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Maxxix Zillas or Interco Swamp Lites?

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Old 08-07-2015, 11:57 AM
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I sold my 350 SRA 350 Grizzly pretty quick after I put the 26" Zillas on to a friend . But I would think a 1.19" lug would take quite awhile to wear down.

I may get them again for my IRS 350 Grizzly once the stock tires wear out.

My XL Mudlites on my 500 sure seem to hold up well even on hard pact rides. I have 1000 miles on them. They have pretty well the same lug as the Zillas.
 
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Originally Posted by MooseHenden View Post
Especially in Maine there are a lot of roadways used as trail connectors. Still looking around but I think the Swamp Lites are the way to go for me.
I might take a look at the Swamp Lites as well. If you do get them, I'd be curious to see how well they hold up.
 
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Originally Posted by greg74 View Post
I might take a look at the Swamp Lites as well. If you do get them, I'd be curious to see how well they hold up.
One guy I ride with swears by them (better than swearing at them). He puts them on all his quads, most recently a Can-Am Outlander 1000. He also had them on an Outlander 800 he sold to another guy I ride with, and a Honda Rincon. They seemed to hold up well.
 
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Originally Posted by MooseHenden View Post
One guy I ride with swears by them (better than swearing at them). He puts them on all his quads, most recently a Can-Am Outlander 1000. He also had them on an Outlander 800 he sold to another guy I ride with, and a Honda Rincon. They seemed to hold up well.
Sounds great, I would probably stay with the stock size myself. I had a friend who had them on an older Grizzly 600 but I think they were somewhat worn out when he got the quad so they never performed as well as I thought they should have. The 600 didn't have quite the ground clearance of the 660 which probably didn't help. They did ride quite well and didn't seem to wear much during the time he had it. The new Swamp Lites are probably better, that was several years ago.
 
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Originally Posted by MooseHenden View Post
One guy I ride with swears by them (better than swearing at them). He puts them on all his quads, most recently a Can-Am Outlander 1000. He also had them on an Outlander 800 he sold to another guy I ride with, and a Honda Rincon. They seemed to hold up well.


This sounds like a really smart guy. You should listen to him....
 
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This sounds like a really smart guy. You should listen to him....
Did you put them on your newest rig yet?
 
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Well, I just ordered the Swamp Lites today from Rocky Mountain ATV. Had the best price by about $23 and free shipping on orders over $49. We'll see how easy having the one sided bead lock rims will make the change go.
 
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Originally Posted by MooseHenden View Post
Did you put them on your newest rig yet?

Yes...I put them on before my first ride. got them on my gf's new 500 XT too. I really think for the price you cannot beat the ride and the wear. I love the deep lugs and their spacing make riding on hard pack effortless. I will be very surprised if you do not like them.
 
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Well, I just ordered the Swamp Lites today from Rocky Mountain ATV. Had the best price by about $23 and free shipping on orders over $49
That sure beats these guys. Interco Swamp Lite their best price is $51.80 and that's a puny 22x7-11 for a kids ATV. A regular 25"x10-12 is $100. Your getting 3 tires for free in comparison. Good find.

They do look like nice tires though.
 
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That sure beats these guys. Interco Swamp Lite their best price is $51.80 and that's a puny 22x7-11 for a kids ATV. A regular 25"x10-12 is $100. Your getting 3 tires for free in comparison. Good find.

They do look like nice tires though.
I'm pretty sure he meant they were $23 cheaper, not $23 a tire. If they were that cheap, I'd buy every set they had and resell them and make a lot of money lol.
 

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