they even did well in the sand for me.

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interco also makes a tire called the truxxes. 29.5 inches tall. Super for rock crawling.
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