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Best place to buy 23x10x12 tires for old wolverine

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Looking to get some tires for my old quad, but the tires are getting rarer.  Paying near 100 for tires seems a lot when that is what I just paid for tires for my car and i only ride four or five times a year :)

 

Anyone have any leads on good used or closeouts in 23x10/12 and 23x8/12?

 

Additionally, what other sizes can I run that might be easier to find and not muck with the 4x4?

 

Thanks,

 

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I would check ebay  and craigslist for used or maybe look for a set of 25" rims and upgrade your tires to something like:

This amazon listing shows 25" for the wolverine. 

yamaha wolverine atv tires

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