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Yep, I like 26's on a stock 05-11 Foreman.  The stock 25's almost gear it a little too low.

 

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I run Mudbugs round these parts. On my second set on my foreman. Had over 6000km on the first set and gave them to a friend who needed them. They were 25s. Got 26 10s and 12s now and love em. Good at everything and have never left me stranded. 

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On 5/20/2020 at 9:20 PM, Dredd said:

I run Mudbugs round these parts. On my second set on my foreman. Had over 6000km on the first set and gave them to a friend who needed them. They were 25s. Got 26 10s and 12s now and love em. Good at everything and have never left me stranded. 

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I bought the Executioners first.  Then Mac and Toodeep kept talking about Mudbugs so I put a set of 27's on my other Foreman.   Loved them.  Ended up putting 26's on the wife's rancher, and 28's on another Foreman.  Two of my buddies have bought Mudbugs too after trying mine out.

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I had Artrax tires on an ‘03 Rincon. First set were 25 and the second set are 26. Great all around tire for the farm and mud. They did well in thick mud that was up around mid tire height. Decent in snow if it wasn’t up to the top of the fenders. Biggest problem was the snow packing up under the frame, usually along the roadside getting into fields where the plows threw it and it would get packed in. 

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I also had the Artrax tires on  one of my previous machines  They were good all around tires that wore very well.  The only minus was they threw rocks forward from the front and backwards from the rear.  

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On 3/7/2020 at 1:58 AM, _Wilson_™ said:

I usually stay clear of. The tire, and oil threads....I'm with shade ITP mudlites. that's all people use around here. 

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when I bought my wife her Yamaha Timberwolf 250 4x4, I put a new set of Mudlites on. I had my old Honda 300 With spool locker & Executioners. She followed me (& my buddies) where ever I went, but kept a lot cleaner! Lol those r good tires!!

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Someone probably already mentioned to say they don't like em but...

 

My favorite tires right now are flea-bay specials.

 

WANDA brand from Libra Trailer Parts but I found them on eBay 

 

They are the quintessential cheap tire but if you know what you are in for, I find them to last long and be durable enough to run at usually half price. 

 

I am on my 2nd set of backs and had no complaints out of the first.

 

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