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My 400ex is about due for new rear tires, but i dont know what kind would be the best for it. Most of my riding is out in the desert, mostly loose dirt and rocks. Iv been looking at all different kinds of tires but just dont know what ones would work out the best..Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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I wish I could comment, but I'm on a utility and in the Northeast..:biggrin: I'm sure you will get some repsonses though!

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I use the CST ambush tires on my 450r, they hook up better then the stockers in loose dirt for sure but i still feel like they could hook up more so i wouldn't recommend them if you want tons of traction in soft dirt and rocks, it would seem like the razr 2 or GBC x-rex would be best for that. But the ambush's have great wear and they should last a long time, plus they are fairly cheap.

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