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2014 outlander800xt running the stock xt tires now which are pretty good but they took a beating. I ride in northern Pa in the mountains,coal region and there is allot of rocks I hit after two trail rides the lugs have chunks taking out of them from rocks. Looking for another set of tires ones that can withstand the beating of Rocky trails but can give me a pretty smooth ride and can dig down in the mud when I need them too. Thanks in advance
 

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I have the same bike, the stock tires are shit at best, I replaced mine with ITP Evo's.
8 ply, 1 inch lugs,
good luck
 

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I have the same bike, the stock tires are shit at best, I replaced mine with ITP Evo's.
8 ply, 1 inch lugs,
good luck
What size tire did you go with? I am looking at these in 27" as I have heard great things about these tires!
 

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Another option is to take a look at the Kenda Bearclaw HTR's, Ive been real happy with my set.
 

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I went with the 26's if I could do it again, it would be the 27's
 
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I have Bighorns on my ATV, but by the way you describe your riding, I would recommend either the Pit Bull Growler or Pit Bull Rocker. Heavier tire, but excellent on rocks.
 

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I've had Mudlite xtr, Mudzillas, and OG Outlaws. The Mudlite's are a great trail tire but they don't wash out the mud. The Mudzillas wash out the mud, but the uneven tread pattern make it a horrible trail tire. The Outlaws are the best I've had. They wash out the mud, and the tread is more even.
 

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Pitbull Rockers or Growlers would be a great choice. Also the ITP Blackwater Evolutions and Bearclaw HTR's would be money well spent. All 8 ply radials with large lugs but still offering smooth ride. I happen to have the Rockers and if you don't mind the extra weight they're tuff to beat.
 

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I just changed my stockers to 27" BearClaw HTR's on my 14 800r xt....I ride mostly rocky trails and woods....love them,... work wicked in the snow and a great all around riding tire..
 

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I'm thinking on trying ITP Bajacross.

Don't I did. Heavy and side walls are to thin. Kenda xtr


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Discount Tire is offering $100 off each $400 order on their ebay site. I just bought Pitbull Growlers and split the order into two and got $200 off and free shipping.
 

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I'm running 27" itp mayhems and I love them
 

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I am liking the Kenda HTRs on the rock. I had no problems crawling up some nasty slick climbs that most of the guys on mud specific tires had issues with. The stock Carlyles did better on the rock than some of the mud tires. The HTRs are relatively light and inexpensive as tires go, and they are 8 ply.
 

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Still liking my STI Black Diamonds. I ride similar terrain in PA and so far I think this is a very versatile tire.


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