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Whats a good replacement tire to put on my 500 Foreman....Was thinking about Mud Bug.........any thoughts


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be careful with mud tires. If you do any other kind of riding other than mud, the ride will be a rough one...

What kind of riding are you doing?
 

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be careful with mud tires. If you do any other kind of riding other than mud, the ride will be a rough one...

What kind of riding are you doing?
I agree with Red. That's why I don't buy aggressive mud tires.
 

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I haven't used Mudbugs, but for a few dollars less Kenda Bearclaws are about the same as far as aggressive-ness goes. They're 6-ply so they're durable as well. I took my Rancher mud bogging yesterday and never even put it in 4wd.
 

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I haven't used Mudbugs, but for a few dollars less Kenda Bearclaws are about the same as far as aggressive-ness goes. They're 6-ply so they're durable as well. I took my Rancher mud bogging yesterday and never even put it in 4wd.
Yeah, I've used the Bear Claws, too and I liked them pretty good.
 

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If you are going to do a lot of mud riding, I've noticed the kenda executioner tires to be pretty good. My buddy has them all the way around on his kingquad 450, and they work really good. They are kind of heavy but that should be nothing for a foreman. They also hav a rim guard, and are in the 60 dollar range through rockymountainatv.
 

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ITP Mud lites are good, so are Maxxis zillas, GBC dirt devils, also AMS swamp foxs do alright aswell. The zillas are what I run now and if you ride below 5 mph on hard pack its rough but above they smooth out but work great in the mud
 
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