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what is your favorite atv tire or tires?

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I have no experience since I'm relatively new....

But, the advice I was given was to replace the stock

Dunnies on the Brute Force with ITP TerraCross...

So far, really only stuck twice, and once was driver

error....forgot to put into 4-WD going up a snowy

hill...BLEH!

Tom D

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I LOVE ITP'SSSSS for riding trails...my husband's Maxxis Razr 2's don't hold up as well as my Holeshot HD's or the GNCC's......for mx/sx I run the Maxxis razr mx's in the back....fronts are always ITP GNCC's

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I have no experience since I'm relatively new....

But, the advice I was given was to replace the stock

Dunnies on the Brute Force with ITP TerraCross...

So far, really only stuck twice, and once was driver

error....forgot to put into 4-WD going up a snowy

hill...BLEH!

Tom D

well what were u thinkin?

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I have no experience since I'm relatively new....

But, the advice I was given was to replace the stock

Dunnies on the Brute Force with ITP TerraCross...

So far, really only stuck twice, and once was driver

error....forgot to put into 4-WD going up a snowy

hill...BLEH!

Tom D

BAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAA WHO FORGETS THE 4WD???:laugh::laugh:j/k:biggrin:

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The Terracross is a great tire, that is what we have on our Rhino. Kenda makes a great tire, alot of pros in the GNCC run the Knarley XCT. For the price you can't go wrong. I really want to get some sort of GNCC style tire. I really need a 6 ply tire. I'm pushing the stock dunlops for now.

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have ITP's holeshot xct on one quad and have had no problems with it but just ordered some mudlites for the other quad.. but are sport 4x4's

Chris

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The Terracross is a great tire, that is what we have on our Rhino. Kenda makes a great tire, alot of pros in the GNCC run the Knarley XCT. For the price you can't go wrong. I really want to get some sort of GNCC style tire. I really need a 6 ply tire. I'm pushing the stock dunlops for now.

one of our friends that race harescrambles with us run the knarly tires. we, my husband and I, just recieved a rider support package from Kenda so we'll probably start running their tires this year:biggrin::laugh::rolleyes:

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It is a sponsorship of sorts. They don't fully sponsor you but they give you freebies and fun stuff like that. Kenda might give them a new set of tires for every race.

If I'm wrong correct me please. That is how it worked when I raced on 2 wheels.

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i like the holeshots too, actually ordered Holeshot HD's but when they came i realized they dont make the right size so i went with the mud lights which should be here tomorrow or monday::biggrin:

Chris

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