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MAxxis razr or razr II??

Looking for as et of 22x7x10 for the fronts and 20x11x10 for the rears and a set of ITP wheels in black. Baja in the fronts and pro's in the rear. Best place to get them? RMATV doesnt carry the rear wheels in black. Also what is the main difference on the RAZR and RAZR II? Thanks guys.
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I've heard the razr 2's are a little heavier and have a little better grip over the regular 6ply razr. I've also heard some say it's a little over kill for this bike?
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Have heard that with the razr2s in wet rocks they can't get grip at all.

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Have heard that with the razr2s in wet rocks they can't get grip at all.
not true, i have them and ride wet rock at steep angles in lost trails with no problem aka widow maker
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I have Razr2s and love them. If your switchin from stock tires youll notice a huge difference. The Razr2 fronts grip alot better than the stock fronts, it felt like I used to push the front end but now it just sticks. The back tires are great too. They let you powerslide easier and hookup good. And the tires are 6 ply so you really dont have to worry about puncturing it. Personally I dont think the tires are heavy I havnt noticed a change in the speed of my XX

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