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Unread 01-21-2014, 09:17 PM   #41
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Thanks CC,

Do you know if I'd have any problems putting those on 10" steel wheels?
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Unread 01-21-2014, 09:45 PM   #42
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Now that I think about it I had a set of regular mud lites on 10" rims too and they were extremely better for flat surface driving. Granted I went from 25" XLs on 12" wheels to 25" on 10" wheels.
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Unread 01-21-2014, 09:47 PM   #43
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I doubt you'll have any problems with the 22" on 10" rims.
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Unread 01-21-2014, 10:16 PM   #44
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I have 25" Sedona Mud Rebels on my Yamaha, I have a Jakes 6" lift, they ride smooth, and really handle mud well, if you are going hunting really stay away from the all terrains... They are reasonably priced also, I have 25x10x11 on the rear and 24x8x12 on the front, my buggy for 2 wheel drive will go almost anywhere the big 4wheel drive atvs go at deer camp
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Unread 01-21-2014, 10:38 PM   #45
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I have 25" Sedona Mud Rebels on my Yamaha, I have a Jakes 6" lift, they ride smooth, and really handle mud well, if you are going hunting really stay away from the all terrains... They are reasonably priced also, I have 25x10x11 on the rear and 24x8x12 on the front, my buggy for 2 wheel drive will go almost anywhere the big 4wheel drive atvs go at deer camp
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Unread 01-22-2014, 01:34 PM   #46
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I've got Mud Cats on mine and am very pleased with them it was also the least expensive aggressive tread tire I came across. We've had a real wet muddy season in the woods this year.

If your going to change rims I would consider getting 12" dia. as there seems to be more availability in tires thus better pricing. Don't forget they will need an offset due to the lift kit.
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Unread 01-30-2014, 01:56 PM   #47
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This is the exact dilemma I am having. Looking for an aggressive tire but don't want to lose torque. Just started my build on a dedicated offroad TXT cart for the deer camp. We have some pretty good hills and I want an aggressive tire. Don't think you will find one more aggressive than these and still in 22x11-10 so good width and not too tall to lose torque. I have been running Interco tires for 25 yrs and have never been disappointed with them just don't know how they will do on a cart. I'm new to the offroad cart world but will have one done before turkey season. Gonna sneak up on em'.... He He.....



They also have this tire in 23x8-10 and I am thinking that is a little better diameter but they are fairly narrrow at 8" and stability is a concern. Not sure if 23" vs 22" is a better choice but the width matters, to me.
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This is the exact dilemma I am having. Looking for an aggressive tire but don't want to lose torque. Just started my build on a dedicated offroad TXT cart for the deer camp. We have some pretty good hills and I want an aggressive tire. Don't think you will find one more aggressive than these and still in 22x11-10 so good width and not too tall to lose torque. I have been running Interco tires for 25 yrs and have never been disappointed with them just don't know how they will do on a cart. I'm new to the offroad cart world but will have one done before turkey season. Gonna sneak up on em'.... He He.....



They also have this tire in 23x8-10 and I am thinking that is a little better diameter but they are fairly narrrow at 8" and stability is a concern. Not sure if 23" vs 22" is a better choice but the width matters, to me.

These look like some pretty aggressive tires. Hmmmm.....I'm wondering if they would help eliminate the need for chains when the snow get's to 4" or better. Chains are great.....but a real PITA to put on and off. Plus I noticed these are 6 ply as opposed to my current tires that are 4 ply rated. Hmmmmmmm

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Unread 01-31-2014, 01:38 PM   #50
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One thing to watch out for is the tread depth, it might look aggressive but the one you want may not be the same. I saw this in the ITP same tread pattern two different depths 3/4" and 1 1/4" IIRC.

Those swamp lites look deep but the ones you would put on a cart are only 3/4"

The Power King Mud Cats are 1"

However I'm not sure how measureable this is in the mud, I'm sure 1/2" would make a difference but don't know about a 1/4.
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