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Only got 50 miles on the cat so far but from what everybody sez about the stock tires, think I'll just swap them out now. What's everyone like for steep mountain rocky trails ?
 

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I run Bighorns. Love them. One sidewall puncture and a flat in 500 miles of rock. Also run ITP T-7 beadlockers. Quite a few peeps are happy with the Pit Bull lineup...I have never had them but 8 ply is nice...except for the weight.
 

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I have a set of sedonna rip-saw on my rzr-s and they are awesome on rocks.
 

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That's good to hear! I just bought a set, but since I haven't mounted them yet I didn't want to make a recommendation without first hand knowledge.
 

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Air is the best way but i have been known to do it with out it. When u are miles for the camp you got to do what you can. IMG_20100904_112108.jpg IMG_20100904_112558.jpg
 

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Thats my back. Haha 1871.jpg 1880.jpg -----foam-------. I have over a 100 miles on them with no valve stem in it them. They are life savers.
 

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Nope. I have a family member that runs a foam plant. We tried about 18 different kinds of foam and tested them before we found one that work. I don't like have a flat when i am enjoy the trails. It makes a good day go bad.
 

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$90 for 8 in. $100 for 10 in. 759.jpg
 

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GBC Grim Reapers, 4000 on them on a Thundercat and are 75%, never a puncture. great traction on rocks, work well on dirt and sand also

Call Discount Tires.
 

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Pitbulls:cool:
 
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