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ok, tires ????

just bought a 700xx 08 and have read mixed reviews of what razr to put on front and back..... I think im going with a regular razr on the rear standard size and on the front i want to put the razr 2 but the conflict is .......what size on the front ....and why are guys going bigger????please help a new guy
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The bigger tires helps eliminate some of the push, you can steer much better with larger tires on the front.

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I'm not really qualified to give addvice on this subject because I run a completely different tire, but the guys on this site know their $h!t. Just be patient and they will tell you everything you ever wanted, or needed, to know about your TRX700XX.

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thanks kenny im waitin
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http://motors.shop.ebay.com/atvgalax...acat=0&bkBtn=1

that link sells tires in razr2 stock size i believe???
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The bigger tires on the front are to help with the front end push. Couldnt tell you about the Razrs though. I went with Bear Claws

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If your not a pro rider I would stay with the stock sizes.
The average rider won't notice the difference. I don't like the look of the large fronts either

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I don't like the look of the large fronts either
Me either, I know there's more to riding than looks but it just looks silly to me.



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I have the Razor2 up front in a 21x7x10. Really changed the dynamic from the stock. The Razor is actually smaller than the stock by about an inch in overall circumference. I am going to try the 22x7x10 next up front after I beat these up a little more.


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22 in the front razer 2 , 22 in the back razer
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