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Just put Mud Lite 26 X 9 on front and 26 X 12 on rear. Lose a bit of power but where great in mud, just went on first trip. Wife had 25" swamp lites on stock wheels and handle very well with no loss in power.
 

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If your not an extreme mudder the mudlite xl is a very good tire. If you are an extreme mudder the outlaws are a good choice.
 

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I agree. For extreme mudding, you'll want something a little more aggressive than Mudlites. Mudlites are a good trail tire or for light to moderate mud.
 

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i went with the itp mudlite 3/4 lugs...then again..i didn't plan on doing some deep mud !..lol..they do really well on pavement as well as trail..and really love the 6-ply rating.
 

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i went with the itp mudlite 3/4 lugs...then again..i didn't plan on doing some deep mud !..lol..they do really well on pavement as well as trail..and really love the 6-ply rating.
Yeah, I run those too. They're good trail tires and they're not too bad in mud, but they're not for that "up to the seat" mud. LOL. They have a good smooth ride and they wear pretty good and the 6-ply will keep you from having a lot of flats. I don't think I would ever go back to less than a 6-ply, especially on a 4X4.
 

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i went with the itp mudlite 3/4 lugs...then again..i didn't plan on doing some deep mud !..lol..they do really well on pavement as well as trail..and really love the 6-ply rating.
Yeah, I run those too. They're good trail tires and they're not too bad in mud, but they're not for that "up to the seat" mud. LOL. They have a good smooth ride and they wear pretty good and the 6-ply will keep you from having a lot of flats. I don't think I would ever go back to less than a 6-ply, especially on a 4X4.
yeah..so far thier really good tires..and nooooo..i'm not after that '' up to your seat and arse in mud '' place..i'm all for light mud..and trail ridding..plus i got a good deal on all 4 tires..$ 225.00 for all of them..i think i got a great deal...oh..it helps when you got inside dealer connections..lol.
 

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Ya up to your seat mud is not what I am hoping for, the mud we encountered the tires worked great and where good in the snow and hard pack. Agreed that there are more aggressive tires out there but was trying to keep the weight down.
 

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Ya up to your seat mud is not what I am hoping for, the mud we encountered the tires worked great and where good in the snow and hard pack. Agreed that there are more aggressive tires out there but was trying to keep the weight down.
Then I would say the Mudlite xl's would be a good choice for what your riding.
They are pretty light weight.
 

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Yeah, the Mudlites are a light tire.
 

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Your welcome. There are some other good tires out there but depending on what you ride on i.e trails and mud or just mud you could use a different tire.
 

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I have used mud lights and they work great, but went with zillas they mud better and are a couple pounds lighter. They have held up just as good as the mud lights
 
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