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William

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I have been very surprised with the zillas though... I always have at least 500 pounds of stuff in mine and a good bit of the time 800 or more pounds. Have had them on two UTVs and my cousin had them on a 700-4 that he abused heavily for about 1000 miles until he totaled it. Heavy weight in his too. He was going to swap those zillas to his new 700! Never any splits...
 
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i never had them, the reviews for clay and snow are more like all terrains(not great for serious mud or snow), i had mega mayhems on my rhino which are rated for quite a bit, but they started doing that, i mow all the club trails a couple times a summer and get wood in the half froze swamp in the winter and that was 1000 lbs, started doing it about 5 years in. rather have the mud light 2 anyway they are great handling radial thats smooth and never get stuck in any of the clay or snow, unless i find ruts were none of the tires are touching
 
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William

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i never had them, the reviews for clay and snow are more like all terrains(not great for serious mud or snow), i had mega mayhems on my rhino which are rated for quite a bit, but they started doing that, i mow all the club trails a couple times a summer and get wood in the half froze swamp in the winter and that was 1000 lbs, started doing it about 5 years in. rather have the mud light 2 anyway they are great handling radial thats smooth and never get stuck in any of the clay or snow, unless i find ruts were none of the tires are touching
Mud lite 2 is not radial... Bias ply. I’ve had original mud lites and the zillas work better in mud. Mudlites ride way better though! Mudlites just don’t clean out good enough for clay mud... maybe mud lite 2 does, I don’t know... I loved my mudlite Xtr radials! That is an awesome tire.... it’s got a higher load rating too. Smooth ride too.
 
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William

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i never had them, the reviews for clay and snow are more like all terrains(not great for serious mud or snow), i had mega mayhems on my rhino which are rated for quite a bit, but they started doing that, i mow all the club trails a couple times a summer and get wood in the half froze swamp in the winter and that was 1000 lbs, started doing it about 5 years in. rather have the mud light 2 anyway they are great handling radial thats smooth and never get stuck in any of the clay or snow, unless i find ruts were none of the tires are touching
I wish I had bought mudlites or mudlite 2 though... I can’t stand the rough ride of the zilla at low speed...
 
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My next set will probably be Dirt Commanders .I like the way they look , 8 ply , lightweight, I talked to some popo guys that have them and they were more than happy with them. I may be awhile the ones I have now are holding up well , no complaints.
 
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My next set will probably be Dirt Commanders .I like the way they look , 8 ply , lightweight, I talked to some popo guys that have them and they were more than happy with them. I may be awhile the ones I have now are holding up well , no complaints.
I like those too, I really want a radial though. They really made my p500 ride better. I couldn’t believe the difference... These zillas won’t tear up though, so it looks like I won’t be getting new tires anytime soon... LoL...
 

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only bias mud lite is the original, the twos ride and handle like the xtr, but have better clearing for clay and snow, most all i ride sticky black clay and my woods where i get get wood all year is swampy black clay, the mudlite have always been the best in this and the deep snow that i have found because its floaty and has wide openings for clearing.

tight tread stuff like the the dirt commander would get stuck in my yard in the spring let alone be able to go out on the trails and get wood, they are really made for being able to hold up to rocks and gravel, stuff like that
 
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only bias mud lite is the original, the twos ride and handle like the xtr, but have better clearing for clay and snow, most all i ride sticky black clay and my woods where i get get wood all year is swampy black clay, the mudlite have always been the best in this and the deep snow that i have found because its floaty and has wide openings for clearing.

tight tread stuff like the the dirt commander would get stuck in my yard in the spring let alone be able to go out on the trails and get wood, they are really made for being able to hold up to rocks and gravel, stuff like that
They’re either bias or radial... And they are not radial...

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it said it in the itp description and or reviews thats why i bought it, really like the handling of the xtr. now it only says "stabilizing cords" in some of the descriptions. doesnt really matter, what matters is it handles as good as the xtr without feeling balloony like the bias ones have
 

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only bias mud lite is the original, the twos ride and handle like the xtr, but have better clearing for clay and snow, most all i ride sticky black clay and my woods where i get get wood all year is swampy black clay, the mudlite have always been the best in this and the deep snow that i have found because its floaty and has wide openings for clearing.

tight tread stuff like the the dirt commander would get stuck in my yard in the spring let alone be able to go out on the trails and get wood, they are really made for being able to hold up to rocks and gravel, stuff like that
I live in a different area of the country so my stuff is a little different. I don't care if a tire is a radial or not if I like it. And if I do buy dirt commanders and don't like them I will take them of and pit something else on. It will be awhile though , who knows what I'll want when the time comes. For now the out backs will ride and mud with the best of them
 
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consider those the same, the normal outback, bearclaw htr, they have the tractor tread wide tread for clearing and floaty, they pick you up out of the clay and deep snow, which is good when theres no bottom. would have gotten one of those but when i bought them the mud lights were cheaper.

i had the standard mudlites on my prairie and the xtrs on my can am, i went through 3-4 ft of snow in the hedges no problem, the tires pick you up and float, neighbor was pretty impressed i was eye to eye with him on his snow mobile
 

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Had a good day gathering firewood today, got permission to break into the 60ish acres butting my land. Lots of dead standing oak. Took over 10 loads like this or better today, love the 700! Might make a little trailer for the woods to increase capacity a bit.

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After that I loaded our 4x8 trailer with the seasoned stuff and stacked a little closer to the house. Sides are 3' high.

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DG Rider

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Yeah the 700's love to haul wood. Not sure if I posted this way back or not but here's my BIG LOAD O WOOD.......View attachment 162212 View attachment 162214
LOL...you did post that top pic way back. Just not sure where...
I only know because I saved it for some reason, and came across it a few days ago looking for some older pics.
 
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LOL...you did post that top pic way back. Just not sure where...
I only know because I saved it for some reason, and came across it a few days ago looking for some older pics.
Pretty sure it was at Moose's site. Creepy though that you kept it, LOL! She was brand new then, before the black plastidip etc etc.
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Pretty sure it was at Moose's site. Creepy though that you kept it, LOL! She was brand new then, before the black plastidip etc etc.
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LOL...indeed. I have a few saved of 700's with big loads on them, but i honestly don't remember why I saved them. Have my own in there as well...

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