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Unread 02-09-2019, 05:21 PM   #1
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Default Hammer, Mongrel or Terrabites?

Hey guys, anyone running these on a cart? Can't find any information related to cart use. What's the average consensus for ML ratings? I have experience with Terrabites and Motohammers on UTVs and much prefer the offroad performance of the Terrabites. On road is similar.

Tusk Terrabite - 25x10-12, 25.4lbs, ML 650lbs.

GBC Kanati Mongrel - 23x10-12, 22.5lbs, ML 615lbs. 25x10-12, 27lbs, ML 715lbs.

EFX Hammer - 23x10-12, 19.5lbs, ML 750lbs. 23x10-14, 21.2lbs, ML 750lbs.

Looking for wheel/tire setup for my near future G29 EFI LT build. My first pick would be the Terrabites, assuming the ML rating is not too low, and 25" isn't a dream. My 22" Timberwolf's have a higher 815 ML rating.

I believe the shape of the Mongrel and Terrabite will allow the cart to travel down the road well - less contact patch/resistance than the very square (looks cool) Timberwolf's I have on the Precedent. Open to any and all opinions!
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Unread 02-10-2019, 03:52 PM   #2
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Default Re: Hammer, Mongrel or Terrabites?

Given most standard length electric carts with a rear seat are under 1,300 lb, any tire with a load rating over 500 should be sufficient for “normal” use. Meaning only normal passengers and not heavy loads of stone and stuff. Gas carts are about 300lb lighter on average.
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Unread 02-10-2019, 08:31 PM   #3
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Both of the white carts were mine. Nothing but good things to say about the mongrels
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Unread 02-10-2019, 08:34 PM   #4
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Using mongrels again on my current build
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Unread 02-11-2019, 10:09 AM   #5
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Using mongrels again on my current build
I'm glad I posted on here then! Took some searching to find those photos. Were they 25's? Gas carts? Did the carts pull them okay?

I love the look of the tall UTV style tire, nice job.
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Default Re: Hammer, Mongrel or Terrabites?

Both cart were 30". Electric. Both had alltrax xct500s and admiral A4 torque motors. They performed great...lots of torque and both carts ran 27-29mph. Never ran off road tho
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