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Unread 11-20-2013, 07:38 AM   #11
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i was looking at some "wooley booger" style tires since they seem to be the least expensive and widely available foe the 10" wheels. are these to aggressive?
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Unread 11-21-2013, 04:21 PM   #12
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With only a 6" lift 25's will rub the front body/fender. 23's fit on some of the lifts I use. 22 is guaranteed to fit.

244 tread " all trail " will probably be best for you. Anything more aggressive can get uncomfortably bumpy on paved roafs.

not true i have a 6 in A arm on my ds and i run 25 inch imitation mudlights with plenty of room. As long as your not gonna run crazy off set wheels you should be ok. Best thing to do is take your cart to a golf cart shop( seems like they are pooping up one every corner in America) and try some wheels on to see if they fit. An alternate place would be a ATV shop. If you get wheels that stick out beyond the fenders, 2-3 inches expect rub on 25.
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Unread 11-21-2013, 04:25 PM   #13
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not true i have a 6 in A arm on my ds and i run 25 inch imitation mudlights with plenty of room. As long as your not gonna run crazy off set wheels you should be ok. Best thing to do is take your cart to a golf cart shop( seems like they are pooping up one every corner in America) and try some wheels on to see if they fit. An alternate place would be a ATV shop. If you get wheels that stick out beyond the fenders, 2-3 inches expect rub on 25.
What offset are you running? Also what width tire?

Yes cart shops are POOPING up everywhere


I though you were running 24's russ?
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Unread 11-21-2013, 06:28 PM   #14
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i will be using the same wheels in the profile pic. thats what the cart was when i started. they are right at the edge of the fenders with the little tires.
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Unread 11-22-2013, 05:56 AM   #15
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What offset are you running? Also what width tire?

Yes cart shops are POOPING up everywhere


I though you were running 24's russ?
No offset
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And yes they are pooping... 10% don't have a clue how to build carts. They buy them in bulk and sell them double what they pay for them.
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Unread 11-22-2013, 08:58 PM   #16
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Wooly-Boogers aren't the best On-Road choice,but All-Trails aren't the smoothest riding Off-Road either(they are very stiff).A very cheap all-around tire is a standard Knobby.Tractor-Supply sells them for about $65 each,Online they are cheaper.They work good On/Off-Road,they don't tear up your yard,and go in mud pretty good too.The biggest issue on a stock cart is Wheel-Speed when you get into mud/muck.Stock carts just don't have the power to spin the tires to keep them clean,so you want an open tread,that will "self-clean",but not rob power.Alot of the big,lug-type tires take a lot of power to rotate due to the large "paddles" they have for tread.Look for a Middle-of the road type tire,there are a lot of choices out there.Make sure you select the correct ply-rating too.Hope this helps.
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