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PostSubject: new tires    new tires  Icon_minitimeJuly 9th 2014, 11:52 am

so i have 200 dollars and i need new tiers front and rear the front one are old and dry rotted and the rear ones are only 4 month old but they arnt 20 inches tall only 18 and they don't work in mud that good so i need a rear tires that can do good in mud, grass, trails , pavement and the treads wont brake off so im up too any suggestions please show pics of the tire as long each tires is less than 75 dollars thanks i need it to fit a 8 inch rim and smaller than 23 inches tall
this is what my old tires look like i dont like them
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PostSubject: Re: new tires    new tires  Icon_minitimeJuly 9th 2014, 12:01 pm

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PostSubject: Re: new tires    new tires  Icon_minitimeJuly 9th 2014, 12:03 pm

the only prob is they dont go on a 8 inch rim ]
i need it to fit a 8 inch rim and smaller than 23 inches tall
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PostSubject: Re: new tires    new tires  Icon_minitimeJuly 9th 2014, 12:26 pm

Just get regular Carlisle Ag tires.  I tried them against my old chinese four-wheeler tires.  They are ALOT better.  They are all around good tires.  They are made of a stiff rubber and you can run almost 0 psi in them.  If you put them on a skinny rim you can probably run about 0 psi and you won't have to worry about slippage problems.

Mine are 20x10-8 and I have them on 6.50-8 rims.
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PostSubject: Re: new tires    new tires  Icon_minitimeJuly 9th 2014, 12:29 pm

kawasaki220 wrote:
the only prob is they dont go on a 8 inch rim ]
i need it to fit a 8 inch rim and smaller than 23 inches tall

They are both for a 8 inch rim and under 23"
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PostSubject: Re: new tires    new tires  Icon_minitimeJuly 9th 2014, 12:37 pm

Oh I forgot to type this above.

For the front.  You should get 15x5-6 carlisle snow-hogs.  They are really good steering tires.  As long as you have them going at least 5 mph they will self clean.  I would take them over other front tires.  If you want to get new rims as well I'd get the 16x6.5-8 carlisle snow-hogs, again awesome steering tires.
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PostSubject: Re: new tires    new tires  Icon_minitimeJuly 9th 2014, 12:39 pm

do you have a pic of these snow hogs and a link of where i can get them
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PostSubject: Re: new tires    new tires  Icon_minitimeJuly 9th 2014, 12:41 pm

i was maybe thinking about bear claws are those anygood ive seen redneckcomputergeak use them but i want to get stuck some times or theres no fun
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PostSubject: Re: new tires    new tires  Icon_minitimeJuly 9th 2014, 1:04 pm

Check out my build thread for my build-off rally, there you can see my tires.  Also, I wouldn't get bear-claws on an FNR that is just recipe for disaster! Do ya get my drift???
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PostSubject: Re: new tires    new tires  Icon_minitimeJuly 9th 2014, 4:59 pm

i found this for 49.99 but are they good for everything i wanted them to do
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