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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 08-26-2019, 01:52 PM Thread Starter
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Pro Armor Dagger tires

Hello was just wondering if anyone tried the pro armor dagger mud tires. I seen new sportsman 850 at the dealer with them installed. They look really beefy but heavy, I don't do much mud at all just wondering how they ride on hard pack
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post #2 of 23 (permalink) Old 08-26-2019, 02:02 PM
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How much do they weigh??

They look like a decent tire. Look a lot like the ITP mega mayhem's. Don't look like they would be to bumpy as the treads have some overlap.

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I read in the sportsman parts and accessories catalog that they way roughly 40 pounds more for the rears. They are 27" inches as well I just don't want to dumb down the power right now it lifts the tire nicely, and your right the tread doesn't look like it will right real choppy
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Fronts weigh 36lbs and rears 40lbs. Definitely heavier than the mayhems but the tread pattern is similar. 8 ply, so good puncture resistance for trails. If they ride like the mayhems then they will be good on trails, even hard pack. But you’ll notice a performance decrease with the weight and height.

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Yeah I figure it would be noticeable difference, it would take a lot to get stuck tho
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At those weights you'll sure feel it!!! Def need a clutch kit with those!!!
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2011 Sportsman® 800 EFI
GURU front brush guard
GURU rear brush guard
Polaris front lock n ride cargo box
Polaris rear rack extender
Warn RT 3.0 winch w/amsteel synthetic line
Viper aluminum haus fairlead
Polaris front spring adjusters
Ricochet a-arm guards
Ricochet full frame skid plate
ITP T-7 beadlock 14" w/OMF inner rim guards
Maxxis big horn 2.0 26x9 front
Maxxis big horn 2.0 26x11 rear
QSC clutch kit
EPI HD springs front n rear
ODI rogue 130mm grips
Ultraseal commercial grade tire sealant (front)
Highlifter tire sealant (rear)
CTEK 3300 battery maintainer
added 7 zerks
beefed up wiring harness
OGIO rear bag
ROTOPAX 1gal. + 2gal. gasoline can
Jccapri bushing kit
Kolpin Over Fenders
Rigid Industries E-Series 10" flood
Walker Evans struts
NGK Iridium's (2,500 miles on Champion's and they looked great!)
Odyssey Extreme battery PC545

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2019 Aluma® A8818
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I may have go with something else, I like the attacks they seem more realistic. I have a polaris credit to spend I figured tires would be the best bang for the buck
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Hello was just wondering if anyone tried the pro armor dagger mud tires. I seen new sportsman 850 at the dealer with them installed. They look really beefy but heavy, I don't do much mud at all just wondering how they ride on hard pack
Why would you even look at a mud tire if you don't do much mud??
The weight will be VERY noticeable.
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Long tread wear lol
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Long tread wear lol
You won't get it with mud style tires. There's much less actual surface area of tread on the ground. They will wear much faster than a closer tread pattern and be rough on hard ground to boot.
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