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I did but the 35s only come in a sticky. So far so good. They are pretty awesome. Should be breaking 1,000 miles on them soon. Can't wait to try them in the snow.
I live in Arizona in the desert southwest so we ride a lot of forest service roads and desert trails so I don't think they would be the tire for here. Most of us have a harder compond tire but I plan to go to Moab where they should be perfect there.
 

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I live in Arizona in the desert southwest so we ride a lot of forest service roads and desert trails so I don't think they would be the tire for here. Most of us have a harder compond tire but I plan to go to Moab where they should be perfect there.
The majority of my riding is in desert and forest. The work very well. We have tons of whooped out sharp rock trails just like you guys. I haven't been to Moab with the KRX yet.
 

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I live in Arizona in the desert southwest so we ride a lot of forest service roads and desert trails so I don't think they would be the tire for here. Most of us have a harder compond tire but I plan to go to Moab where they should be perfect there.
I just got back from Moab. Used my stocl Carnivores with 10 pounds and they worked great. Didn't even chirp once.
 

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I am on the stock 31's. It has a Graves Tune on it. I would have thought that would have eliminated the limiter also.
I have graves tune and exhaust with 31's. I hit 69 once and I let off because I was afraid something was going to blow, sounded awful lol. The tune doesn't seem to have picked up any gains top end only with torque and throttle response. Are the bigger tires a realized gain of speed or just showing that because of the speedo calibration?
 
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