Depends on what you are trying to do. I found a tire the stays on top, cleans well and tends not to dig its way to the bottom a better choice for me in trail riding. My XTRs were great with the plow but would bury itself in deep snow where my Grim Reapers would pull through and stay on top so much better it was like cheating..like mini tracks they did so well. An ATV with the weight balances like it has can have the same width tire front and rear better then something that doesn't. If you are going for a new set of tires and wheels, stick with the 26s but go 10" all around. Good for everything..