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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-02-2019, 08:33 PM Thread Starter
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replacing the tires that were on my 2004 Rhino 660

My first ride and I ran something through the sidewall. I was going to order one tire to replace it. IT has Carlisle 26x8-12 and 26x10-12 on it now. But as I was looking they are pretty old and while searching the net found that these are 3 ply tires. I am guessing that the old 3 ply tires is why the stick punctured the sidewall so easily.

As far as I know everything on the motor and clutches and sheeves(I had to read up on this to even halfway understand what y'all are talking about)
Should I go back to the 25 tires that can on it from the factory? What pattern would work best for me, all the riding will a mile or so each way on a gravel road, then dirt roads and mud.

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-03-2019, 07:56 PM
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There are better choices than the stock tires, If you ride a ton of mud then you want a open lug to help clean the mud out. Myself I fun hard pack and rock trails no mud. I run 26"x9"x 12" on all 4 corners. A043 SunF tires, they make a tread types. You can check out all brands of tires on Ebay.
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