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post #21 of 1026 (permalink) Old 03-11-2010, 09:33 AM
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14X27 MudTrax
Those look pretty darn good .
How do yoiu like them so far ??
Did you have to bend your sway bar ??
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post #22 of 1026 (permalink) Old 03-11-2010, 09:34 AM
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weight

Anyone no how the weight compares to the mud lites ??
Are they radials also ??
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mounting

Forgot to ask , how hard are these to mount on factory wheels .
Mine are aluminum 2009 .
Can they be installed and taken off by hand ???
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MudTrax

I did bend the swaybar prior to mounting but i dont think it was needed. There may have been enough room. On aphault at low speed they vibe quite a bit at low speed at 5psi. Hardpack a little too but at 15mph it goes away. Well worth the ride for the hookup. Clearance is 13.5 inches at the footrests now. Carcass felt pretty stiff and shipping weight was stated at 52lbs. ITP made them for STI as an in house brand on the MTA website. They are similar to the mudlight XL but the tread is different. Looked better to me.
$317 shipped and even UPS they showed up the next day from ATVOutfitters.

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had them mounted at a tire shop for 20bucks for all four. i would mess with it.
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Bighorns just rock. I just got some 26" ones on my 06 Sportsman and love the look.
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post #28 of 1026 (permalink) Old 03-15-2010, 09:04 PM
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factory wheels

With all these new wheels going on .
Anyone have a set of factory 14" for sale ?
I,d like to have a set of Mudtrax mounted ,
Just figure I,d keep my stockers on there original wheels if possible .
Pm me if you have a set for sale , Thanks
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Testing

Well the MudTaxx tires work well. Made some runs through peanut butter. A gent with zillas the same size couldnt make a hole that i did but another guy with mud lites did. Of course the guy i pulled out twice was on an A/C. The other was on 450 PoPo. Tried another that i buried in. Nobody else tried. Took my truck to pull it out!

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