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Well I think I got the Rip saws sold, taking a small loss. I learned a lesson though. Have to meet up with a buyer but were splitting the driving miles. I'm getting enough that I'll be able to get the correct tires at no more cost. So far I've got mud bugs, zillas, mud lights and bear claws on the list. Drive in very little mud, mostly desert sand and rocky trails and Forest service roads, no pavement. Any other reccomadations for my kind of riding? Thanks for all the input and info.
 

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Well I think I got the Rip saws sold, taking a small loss. I learned a lesson though. Have to meet up with a buyer but were splitting the driving miles. I'm getting enough that I'll be able to get the correct tires at no more cost. So far I've got mud bugs, zillas, mud lights and bear claws on the list. Drive in very little mud, mostly desert sand and rocky trails and Forest service roads, no pavement. Any other reccomadations for my kind of riding? Thanks for all the input and info.
I know i'll get some smack from saying this ( waits )..but personally ?..I love the mudlite AT's !.
 

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Oh...... Here we go a again ..... Haha!

Welcome back shady!
 

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Well I think I got the Rip saws sold, taking a small loss. I learned a lesson though. Have to meet up with a buyer but were splitting the driving miles. I'm getting enough that I'll be able to get the correct tires at no more cost. So far I've got mud bugs, zillas, mud lights and bear claws on the list. Drive in very little mud, mostly desert sand and rocky trails and Forest service roads, no pavement. Any other reccomadations for my kind of riding? Thanks for all the input and info.



I run maxxis bighorns 26" and I like them for my riding conditions, similar to your riding here, beach sand instead of desert sand....
 

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lol..thanks 4 the wb !. you know me..i hate to enter a tire thread..not worth the drama..lol.
Maybe . . . . . . you bring 'the drama' with you ? :icon_ rasta::laugh:
noooooooo..i just have to sit here and read stupid commits !..lol. all good bro..we all like what we like, to each their own..right ? :).
 

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Do I have to run 2 different tires sizes (stock) on my 350 or can I go to the same size front and rear? Is it geared the same front and rear?

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Trail Rider
 

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Do I have to run 2 different tires sizes (stock) on my 350 or can I go to the same size front and rear? Is it geared the same front and rear?

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Trail Rider
Yours is a 2006 Rancher 350 4x4, correct?

It's helpful to include full model details when asking, better yet put it in your signature so others can always see it.
 
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