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Unread 08-13-2012, 12:01 AM   #1
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hey guys new here. just bought my first cart. cc prec. i strictly will be using it for hunting, no mud riding or pavement. just to get me to and from my stand. around farm fields and some hills. just curious if i should go with an all terrain or a mud tire. and how each tire effects the cart. the cart is lifted 6 inch.
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Unread 08-13-2012, 02:01 AM   #2
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i would get the tire with the higher ply rating. i would go 4 and above because you don't want to get way out there and het a flat
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they are 4 ply mojave all terrain
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i would say that those are pretty good. is the terrain all dirt? sticks?
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mostly farm fields and hardwood bottoms. no swamps or nothing like that.
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i those will be good. just carry around a tire repair kit. but sense there 4 ply they should be fine.
hope i helped. let me know if you can't decide between 2 tires.
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Either way you go, make sure there is a decent space between all of the treads. Personally, I wouldn't go less than a 1-2 inch space between them.

You said you're going through farm fields and from personal experience, when they get wet; they get muddy fast!

If you have narrow treads on the tire, the mud will pack into the treads instead of being thrown out of them and will create a "slick" tire.

Once that happens you're not going to get any traction from it what so ever, and unless you're real lucky you will either be walking home or will have to be pulled out of the field by the farmer's tractor.

I've seen it happen way too many times during hunting season around here.

I hope this helps with your decision,
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thanks guys. i shouldnt have to cross too many fields, mostly driving the edges. when i get it in i will check the tread width.
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if you aren't driving in mud then those will be good tires. like you said farm fields and hard pack
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look at redriderno22 he drives through mud and he makes it fine. i bet you won't be even going through that so you will be fine.
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