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Looking for a tire that would be good for trail riding at RAC in PA.

I would like to have the tires already mounted and looking for the best bang for the buck or nothing too aggressive.

Would the stealer be the most cost effective since I wouldnt have to pay for shipping?

I already have a set of maxxis razrs on there already and not too happy with them (plus less than half tread left)

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Looking for a tire that would be good for trail riding at RAC in PA.

I would like to have the tires already mounted and looking for the best bang for the buck or nothing too aggressive.

Would the stealer be the most cost effective since I wouldnt have to pay for shipping?

I already have a set of maxxis razrs on there already and not too happy with them (plus less than half tread left)

Razr2 are the best tires $$ can by !! I run them on My 450R

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Ok the stealer said it would be about 300 for a set of razr2 plus 50 to mount them on my rims. Good price?

The hole shots where 90 a piece

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Stay away from the dealerrships for tires :realmad:Look around on line or local craigslist ( Found a pair of Razr II on rims for 150.00 a few months ago ) and mounting for 50.00 is a ripoff !:yes:

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Now I have a new question. the rear rims on my ex are factory 9x8.0 but physically measure 9x9. the offset measures 5"outside and 4"inside. Ive measured several times in different spots.

Which aftermarket size rim should I use to keep it as close to stock as possible. According to the mudthrowers wheel chart I have 9x9" rims. plus I have a 11" x 9" tire on there now. If so why are my rims marked 9x8.0 and did I measure the offset correctly?

If I go with an ITP t-9 in a 9x9, the closest offset they make is 3x6

If I go with a 9x8" rim the offset is closer at 3x5

The tires on there are Maxxis RAZRs 20" x 11" x 9".

The reason Im asking is RMATVMC is cheaper than the stealers here plus I would like to have an extra set of rims/tires if needed already mounted. AM I looking to much into this? If so please smack me

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  • 3 weeks later...

OK so now before I go buying a set of tires... Yes another lengthy post... I would like to upgrade to 22" rear tires (20" now)

I plan on getting a renthat 14t front sprocket anyways so that would bring me back to almost factory gear ratio?

Should I go with a 13t instead to give it more low end grunt or 14th and what tooth for the rear?

Im learning damnit!

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