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Has anyone used these or have any experience with these tire? I have read many different reviews they are a Bighorn spinoff, but instead of been radial they are bias tires.
 

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If I remember correctly they are a softer compound and don't wear well.
 

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Has anyone used these or have any experience with these tire? I have read many different reviews they are a Bighorn spinoff, but instead of been radial they are bias tires.
You could always buy 1 tire and run it along your stock tires for a while and see how it wears.

All this stuff comes from china. The BigHorns are Chinese.

If you are looking for something cheaper look into the Sedona ripsaws. Sedona is still name brand without getting too much into shady Chinese company territory. I had them on my Maverick and they got er dun. A TON of lug material on them. It's a tough tire with excellent traction and cleaning.

Bighorns are damn expensive. Great all around tire but for less money you can get some other great options. Hell. For the price of a set of bighorns, you can get new BFG A/Ts for your truck.

I highly recommend the rip saw. I got mine locally for right around 90 bucks each.

 

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I'd like to know where you're getting the BFGs for the price of Bighorns at. I had a set before and loved them, but got something else because I didn't feel like ponying up the $900 for truck tires.
 

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I'd like to know where you're getting the BFGs for the price of Bighorns at. I had a set before and loved them, but got something else because I didn't feel like ponying up the $900 for truck tires.
I guess it depends what truck you have :). E rated 36 inches, yes thats more money.

4 wheel parts has 31 inch BFG AT T/A KOs for 141.95.

Motosport has 26 inch bighorns for $134

I know its 7 bucks more but I was just saying that bighorns seem to be a little expensive. Great tire but there are other options for less money.
 

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I guess it depends what truck you have :). E rated 36 inches, yes thats more money.

4 wheel parts has 31 inch BFG AT T/A KOs for 141.95.

Motosport has 26 inch bighorns for $134

I know its 7 bucks more but I was just saying that bighorns seem to be a little expensive. Great tire but there are other options for less money.
Wow, maybe I need to start checking online next time. At the 3 local shops I checked at the 265/75R/16 for my truck (2004 half ton Chevy) were $225 or more each.
 

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Looks like mini twin turbine boosters to me!
 

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They look like dry tubes.

Not sure what they are but I think I may make some. A PVC pipe with a compression stopper in it that you tighten with a wing nut. Hose clamp them to your machine and you have dry storage.

Not sure if thats what Kevin is using them for but thats what Im going to do!
 

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I know the price is good on these tires but I am thinking where they are bias they will be more flexible. And sliding would be harder on bushings and bearings with a radial tire. Just my 2 cents.
 

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Haha, yes those are just dry tubes that I kept bungee cords and straps in. One thing I did wrong with them was throw a pair of gloves in there that were wet when we were riding and forgot about them. A week later I had to take that tube off and trash it because it smelled so bad.
 

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I had them on my rzr and hated them. rode like crap, no give to them and wobbled over 10 mph. these were not the hd tires. I wouldn't buy them again

Has anyone used these or have any experience with these tire? I have read many different reviews they are a Bighorn spinoff, but instead of been radial they are bias tires.
 
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