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I would like to know if there are any mud tires that you don't have to spin hard. I have titan at489's and you have to spin them hard to clean them out. I have a Magnum 325 and the four stroke just won't spin them hard enough. I feed cattle and am in the mud alot. Help.

 
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I have been very happy with the Interco Vampires. I have 25x9.5x12's on my Honda 300. I have some pics of a friend's 500Xplorer with the 28x10x12's posted. Other good mud tires are the GoodYear Mudrunners, Titan AT589, Maxis Mud Bugs, Highlifter Outlaws (due out soon-www.highlifter.com). Hope that helps.

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I have superswamper vampires on my 98` explorer 400 with the best traction of any tire on the market. They have the deepest rubber, over 1 inch deep, and you can go through most mud in 2-wheel drive!!! My friend hates me for that since he bought a big wheel kit for his honda 300 4-wheel drive to get more clearance and increased traction but i constantly have to extract him. National tire and wheel have these tires if you don`t want to get stuck anymore or at least not to often.

 
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