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Sedona Rip Saw

Sedona Rip Saw
anyone have any reviews?



The Rip Saw RT is Sedona Tire & Wheel's new extreme terrain aggressive radial. Its 1-1/8 inch deep tread pattern cleans out well in mud and offers great traction and long lasting wear in all types of extreme terrain.
Constructed of offroad truck tire rubber, the tread pattern of the Rip Saw wraps onto the ultra-strong sidewall for increased traction in deep-rutted and muddy conditions.
6-ply radial construction Available in 7 popular sizes Wheels not included
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Below are Size - Weight - Price



25x8-12 (24) $96.94
25x10-12 (27) $108.02
26x9-12 (26) $110.79
26x10-12 (30) $120.48
26x11-12 (31) $132.95
26x9-14 (25) $121.87
26x11-14 (29) $131.57


For more info on the Sedona Rip Saw and other models, check their website here: www.sedonatires.com
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Does anyone have any ussage experience with the sedona rip saw tire? I am considering buying them for my 06 outty. 26x9rx12 front & 26x11rx12 rear. i like the looks of the tire and the fact that it is a radial 6 ply. My concern is the weight of the tire. ( IF anyone knows? ) I also like the Pitbull Growlers but the tire is to heavy.I currently an running GBC Grim Reepers and like them But I bought them in a 14" and wished I stayed with a 12" tire so this is what brings me to the RIP-SAW by Sedona. Any info on this tire would be appreciated. Thanks
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Have u looked at msa's tires?
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I just purchased the Buzz Saws yesterday. The 26x9x12 rubs the tie rod up front barely. I don't want to go full spacers so I am trying a couple of quality washers on each lug. As far as weight goes they are heavier but holding both the stock carlisles and the buzz saw mounted up on the rim side by side the difference was less than I would have believed. I did not weigh them but I will and post up.

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The Sedona black rims r real nice. I like those


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I just purchased the Buzz Saws yesterday. The 26x9x12 rubs the tie rod up front barely. I don't want to go full spacers so I am trying a couple of quality washers on each lug. As far as weight goes they are heavier but holding both the stock carlisles and the buzz saw mounted up on the rim side by side the difference was less than I would have believed. I did not weigh them but I will and post up.

Craig,
RDC(i think) makes small spacers so you dont have to use washers. I seen them on here i think and they look great. check them out, i dont think they are too expensive.
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Ok, so the Carlisle stock badlands tire sans rim is 17.6 lbs. The buzz saw R/T is 28.2. Doesn't feel that much when I hold them in my hands but there it is. I also used two 3/8 zinc corrision resistant washers on each lug and the 26x9x12 fit with zero problems. When I get her all buttoned back up and can give it a test drive I will let you know how an additional 40 lbs of tires affects how it drives.

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Quote: Originally Posted by nvmyrc51 View Post
I just purchased the Buzz Saws yesterday. The 26x9x12 rubs the tie rod up front barely. I don't want to go full spacers so I am trying a couple of quality washers on each lug. As far as weight goes they are heavier but holding both the stock carlisles and the buzz saw mounted up on the rim side by side the difference was less than I would have believed. I did not weigh them but I will and post up.

Craig,
One of the people I ride with just put them on a outty 800.The problem he has with them is they dig holes in the snow.We call them grave diggers.
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I can see that. My stock tires get me around alright in the snow but we don't push it. I just mainly plow the driveway during the winter. We can't wait for the ice and snow to abate so we can hit the trails. Unfortunately we still have a couple of months before we can start breaking into some elevation without deep snow. Can't wait. Montana winter, what are you going to do?

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Quote: Originally Posted by nvmyrc51 View Post
I just purchased the Buzz Saws yesterday. The 26x9x12 rubs the tie rod up front barely. I don't want to go full spacers so I am trying a couple of quality washers on each lug. As far as weight goes they are heavier but holding both the stock carlisles and the buzz saw mounted up on the rim side by side the difference was less than I would have believed. I did not weigh them but I will and post up.

Craig,

What size is your outty? I have a 400 and was considering 25" rip saws. I think it may be too much for my bike though. How are you liking them so far?
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