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I have a 07 rincon,, I want to get new tires... Im thinking about a set of mud lites..... im going to stay stock size... 25/8/12 front and 25/10/12 rear... let me know if this is a good choice..... if not give me other suggestions....... I mainly ride in the back yard, plow, and trail ride... I do a little bit of riding on concrete... How will they wear...... Help please.............
 

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Welcome to the forums, one of tese utility guys will be along shortly that can help you out.
 

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I have a 07 rincon,, I want to get new tires... Im thinking about a set of mud lites..... im going to stay stock size... 25/8/12 front and 25/10/12 rear... let me know if this is a good choice..... if not give me other suggestions....... I mainly ride in the back yard, plow, and trail ride... I do a little bit of riding on concrete... How will they wear...... Help please.............
I run mudlites. They are good tires and they are 6-ply. They last pretty good on asphalt, for an ATV tire. For what you want them for, they should do good. They are good on trails and aren't bad in mud.
 

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Awesome tire, very predictable handling and work great for trails, plowing snow, rocks (6 ply)and mud!
 

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Thanks.... does it matter what ones.. they have the xl and at and something else....
I have just seen the AT and XL. I think AT is all terrain and XL is extended lug. I run the AT. I've never tried the XL, but everyone that I know that has tried the XL, said they would get the AT from now on. I can't remember why they said that, but they didn't seem to like the XL. Maybe the XL rode rougher or something.
 

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ITP Mud Lite AT! I believe its lighter in weight and probaly a better overall trail tire than the XL and other ITP models.
 

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Thanks.... does it matter what ones.. they have the xl and at and something else....
I have just seen the AT and XL. I think AT is all terrain and XL is extended lug. I run the AT. I've never tried the XL, but everyone that I know that has tried the XL, said they would get the AT from now on. I can't remember why they said that, but they didn't seem to like the XL. Maybe the XL rode rougher or something.
the reson they want the AT is the smother tire xl is like the 2 and a 1/4 lug if i can remeber right i used to work on four wheelers at the kitty cat deal
 
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