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SunLrider

best (and cheapest) tire for my needs

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i need some new tires. i ride a little grass, fields, hard-medium packed trails, gravel, street, sand and mud. i wouldnt worry about the sand and mud because of my current tires. just wondering what brand, size and price, would be best for my needs.

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Razors are the best tire I have ever ran. He was looking for the best tire on a budget. I would have to say that Kenda's GNCC style tire is the best "cheap" tire.

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i was going to buy a whole new rim and everything so it doesnt really matter rim wise. just some cheap doglas rims

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Do you want polished rims or black, There are other brands just as good as Douglas but cheaper. I would recommend some ITPs.

For the Rear.

Dirt Bike Parts, ATV parts and Motocross Gear Online - MotoSport

For the front

Dirt Bike Parts, ATV parts and Motocross Gear Online - MotoSport

The prices listed are for 2 tires mounted.

That would be about 350 bucks for 4 tires and rims. Free shipping

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I might be skipping the price catagory, but he ITP Holeshots are great all round tires.

I concur!!!! I have a Set of them(Just Rear) On 9s with a 110 Bolt pattern......Great for just about every Terrain:yes:

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KEWL!!!! I know my Buddy put the Bear Claws on his Zuki 400 and it totally Bogged it down.....Like I said....I have the Holeshots on my Trike.....Ive had them on the Trails but most of my riding is in the Sand and they do great on Both....My sone has the MX RAZRs on his TRX90 and they do great on the Track.....The fronts do Great on the Sand but He runs the Skat Trak paddles on the Rear......:yes:

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I agree with Bot, for the "cheap" but good tire, Kenda Klaw's are it...one of our buddies that races harescrambles swears by them...

We run ITP's all around...this year I had the GNCC's in the front and HD's in the back, Nick had GNCC's all the way around...he had Razr2's at the beginning of the season and couldn't get them to hold air so now they're a back up tire....

We're in the process of getting sponsorship for new tires with ITP for next season :) :)

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This is a review I found.

We have now been running the Kenda tires on project Raptor for about three months. We have primarily been running the Klaws and have completed two desert races on them. The only failure has been one right front tire where we tore a sidewall. It would be nice to have a 6-ply sidewall available in the front but it is hard to put all the blame on Kenda, since the sidewall was torn when we crashed and flipped the Raptor over backward into a desert gully. The wear has been excellent and the tires are still in very good condition. We have been very happy with the Kenda tires on Project Raptor. It appears Kenda has done their homework and has a tire that can compete with some of the longer standing tires like ITP and Maxxis. Make sure to look closely at the Kenda brand when you are ready for your next set of tires.

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