I voted outlaws cause you stated mud only!!. I would think the silver backs would trail a little better based on what i read ONLY.I have never tried a set of Silver backs so i cant truly say but every where on the net that you read about them people say they dig a little more then the outlaws. If they dig then that means they climb and my experience with the outlaws say they suck at climbing anything slick. If i was planning on trail riding and mud riding then the Silver backs would be the one i looked at. Again i will state that i have never ridden with or on a set of silver backs so my opinion is not fact.
But what is fact is that i have seen a set of outlaws get stuck trying to cross a wet downed tree that a set of mud lites just crawled right over with no problem.I also seen(same day) the same outlaws not make it up a slick creek bank that the mudlites just cruised right up.I mean it was so bad that we had to give the guy with the 27 laws time to find a better way out because he could not make it up. The guy with the 26 mud lites was driving up and down the bank laughing at him. This is the truth. (We all know it would be the other way around in a nasty mud hole)
Yeah sometimes the laws have there setbacks... Speaking of backs... I've had the itch a time or 2 to get a set of 27's or something and run them on the brute, just to see how they perform on the whole...
Honestly, he's just given me way to much stuff in my lifetime so far and this is my chance to give him something I KNOW he'll love. He likes riding as much as I do! He's the one who got me into riding when i was a kid. We've had lots of good times together.
i guess its all in what mud your in...for me the digging is an advantage because i can get to the thicker stuff underneath and go places...since i've put the gear reduction in and have real good torque I wouldnt trade these tires for nuthin...even if i break everything on my bike lol
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