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post #181 of 190 Old 01-15-2014, 03:29 PM
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^ Those are great tires, they ride smooth and hook up surprisingly well... He'll love them. I loved mine.


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Outlaw mst they good wear well, ride smooth . He wont be disappointed my buddy has them and can go where i go with my outlaw originals but takes him a tad longer,



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good to hear! Like i said he doesnt really search for mud but sometimes you cant avoid it and i want him to make it

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I love my radial reptiles for a trail tire. Super smooth on hard pack and they have supper deep lugs that hook up great. I have friends with zillas and I can follow them anywhere. And they just look cool in my opinion.

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****, now I need to do some more reading up on some different tires. LOL

I have 27" s/w swamplites on 14" reapers, I have some M20 Kores on the way and was going to go with outlaw2 28 skinnys all the way around.

But, where I am riding there is a bunch of different terrain. I am very interested in pit bull tires other then the price. I am also looking at GBC Reapers, Spartacus as well.

I'm very very undecided lol. I do alot of atv jamborees and like to hit mud wherever it is.

Help and suggestions would be appreciated.
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I agree with the Radial Reptile. I use my Brute for everything from hunting, muddin trail riding and pull a truck bed trailer with hunting shack on it. And these tires are great. Great ride,handling and great in mud
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Will 26" bighorns be okay on the stock Brute wheels?
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Will 26" bighorns be okay on the stock Brute wheels?
Yes, as long as they are not over 11" wide.

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So thats a no lol, since they dont make anything under a 12 for the rear lol

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looking for a good trail tire (not mud tire) for my Brute, its stock, epi clutch kit for 27-28" tires inbound, and I'm wanting a tire to fit on stock rims, at least 27, but no bigger than 28 (just because thats my preference not because I think the kit I ordered actually needs exactly what its rated for. I need good lateral and forward bite, and would prefer a square soulder and a radial. Thinking 27" Black Diamond XTR's or Carlisle ACT XD's. Didnt like the mudbugds, mud runners, or Razr-4 Speeds.
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The best all around tire for a 12" rim is going to be the OUTLAW MST and for a 14" rim is going to be the OUTLAW RADIAL. Hands down without a doubt!!

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