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P700 Interco interforce 27_7.5_12 all the way around or 27 inch zillas which is better and will the pioneer turn the interforce over in mud because ive bee

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Which is better and will my p700 turn the interforce over in mud because I've been told it will struggle. 27_7.5 _12 all the way around with the interforce. The zillas aren't gonna be the same size all the way around. Gonna be the standard 27 inch little bigger on back than front. Any advice is welcomed
 
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27x10x12 STI out n back . Better than xillas. Grip like a mo fo and it will spin them all you want in the mud . These have been on a year and a half . Plenty mud , mountain rock and a fair bit of asphalt. Not knockin the others but these are good tires . 0. Plugs or leaks.
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27x10x12 STI out n back . Better than xillas. Grip like a mo fo and it will spin them all you want in the mud . These have been on a year and a half . Plenty mud , mountain rock and a fair bit of asphalt. Not knockin the others but these are good tires . 0. Plugs or leaks.View attachment 199284View attachment 199285
They look just like mudlites. Are they better? And do they run true to size. And are they the outback. Or out and back I've seen both I think ones more aggressive.
 

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They look just like mudlites. Are they better? And do they run true to size. And are they the outback. Or out and back I've seen both I think ones more aggressive.
They are the out and back , they are not quite true to size but I have owned mudlites which are good but these are noticeably better in mud but also do very well in other conditions. They ride great off road and good on asphalt when new but when they wear the road ride suffers at speeds below 10 mph. They are pretty tough they have no leaks or cuts with a lot of mountain rock miles. They do not bog the 700 down at all and it will spin them easily in thick red c lay mud. I like it because in 27s you can get 9, 10 , 11 inch wide I wish i would have done 10s all around instead of just the rear. Would I buy them again sure . But when the time comes I may experiment with something else. Sorry about the long post just trying to honestly cover everything. Tires aren't that cheap. Taken this morning with 18 months of everything including decent amount of road miles I hope this helps. Also no cracking where tread meets the carcass .
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I have 27x10x12 on the rear and 27x9x12 on they front . The rears are 29 lbs and the fronts are 2-3 lbs lighter. The are on ITP 12x7 wheels . I take a pic so you can see how the 9s look. They reason I would like 10s on front is to rotate them although they are wearing well I have no alignment issues like some have mentioned. I like they way the 5+2 offset makes it look the wheels widened it , I run no spacers .
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I ordered me a set of wild thangs and today they called me and there out of stock. So I went with the vampire 2s . 27_9_12 all the way around. There 27 pounds each. A little heavier than the wild thangs. Do you think the pioneer will have ant trouble turning them.
 
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I ordered me a set of wild thangs and today they called me and there out of stock. So I went with the vampire 2s . 27_9_12 all the way around. There 27 pounds each. A little heavier than the wild thangs. Do you think the pioneer will have ant trouble turning them.
Absolutely not , should be fine.
 

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Motorman18 - I want to 30's on my rig - I have 3" lift installed- did you have to modify anything to fit the 30's?
Sorry took me so long but no I just got 3 inches lift they will bump every now and then but now you can get forward arches a arms that would be they way to go instead tall lift
 
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