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Skat Trak Haulers! What's your opinion???

Whats up fellas just wanted to know what is everyone's opinion on the skat trak hauler's, one of my buddies wants to sell me a brand new pair he took off his yamaha they are 20x10x10 but the only thing that worries me is that they are a 9 paddle??? He told me to give him $70 bucks (tires only) lol its not like i could use his rims because of the XX's goofy bolt pattern on the rear. Let me know fellas please....
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mount them, take a test drive. you breakem you buy them right.

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mount them, take a test drive. you breakem you buy them right.
I guess your right for the price I cant complain, I just figured a 9 paddle hauler might be to much for my xx thats why I was asking for opinion's, thanks!

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TOO Much? think of how many little paddles you are using now. These should make one hell of a roost. just bumpy on the hard pack .lol

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I am a big guy. North of 300 lbs and currently run 22" 10 paddle haulers. Not only do I not have any problems but I could have easily used more paddles or gone with their deeper paddle models. I know this thread is dated but the 700 has no problems with the setup mentioned above.
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