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Well I got my new tires and rims last night. They are the 25" Super Lite tires with 12 x 7 sure grip rims. The actual hight of the tire mounted is 24 1/2". This is real close to what my factory tires had. I did not get to run them last night though, it was only 3° outside. u:It is going to be nice this weekend so I will let you know how they ride. Also they are very light in weight, close to stock. They look great too.:ban:
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The Super lite web site didn't list any 25" tires. The smallest is 26". Are you sure they were 25"?
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YES. 25" x 10 x 12 & 25" x 8 x 12. GO TO ACCESSORIES SURPLUSS E-BAY STORE. THAT IS WHERE I FOUND MINE.
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Don't mean to critisize , but it sounds like you replaced your stock tires with stock tires.
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I put some miles on the new Super Lite tires and they work really well. Much better than the stock tires did. They are a 1/4" shorter than stock, but for trail riding or roads it is not a concern. I have a set of 27" vampires for more extreme riding if needed. The Super Lites have a 6 ply rating and do not fold when you turn. They have good traction in the snow and on the dirt. I broke thrusome ice on a trail in my woods and was able to crawl out with no problem. Every thing is frozen here so a mud test will have to wait. If I had to buy again I would probably go with 26" Super Lites as they are very light in weight. My friend has a Rincon and he might buy my 25" and then I will order the 26", but if not I will run these till they wear out. Also they do not shake and little to no vibration at top speed on the pavement. I will get pictures after Christmas, I am getting a new digital camera.
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I'm confused.... I tried 4 different ATV tire internet vendors for Superlite Supergrip tires and none of them list a 25" tire. A 26" is the lowest.

Where did you get 25 inchers from? They look exactly like ITP Mudlite XL's. I'd bet that they are rebranded Mudlites.

Sorry, missed your previous reply.

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With these tires on my outty ittops out really fast. It would top out, on the speedo, at 74 to 75 MPH. Now with the new tires it reaches, again on the speedo, 77 to 78. I believe the rev limiter cuts in at around 7800 RPM? Anyway thats where mine seems to cut out at. I have a friend with a radar gun and hope to have him clock me the next time he is home. On the blacktop with dry tires if you peg it you leave two nice long black marks, no using the brakes either.
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They are basically Mudlites but with a nice rim guard. Too bad few other manf incorporate them as they help protect your rims. I was told by the dealer that the 25" have a shorter tread height vs the 26" and up, 11/16" vs 1 and 1/8", same as the Mudlites. Although you can buy the XL tread on the Mudlites in the 25" height, you cannot on the Supergrips.

They are on Ebay in the 25" height and I know ATV Outfitters sells them. Not on their website but he carries them.
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