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maxxis irazrs vs holshot hds

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for my predator i need 20x11x10 inch tires

i ride mostly trails and some mud but i dont need mudlites lol i have them on my king quad

and i like to hammer tracks ocasion and recently rode in a sand pit that was sick!

but im looking for a great all around tires that will be good in the woods/trails and not clean out my wallet

im thinking the i razrs i read good reviews on them or holshot hds cause all my friends have them and love em

what do you guys think thanks

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I have the Holeshot GNCC's, which are a heavy 6 ply tire like the HD. I love them, they are tough as nails, and hook up like no other. I have run the Razr in the past, and while it was a decent tire, they wore out too fast. I have a set of Razr 2's as well, I like them too, but they don't bite like the GNCC's do.

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The GNCC has a wider spaced and taller lug than the Razr 2, which would make it better in snow that hasn't been packed down to a hard surface, don't know which would be better on hard packed snow. I don't think the GNCC is available in an 11" wide size, when I ordered mine, they only had 10" wide tires, you can get the Razrs in the 11" width. If you wan't a ton of bite, and ride in alot of slippery, muddy trails, then the GNCC is the way to go IMO, but the Razr 2 may be a better all around tire.

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