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I run 30" zillas it made the gearing a lot better!!! There bit aggressive for hard packed but in the mud snow and climbing they work very well and they are not that heavy

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For all around driving, I like my 27X8.5R14LT General AT Grabbers, but you need to get another set for front wheels so you have the same all around, I don't want to play in the mud,so these work great. They do ok in the sand and great on dirt or paved roads.

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depends alot on the terrain you wheel in...for all round riding here,have had really good reviews on the 28" itp blackwaters...just my 3 cents...Hardy

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