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I was very impressed with the way these tires performed. They handled everything I threw at them, from wet rocks to deep mud . And the larger tire help smooth out the ride even more. Power loses is minimal for the type of riding I do in the Ozark mountains. If your on the fence about 35s just do it. you will not regret it! it’s like a cheat code makes every thing in front of you easy .
 

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Great pics thanks. I would imagine you have some wide fenders on your to do list with all that mud.
 

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I would but we do all sorts of riding here in Michigan, from slow rock crawling to dirt trails to mud to sand. I want to keep them connected for the fast riding
 

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I would but we do all sorts of riding here in Michigan, from slow rock crawling to dirt trails to mud to sand. I want to keep them connected for the fast riding
10-4. Have you ever tried it? You might be surprised how little it affects your higher speed handling.
 

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Where are you guys purchasing these in 35”? Rocky Mountain dont carry that size
Here you go. Craig is great to deal with.

 

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I would try your dealer. They should give you a deal, I didn’t pay anywhere near list price for these tires through the dealer
My dealer is the last place I would go to buy tires. A few years ago I overheard them quote a customer a price for a set of Bighorns for their atv. Their quote was over $250 more than you could buy them for online. Maybe your dealer is different, but around here that's not the case.
 

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Yeah, they quoted them close to $850 for the set. I had recently bought a set for mine online for about $560. Discount Tire mounted them for $7 each, so I was in for a total of $590.
 
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