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I found tires on a web site called Discount tire shoppe has any one bought from them. I found tires on there site i would like to buy but i can't find what they charge for shipping. But I found a tires for $215.96 for all four and they are Kenda K299 bear claw 6-ply. And i found a set Deestone d-933 also 6-ply and they are all four for $240.85 that is shipped to my house. But I like the Bear claw better but if any one can help me and let me know if that company charges for shipping.
 

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i found the bear claw tires on moter cycle super store and they have free shipping on orders over 75 dollars. So any info on these tires would be great.
 

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Kenda makes a great product. They don't get the respect that ITP and Maxxis get but they are just as good. The Bear Claw is a great tire.
 

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I agree ^^^ I have Kenda Claws on the front of my quad they handle pretty good.
 

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Yeah, I like the Bear Claw pretty good, too. I like the looks of them real well.
 

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hay guys thanks for the info. And i was wondering if any of u guys have mounted ur own tires and if so do u have any trick for doing it.
 

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If you don't have an ATV tire changer, I wouldn't attempt it. I've done it a few times, but it's usually hard to break them down. It's more trouble than it's worth. You'd be better off taking them somewhere that can change ATV tires. I've only changed tires on the utility models with the steel wheels. I don't know if the aluminum sport wheels would be any easier or not. I doubt it. If you have access to a dozer or a loader, you can sit the blade or bucket or forks down on the tire against the edge of the rim and break them down easy. That's the best way I've found without using a tire changer.
 

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a trick for changing tires that we use is take a sturdy board, lay it on one side of the tire off of the rim, and back a truck/heavy car onto the board, that should break the beed
 

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well i got four new Bear claws come next week and i found them for cheaper i got all four for 203.80 shipped. I will post pics of before and after when i get them.
 

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That's a great price on a great tire.
 

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Nice! I have Kenda front max on the front of mine and I like them so far. I got Carlisle Trail Wolfs on the back and I also like them. I think you'll be happy with the tires you got.
 
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