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Looking to buy front/rear tires, but don't know what direction to go. I like to get a more agressive tire like mudlites, but don't know how far from stock sizes to go. Stock rimes are 22x7 front and stock 22x10 rear. Give me some some thoughts. I like to trail ride more than mx style riding. Trail riding mostly with waterways,mud pits,small rock-rough terrain. Post pics if you have something like I'm describing. Thanks Guys
 

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I wouldn't run those type of tires on a 250x.If you want traction get some maxis razr 2's.
 

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Yea, I'm just putting the feelers out there to see what I can run. Experience from others is the best advice. Thanks Billy.
 

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Yep no problem.
 

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I have had great luck with my Razrs they worked great in the snow and now I have been testing the mud and they work very well in it to. I run 20x11 and the width of the tire keeps it from sinking down in the mud to bad. I dont have any really good pics of the tires but here you go.
 

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on a smaller cc sport quad u dont want to go to aggresive. its hard on clutches, bearings, chains and sprockets. also the added weight will rob power. i run artrax tires on my quads and u cant beat them for the price.
you can get them from motosport.com


 

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I run the Maxxis Razrs also and I think they are an awesome tire.
 

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if you do a lot of woods riding, check into the Dunlop kt-165. all i do is trail ride and they work great in any condition. all the articles that i have read on the net say that this is there top pic for the woods. i have tried all types of tires from mudlite to holeshot and i am the happiest with these. they will dig. i run the 20x10 with a 13 tooth front and 36 rear sprocket, works well.
 
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