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Just wondering from those who have the Razr's for their xx, how is the clean out when you get in some really sticky mud? The mud I find where I ride is so sticky that even when you're in it spinning with plenty of ground clearance, the stock tires will be so packed that no tread is visible. They'll look like a slick tire. With no tread grabbing, you don't go anywhere. How do the Razr's clean out? I'm ordering a set tomorrow from a local dealer. I'm getting them for $79 each!!
 

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I've found they clean out pretty well if your spinning them fast enough
 

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Yeah, I dont go through mud slow... IF I have a shot, its with speed and momentum.
 

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So hit mud holes bouncing off the rev limiter in 3rd? :D
lol, the last and only hole I hit in third I nearly went over the bars.
 

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Leaning back didn't help much when It sunk to the fenders in a quick second, What looked like mud was more of a slurry pit and a 5 ft bottom
 

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Leaning back didn't help much when It sunk to the fenders in a quick second, What looked like mud was more of a slurry pit and a 5 ft bottom
I'll try to keep this on track of the title... maybe you need paddles for rear tires? lol
 

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Ahh yea back on topic, Again they do clean well in mud
 

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I'll find out for myself next weekend. I ordered them about an hour ago at his shop and they'll be in on Monday:)
 
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