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Nothing special, just got some new tires.. The ones that were on it when I bought it a few weeks ago were worn out and 2 of them had holes in the sidewalls..

So I ordered new tires and got them on and just wanted to share :D

 

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Are they innova mud gears? Look very similar.. If yes, there a great tyre IMO :)
 

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tires really depend on the soil conditions where you live , down here in the south I see clay , sand , humus and no rocks , I like ITP MudLites for a moderate tire and Outlaws and Mudzilla for an aggressive tire

I like your rims , have a set on my atv
 

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I'm actually not sure about the brand name, I know in the description it said mud something haha.. I am newb trying to learn lol..

Here in KY (in my area anyway) there is a lot of dirt and rock.. I like these rims too, traded the factory ones for these.. I need to clean them up, but have no clue what I should use..
 

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I agree, I bought mine at the right price in fairness. As an all rounder on hard pack rocks mud and what have you they seem to be good. A good step up from a bear claw would be the best way of describing them.
I'm considering mega mayhems in 28's, I'm trying to avoid buying 14" wheels for now and I've found some mayhems at a good price for a 12" rim. Damn import duty usually kills costs here, hence having to wait for NOS or a good deal.
 

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the best shine with the least work I found is Mother Polish cream and a Power Ball polishing tool on a drill , you can do it by hand but it will take a lot longer than with the ball

those rims you got might be ITP's , there are a couple of brands had that style , I have a set of Highlifter 8 hole

these are ITP's 4 hole with Mudzilla 26's
 

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the best shine with the least work I found is Mother Polish cream and a Power Ball polishing tool on a drill , you can do it by hand but it will take a lot longer than with the ball

those rims you got might be ITP's , there are a couple of brands had that style , I have a set of Highlifter 8 hole

these are ITP's 4 hole with Mudzilla 26's
Yeah that's exactly what they are..

I'm going to give the Mother Polish a try and see how it goes.. I will post some before and after pics when I do :D
 
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