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    Senior Member chaser1122's Avatar
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    Best all around mud & snow

    I looking to put 28" on my odes and 27" on my hisun 800 twins! Here's my problem I want the best of both worlds and I'm really needing some feed back, I was going to go with the black mambas but I hear they are axel snappers!! Please help.

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    Any tire can be an axle snapper if u don't know when to let up
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    grim reapers are decent. not too aggressive that you feel every lug but still some decent lug size. i love the mud bitches we have with 1.5" lug but you feel every one as you drive under 20
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    We are running 27" Reapers on our demo machine. We were thinking the same, wanting the best of both worlds. Unfortunately we have nothing to compare them to side by side.
    They do rub a bit on bump turns, but not bad.

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    I really like the Dirt Tamers , good all around , with good manners, very similar to big horn , but a little more wallet friendly
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    It say my favorite so far is the Gators Im running.... The things have held up for yrs for me..... Mudd, snow, and lots of hard packed...

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    I run 27" Zilla's (which is really a 26" tire) and they r great in snow and mud. They r a light tire and if you run more air pressure than the standard 2-3 pounds they will be fine. Havn't popped a sidewall yet.

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    I think for the Odes I will be running 27" in Black Mambas with a 2.5" tread depth and the Hisun will get 27" mudzillas. Ok ok, I'm waiting for the applause, anybody??

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    Yea!

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    for me, 26" Maxxis Ceros on 14" ITP rims works fine.

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