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    More aggressive tires?

    Would like to find some more aggressive tires. Better for mud, more aggressive look. Anybody have recommendations. Is it ok to but 32’s on?

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    I just put 32" Blackwater evos on mine. They are definitely more aggressive, which looks and performs better in my opinion. Mine only measure out to 30.5" tall as mounted, so not far off from what the XX was originally clutched for.
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    I put a set of EFX Motoclaw 31x10x15 tires on mine. They seem to be a real nice tire so far.

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    We usually swap back and forth between our Warrior RT's for rocks and trails around here and our Terminators or Assassinators for the super muddy stuff. My boss had the Assassinators on last weekend for some mud holes and they were awesome.

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    I'm running 32" ITP Cryptids. Plenty of clearance full turn each side. Will be putting them to the test in a week. Hopefully my (old style) axles & clutch hold up!

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    their you go Bones150 ,is that aggressive enough

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    Have you ran those tires yet

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    We put the evos thru about 6 hrs of testing today. Wow, I'm super happy with them. What surprised me the most was how good they climb rocks. Wet, muddy, slick ass rock faces and outcroppings. I never expected that! My son almost begged me to not try climbing the worst looking one of them. I told him I was just gonna nose up to it and see how it looks. Well, it was easy.. I mean EASY. That sold me. The only downside I found was those big lugs vibrate at speed on hard pack, kinda feels like you're in 4wd even when you're not. I can live with that. They're rough when it's smooth, but smooth when it's rough! I didn't notice a loss of power but did notice they don't spin near as much taking off. They bite and the XX lunges forward.
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    looks like you need a set of A J's flares.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamacat 12 View Post
    looks like you need a set of A J's flares.
    Man, why's everyone keep saying that? Haha..
    I've looked at em, and even considered them. My concern is, well I guess I'm hard on things. Not trying to be, but we climb. Always banging in & out of ruts or up against rocks. I'm already getn scratched up pretty good, deep scrapes & gouges in my skid plate and this morning I noticed a tear in my rocker panel. I'm afraid the flares wouldn't last long for me. I need to check some out on a buggy in person.. Really need to spring for the full skid with side protection pretty soon.
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    Thanks guys. Looking for more aggressive but still a good tire for trail riding too.

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    My group is going out this weekend. Finally get to test the Cryptids out in the mud/trails. Can't wait.
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    Suspension lifted 4"
    Venom secondary spring

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    150 miles on 32" bfg km3's. We did some crawling @ sunflower mine loop. I wasn't super impressed but I was running 15psi. Too early to tell. Down the highway at 65 smooth as glass.
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    Cryptids did good this weekend. I'm very impressed.

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    2018 Wildcat XX green/black

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    Warn VRX 45-S winch
    HMF Titan QS Blackout exhaust
    Custom roof
    Speedwerx steering bushing
    Custom winch mount
    Speedwerx alternator delete kit
    Custom tow ring
    Suspension lifted 4"
    Venom secondary spring

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    kycathead ; i'm running the trail armour skids ,rock sliders,and ajs flairs .all are still in good shape,(so far lol) hoping to go to royal blue next month.
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