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Old 05-25-2013, 12:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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best tires for a 300 honda 4x4

I am looking to upgrade my tires on my honda 300. I want something aggressive for the mud holes but no overly luggy.
what size should I go with also?

tks for any advice!
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26" Zilla would be a great tire, could even got to a 27 or 28 as well, but then would need the bracket lift. 26 would work fine with no lift
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27 Zilla is a winner for the little 300. Adds ground clearance and bite and is about all the little motor can handle when under a load.

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Dirt Devils work pretty well in the mud. Haven't got stuck with them yet. And they aren't superluggy. They have about 1inch lugs.
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I got 25" bearclaws on mine they do pretty good but I wanna get some zillas in the future
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Maybe Vamps might work? They are pretty light. My 27x12-12 weigh 29lbs I think. And they float the rear end!
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