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Old January 3rd, 2009, 11:02 AM   #1
 
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I am just looking at tires right now! i do mostly trail and mud. But I don't want 27" or bigger right now. I want to get more miles to a tank of gas since right now I get about 40 miles to a tank of gas. This spring I will be taking my lift kit off and getting something smaller than my 27" Outlaw MST's and I don't want smaller Outlaw MST's either. Right now I am looking at the:

1. 26" ITP Terracross XD

2. 26" Big Horns or 2.0

3. 26" ITP 589 M/S

Where to go or what to do!
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Old January 3rd, 2009, 12:15 PM   #2
 
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From what I've heard, the Terracross and Bighorns will have similar ride and handling. The Terra's are a little lighter, the 'Horns will last about twice as long. I have about 4000 miles on my 27" 'Horns and they are in great shape. A friend has 6000 miles on his 26" 'Hornes and they, too, look to be in excellent shape. Of course, he rides a Grizzly so he can't abuse the tires like I can on my Brute!



I love the 'Horns! Great all around trail tire that does very good in snow, quite good in mud. They are not, and never will be, a true "mud" tire.

I have a couple of friends with Terras and they like 'em a lot.

I haven't ridden the 589s. From what I've heard they ride very hard on pavement or packed conditions--lots of vibration from the lugs. A friend had them and said they actually hooked up TOO well--he didn't like them because he couldn't get them to spin when he wanted/needed to break it loose. He also said they seem to be a hard compound that lasts a long time. I'm guessing they wouldn't be a good trail tire, but would be great for mudding.

I'll probably stick with the Bighorns when the time comes. Unless, of course, something even bettter comes along!

Hope this helps!
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (sailorgriz @ Jan 3 2009, 12:15 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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I'll probably stick with the Bighorns when the time comes. Unless, of course, something even bettter comes along![/b]
Like these?

Out of those three I would flip a coin on either the big horns or the terracross and buy them.
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Out of your choices I also agree, I would spend my money on the horns first, then the crosses and last the 589's last. That's just my personal opinion. All three are good tires!
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (nadep python @ Jan 3 2009, 06:25 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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Like these?

Out of those three I would flip a coin on either the big horns or the terracross and buy them.[/b]
Kinda like the look of those Motos. Got a lot of meat! And not so far apart that you would feel it on hard stuff.

My next ones were going to be either Terras or Big Horns, but I see I have to add another to the list.

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I had a set of 589's for about 2 rides on my prairie heavy heavy heavy and the big lugs didn't ride so good esp compared to you other 2 choices
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I thought about some of these.

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Good looking tire also! But I noticed they didn't list the weight. It said 8 ply! may be pretty heavy. Ususally if your a pretty light tire you advertise it heavily. Since they don't list they may be on the opposite end???
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