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agricultural tires?


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Im looking to buy the itp ag tire kit. the tire has 2'' lugs and the dimensions are 27/7/14, i was wondering if that kit would be good fo the deep gumbo mud. i would thing that it would because its thin and would sink to the bottom then grab.

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well i have some pretty good mud tires now its just i have a 350 and most of the top brand name mud tires like vampires, mud machines ect... there to wide and it tskes a lot of power to spin them when there in nasty gumbo, the agricultural tires are thin but still have some very nice tread to get me through it.

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wat brand atv do u have? the agricultural tires are good but those lugs are close to each other and they will probably get all gunked up with mud even though they are 2 inches deep. the outlaws are great tires but then again u said u had a 350 and u probably will loose power especially in the mud and u probably wont go anywhere. u could get the "zilla" tires which have close to the same lug pattern as the mudzillas but they are not as heavy and they still get u through the mud. and they come in smaller sizes.

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If u can try to get wide tires like 9 inchs in the front and 11 in the back because it will allow u to have more stability and when u get into the mud u have a wider set of teeth to sink into the mud.. Are u planning to get anything for the engine like a clutch kit or k&n power kit? If u want to know anything else I will try to answer it to the best of my ability...

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i already have installed a clutch kit for it and now that i got it in propperly it helps a buch it no longer bogs down in deep mud wit 26'' stock polaris sportsman tires. but i don't have a k and n power kit my dad doesnt think an air filter or rejetting will make a difference i bought the clutch kit my self

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i already have installed a clutch kit for it and now that i got it in propperly it helps a buch it no longer bogs down in deep mud wit 26'' stock polaris sportsman tires. but i don't have a k and n power kit my dad doesnt think an air filter or rejetting will make a difference i bought the clutch kit my self

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well i like to mud the most but i also trail ride. but in sense that i have a clutch kit do u think i can ride some outlaws cause wit that clutch kit it seems like i have a low range on my atv. and i probably get a k&n air filter and pre filter that will help out somemore.

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