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This is a discussion on Bearclaw HTR's on pavement within the Wheels & Tires forums, part of the General Discussions category; I'm about to purchase a set of Bearclaw HTR tires. I'm going 1" larger then stock. I run a lot of pavement and gravel roads. ...

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    Bearclaw HTR's on pavement

    I'm about to purchase a set of Bearclaw HTR tires. I'm going 1" larger then stock. I run a lot of pavement and gravel roads. I need a tire that is smooth at higher speeds.
    Do you get any vibration from these tires?
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    They do great on pavement.
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    I have them on a Kingquad and prefer them a lot over the Bighorn 2.0. The 26" HTR are the same height as the 27" Bighorn 2.0 by the way. You'll gain more than you think I expect. Measure the height of the tires to take the guess work out of the end results.
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    Great news. Thanks guys. I'm staying with stock wheels and going to 27" tires. From posts that I've read on here I shouldn't have any rubbing. Want to leave everything stock. I expect to gain just a little top end because it will change the gearing slightly.
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    They do great on gravel and pavement. The HTR stands for hard terrain radial. I had one that shook a little, you could only feel it when rotated to the front. Not bad enough to try to anything about. The 27's are close to most 28's.

    Here is a 27x9 and a gen 1 26" BH2.0.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jraoffroad View Post
    They do great on gravel and pavement. The HTR stands for hard terrain radial. I had one that shook a little, you could only feel it when rotated to the front. Not bad enough to try to anything about. The 27's are close to most 28's.

    Here is a 27x9 and a gen 1 26" BH2.0.

    They look good. Thanks for posting the picture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolverinegramps View Post
    I'm about to purchase a set of Bearclaw HTR tires. I'm going 1" larger then stock. I run a lot of pavement and gravel roads. I need a tire that is smooth at higher speeds.
    Do you get any vibration from these tires?
    Out of curiousity, are you buying them from a local shop or national chain?

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    Local shop. Here in Canada we have limited options. I have 3 quotes that are very close in price.
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    there is a place in Kingston on the Bath road that has had the best prices on these and other ATV tires!! Where I got two different sets
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