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06-19-2013 12:26 PM
kirkland So any more reviews? Bout to get bigger tires and a buddy has these in stock

im just needing reassurance lol
06-05-2013 02:08 PM
jprzr It's a smooth ride without the lift but even with the lift it ain't bad. def like having the lift back on dont get hung up as much and can go more places.


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06-05-2013 11:45 AM
12bf750blackbetty Yeah I had to do mine for the 30 backs and cut in the same places but I have stock suspension. Lift is in the future but couldn't fit it in the budget at the moment.

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06-05-2013 10:46 AM
mater750 Alright man thanx for the tip, thats gona be the 1st thing I do when I get it.

Fatboyz Customz Crew
06-05-2013 08:49 AM
jprzr Ya just trim it close to the frame follow the line on the plastic and you will be good.Here is couple pics of how I did mine Attachment 14560Attachment 14561


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06-05-2013 12:17 AM
mater750 Looks good to me, so all you done was trim it to the frame under there? Like I told a buddy of mine I dnt mind cutting plastic lol

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06-05-2013 12:02 AM
jprzr
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They work awesome in my book, got em on my 06 and gona swap em over to my 2012, will the 2012 fit em without a lift?

Fatboyz Customz Crew
Just like mike said they just rubber the bash plate so I cut it flush can't even tell it was cut and the plastic front bumper rubbed but that's cause it was already bent back.(my fault it was bent) so I cut it off to haha. but my bumper covers it up and u can't see it anyway but other than that they fit good with out the lift by I put my lift back on and still no issues. Here's a pic don't know if u can really tell but I can get better ones tm. Attachment 14557


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06-04-2013 11:59 PM
brutemike
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Alright man thanx for the kick back, to me the terms are an all around tire and dig and ease on out the hole just as smooth as silk

Fatboyz Customz Crew
Yes I loved my terms too when I had them but now with the ol2s I'm hooked.
06-04-2013 11:47 PM
mater750 Alright man thanx for the kick back, to me the terms are an all around tire and dig and ease on out the hole just as smooth as silk

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06-04-2013 11:36 PM
brutemike
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They work awesome in my book, got em on my 06 and gona swap em over to my 2012, will the 2012 fit em without a lift?

Fatboyz Customz Crew
Yes my buddy ran them on his 12 brute all they hit was on turning it would rub the front bash plate but he cut it. Shoot jprzr on here a pm hes the one that ran them.
06-04-2013 10:38 PM
mater750 They work awesome in my book, got em on my 06 and gona swap em over to my 2012, will the 2012 fit em without a lift?

Fatboyz Customz Crew
11-14-2011 08:54 AM
JPs300 Ok, so finally got a decent amount of ride time on them in some real mud. - My bike is 1040cc with a roughly 2800 stall clutch set-up, current shift-out around 6k(needs to be closer to 7, different story). This is a TRV(2-seat) t-cat, so not a light bike & I was riding double.

Mud - They hold their own against laws/backs, but definitely need a bit more wheel speed to do so. Thick mud in 2wd + reverse = not happening. Lug spacing is just too tight for this. Several times I tried to back-up w/o flipping into 4 and the only direction it went was down. I went to 4, walked up & out though. - IMO as long as you have enough wheel speed they will go wherever the others will, but not as quickly/easily.

Trails/hardpack - No matter what speed, they feel very smooth/stable & hook-up better than the a fore mentioned mud tires. Seemed to climb a tad better as well, likely due to the smoother tread contact.


Overall I would consider these a true "all-terrain" tire. Not necessarily the best at any one thing, but good all-around. - They will likely end-up on my honduh, as I'd like to put the t-cat on the OL2's to optimize it more in the mud.
11-08-2011 02:22 PM
JPs300 yep. Gotta wait till they get their next shipment in in December though, and one won't hold air for more than 2-3hrs.
11-08-2011 02:16 PM
Col_Sanders That sucks about having to pay for shipping but at least they are giving you new tires.
11-07-2011 02:25 PM
JPs300 Just got a return email from Casey, after sending in the requested pics. They are going to warranty the tires 100%, but they won't have any new ones to send me till Dec 10th(I can keep these until then), and I have to pay the return freight. - Not overly happy about that since the defect is not my fault, but I'll deal with it.
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