Just curious if anyone is running outlaws I ride in the rice fields of Louisiana and need some traction. How hard are they on your equipment bearings and axles. Also how rough are they on hard ground thanks
Don't know about use on a Teryx but saw a video of a Rhino 450 with a set and it was used to pull out "dead" and fully stuck large ATV's the video is on the net-- do a search for Rhino 450 Test and it will come up
one of the best mud tires hands-down (along with gorilla silverbacks). aired down they're not gonna be too rough. alot of people around here run them and they are a little hard on drivetrain if you aren't careful. i would be running them, but i see my dealer sometimes when i'm riding and he said he would warranty anything on my bike unless i was running outlaws or silverbacks.
with the cdi, it's pretty much stock feel with a little more top speed. the mudlites get me through anything i want to go through unless i get high centered. sometimes i wish i would've waited to find out if the 30s fit, but i'm happy the way it is. the xp lift will be the next thing i buy, then the epi clutch kit to get some more performance.