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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-19-2017, 11:13 AM Thread Starter
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Pit bull Growlers

Anyone run growlers on their 1000?

I don't mind paying the premium price if they are worth it

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Great tire! A buddy has the gb2.5's on his 850 touring which are the lighter 6-ply version. And another buddy has the growlers on his xmr 1000. Great trail tire.

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Great tire! A buddy has the gb2.5's on his 850 touring which are the lighter 6-ply version. And another buddy has the growlers on his xmr 1000. Great trail tire.
Agreed. A bit on the heavy side. I stepped down from those to the GBC Grim Reapers after 1000 miles.

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They are on the heavy side but I bought them to use on the farm. I will say they are tough, I have run them through lots of multi-flora rose and other brush with no flats which is a big plus to me.
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