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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-30-2011, 07:59 PM Thread Starter
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Sodona Tires?

Will probably have to replace my tires on my '08 Model T at the end of this summer, depending on miles, etc. Came across the Sodona Rip-Saw R/T's. 6 ply and radial design. Anyone know anything about them? They look like they would be really tough and dependable and I love the massive look of them. The price seems to be reasonable, too. Looking on Rocky Mountain ATV/MC's site.
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Hey there I have been look to get some tires for a while now and I just ordered a set of Sedona Ripsaws this morning. From what I hear they last a long time and are a great all-around tire. You cant beat the price either for a radial here is the link to the site I found the best deal. I will post some pics and a review after I get them on!! SEDONA RIP SAW R/T SEDONA RIP SAW R/T Save Now At - $75.95 :!, RIDE - RACE - WIN
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Check out the Pit Bull Growler. Now that is an impressive tire.

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Thanks guys for the input. I'll look at the Pitbulls, also. One concern I do have is the weight of any of the tires. I'm still running my OEM Carlisle 489's which are 3 ply and probably light weight. We have an '08 500 Model T, so I want to be careful that I don't "overload" it with too heavy a tire. I'll keep an eye out for the report on the Rip Saws. I did like the idea that they are made from an offroad truck tire compound. Would probably be an asset up here in the Rockies.
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Just got my Sedona Rip-Saws and was very impressed thusfar. Definitely a lot more beefier than the photos online. They sidewalls are really stiff and seems like they will be very puncture resistant. I mounted them on the stock wheels and the 9" front tire rubbed the tie-rod end. A quick flip of the tie-rod end and a washer behind the wheel provided more than enough clearance without the purchasing of spacers. I will post some pics soon!
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I've recently purchased a set of STI Black Diamond ATR tires.
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The pricing was really good, and If I've done this correctly they can be found here.!, RIDE - RACE - WIN

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Originally Posted by weedy View Post
Check out the Pit Bull Growler. Now that is an impressive tire.
I really liked the Sedona Rip Saw's as well...but I wanted something a little bit bigger than 26"

Here are the Pitbull Growler's I would up purchasing...27.5" front and rear...pictured with the Sedona 14" "Storm" wheels....perfect "combo"

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I got the rip saws in january and love them! Ive put 2000+ miles on then and they just started to show wear. Mudlites and stockers were always goin flat, but i havent had a single prob with these. And i havent been vary nice to them. Heres a pic with my new wheels. Sodona Tires?-uploadfromtaptalk1316202027353.jpg and they even ended up on my b-day cake lol Sodona Tires?-uploadfromtaptalk1316202119202.jpg

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Turbo, you are going to love the ride along with the improved traction. Nice looking combo.
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