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1995 Yamaha Warrior better tires for the snow

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have a 95 warrior and was just rippin it in the snow and i wasnt getting very far with my itp holeshots, any suggestions?? looking for a tire rim combo not 2 expensive unless its a last resort

thanks

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You want them specifically for snow riding? Put some chains on there..

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Paddles are the best way to go for deep snow IMO. If you are riding on hard packed snow, the best thing to do is take an old set of tires, drill small holes and put bolts through them. Make sure to use lock nuts and put washers on both sides. Then put some tire slime inside and ride around to help seal them up.

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Paddles are the best way to go for deep snow IMO. If you are riding on hard packed snow, the best thing to do is take an old set of tires, drill small holes and put bolts through them. Make sure to use lock nuts and put washers on both sides. Then put some tire slime inside and ride around to help seal them up.

That's a good idea and a nice way to stud your own tires!!!

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i found out that if just in snow use sand paddle tires, works great for pulling the kids on sleds and also throws alot of snow on them.

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have a 95 warrior and was just rippin it in the snow and i wasnt getting very far with my itp holeshots, any suggestions?? looking for a tire rim combo not 2 expensive unless its a last resort

thanks

go with four snows there cheaper but i peferr pro wedges #2 on duglouas blue lable.

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