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P700 Mud Lite 2's

Discussion in 'Pioneer 700 Wheels and Tires' started by pioneer_titan, Apr 15, 2019.

  1. pioneer_titan

    pioneer_titan New Member

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    After running the stockers for a year, I finally broke down and bought a set of mud lite 2's. I put 27x9x12 on the front and 27x11x12 on the rear on deluxe wheels. HUGE DIFFERENCE! There seemed to be no loss of power and these things really dig. I felt alot more confident going thru some of the stickier holes at my deer lease and they ride smooth on the hard pack as well.

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  2. Average_Joe

    Average_Joe Well-Known Member

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    Good looking tire I have a set of the original mud lites for my 1000 not a bad tire and like you said smooth on hard pack.
     
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  3. DBOne

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    Have same tires on my unit only 14" wheels, work great and surprisingly not to shabby on pavement as you stated.
     
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  4. Backwoods

    Backwoods Well-Known Member
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    Firebird runs them and speaks highly of them. I have had mudlites before and they were very good tires.
     
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  5. Mudwing

    Mudwing It's mud-thirty somewhere!
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    I’m looking close at these tires. I’m listening every time he talks about them since we have close to the same riding terrain. :cool:
     
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  6. jwfirebird

    jwfirebird Well-Known Member

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    third set really, originals on my prairie, over 4k in mud and snow sold the bike, xtrs on my can am great radials too if you got a quad. going to put them to the real test in a couple weeks we are going to tall pines park with my daughter and some guys from the club. they have everything from rocky hills too gravel and a poop ton of mud and clay with a ton of rutted area going up hills or down. hope she can keep up to the other can ams on my group. in the slop I imagine it will do good, reason I bought the Honda, but we'll see the cam am broke a cv last time I went there
     
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  8. Jersey700

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    Ive decided to run the same set up. They look good! Btw, what wheels are those?
     
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    stock deluxe trim wheel
     

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