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i actually rode trevorton a few times with stock front after blowing my rzr 1s and didnt have any problems at all except for getting SPRAYED with water from them
 

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i actually rode trevorton a few times with stock front after blowing my rzr 1s and didnt have any problems at all except for getting SPRAYED with water from them
Regular rzr tires aren't to tough since there more of a track tire the rzr2 are what guys use for gncc racing so they can hold up to the rocks.
 

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It's mainly because Scott can't ride so he is easy on tires. :lol: As us real Raptor riders want what lasts!
Sure sure I just take it slow with you :beerchug:.
 

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Not that I've tried any other tires but stock, but have Maxxis Rzr2 now and they are very good in my opinion. I ride very rocky terrain and hard pack. They grip really good, do not seem to wear too fast. Sometimes they grip too well! Coming out of corners and sliding. But you can always increase tire pressure slightly if they grip too well.

Had a cut on my front sidewall once from sharp rock, but my pressure was too low, I could feel it bumping through onto the rim. Since then sligtly increased pressure up front, riding the same trail same place I got the cut, and never again. Holding up well now.

I would buy the again for sure. Since they look kick ass too!







 

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Not that I've tried any other tires but stock, but have Maxxis Rzr2 now and they are very good in my opinion. I ride very rocky terrain and hard pack. They grip really good, do not seem to wear too fast. Sometimes they grip too well! Coming out of corners and sliding. But you can always increase tire pressure slightly if they grip too well.

Had a cut on my front sidewall once from sharp rock, but my pressure was too low, I could feel it bumping through onto the rim. Since then sligtly increased pressure up front, riding the same trail same place I got the cut, and never again. Holding up well now.

I would buy the again for sure. Since they look kick ass too!







NICE BIKE!!! and agreed on the rzr 2s, had them on my old bike, very strong and all around unmatched durability/traction/handling in any terrain. well worth the extra jingle. Second best choice would be the holeshot hds.
 

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1. MASSFX. This tire is designed for all-terrain use, and it provides excellent traction and durability. It's also one of the most popular tires on the market, so you shouldn't have any trouble finding it.

2. WANDA. This tire is also designed for all-terrain use, and it provides excellent traction and durability. It's a bit less popular than the MASSFX tire, but it's still a great option.

If you do a lot of off-roading, you might prefer the MASSFX tire. If you do mostly highway driving, the WANDA tire might be a better option. Ultimately, it's up to you to decide which tire is best for your raptor.
 
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