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I have been riding for years and actually have had my Fourtrax since I was in 3rd grade (no joke). This still has its stock rims and tires on it !! I am looking to getting new rims/tires. Dont really need anything fancy or crazy $$ but right now the tires go flat when it sits for a little bit, not to mention they are all dry-rotted too (oh and a couple of em have more than one plug in there). Rims arent too bad but a few bends here and there so wouldnt be a bad idea to get new ones there either. Keep in mind this is totally stock so nothing it will have trouble turning. I just do light trail riding but even more I do utility stuff around the house with it. Thanks guys !!
 

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I have been riding for years and actually have had my Fourtrax since I was in 3rd grade (no joke). This still has its stock rims and tires on it !! I am looking to getting new rims/tires. Dont really need anything fancy or crazy $$ but right now the tires go flat when it sits for a little bit, not to mention they are all dry-rotted too (oh and a couple of em have more than one plug in there). Rims arent too bad but a few bends here and there so wouldnt be a bad idea to get new ones there either. Keep in mind this is totally stock so nothing it will have trouble turning. I just do light trail riding but even more I do utility stuff around the house with it. Thanks guys !!
i have a trx '89 350d foreman..all stock..the tires on mine..i just baught..are mudlites 24x9x11's 6-ply..they are great for trails..i love them !..as for your rims..good luck on getting new ones..they are hard to find..with alittle bending with some vise-grips..the lip on them will straighten out..these rims have a special off-set..they are not a common atv rim..but..maybe you can find some ?..who knows ?..i can tell you this..if your bike is anything like mine..which i'm sure it is..you shouldn't go with anything bigger than stock tires and rims..i say this..because the rear tires that is on it now..barely leave you clearance to the rear mud flap..if you look at your rear tire now..you will see what i'm talking about...anyway..the mudlites are a great choice..the 6-ply really are nice if you ride around some nasty places..lol.
 

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Yeah, the Mudlites are good tires.
 
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