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Just bought an 08 trx700xx and going to glamis for newyears need some advice on paddles?? The 700 is brand new & all stock i bought it from this older guy and you can tell it doesnt even have 10miles on it...only paid 2,700 for it thats a steal imo...please please let me know your opinion...need to make a choice asap. Thanks!!! And happy holidays!!
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Welcome to the club! And yes that was a great deal you landed. As far as the paddles idk I've never been in much sand. I would recommend you putting them on a set of 10" wheels. That way you keep the oem ones for trail. If you have the money probably the Skat~Trak's but if like me I'd go with some ITP Sand star's. But like I said I've never seen the dunes...Hopefully someone else will steer you right...

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Welcome, must of got one of the new ones for sale in NM, I've been very tempted into getting one also and leaving it in the crate for a little while. Quick pretty much said it, I'd probably go with the itps also but everyone has their own preference. You will probably need a 10inch rim because I don't think they make any 11in sand tires but I could be wrong. I've also never been to the dunes but from what I read, the oems hold their own in the sand(reviews as well as people on this forum). I'd get them from Rocky Mountain, they seem to be the speediest and most reliable shippers from my experience

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Skat track hauler is the best paddle.. get a 22 11 10 8 paddle or 7 paddle

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PADDLES--skat trak haulers 22 11 10 8 paddle
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paddles skat trak haulers 22 11 8 14 paddle
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As Jmm24 says, the 700xx oem tires do fine in the sand. I have done a lot of sand riding with the stock tires, and have no complaints. I do run lower pressure (2-3 psi) if the sand is really fine and loose. Unless you just have to have maximum traction or you can get them for a really good price, I would not even bother with paddles. But that is me.

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Get sandstars been riding glamis now for 5yrs they work good an what a deal u got have fun in glamis!!!!!!!!
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$200.00 deal on set!

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welcome to the club! And yes that was a great deal you landed. As far as the paddles idk i've never been in much sand. I would recommend you putting them on a set of 10" wheels. That way you keep the oem ones for trail. If you have the money probably the skat~trak's but if like me i'd go with some itp sand star's. But like i said i've never seen the dunes...hopefully someone else will steer you right...
thanks for the advice but i ended up finding a brand new pair of 10" rims and sand gear paddles for $100 on craigslist, lol it was a deal to good to resist. And to be honest they performed very well!! Despite all the bad reviews on them, i figure i can wear those down and then get me some sandstars to match my fronts, thanks agian!

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Welcome, must of got one of the new ones for sale in NM, I've been very tempted into getting one also and leaving it in the crate for a little while. Quick pretty much said it, I'd probably go with the itps also but everyone has their own preference. You will probably need a 10inch rim because I don't think they make any 11in sand tires but I could be wrong. I've also never been to the dunes but from what I read, the oems hold their own in the sand(reviews as well as people on this forum). I'd get them from Rocky Mountain, they seem to be the speediest and most reliable shippers from my experience
NO I WISH I WOULD OF, I JUST HAPPENED TO FIND A LOCAL GUY IN PHOENIX WHO WAS A LITTLE STRAPPED FOR CASH, YOU KNOW RIGHT PLACE RIGHT TIME TYPE OF DEAL...
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Skat track hauler is the best paddle.. get a 22 11 10 8 paddle or 7 paddle
THANKS FOR THE ADVICE WILL KEEP THAT IN MIND!
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