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post #1 of 6 Old 12-15-2012, 02:59 PM Thread Starter
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Rear wheels question

Just a question, what brand offer some tough rear wheels for our quads ? I just came back from a ride and one of my wheel is pretty much destroyed. Lots of rocks here so thats why I'm considering some for the winter. Also some good tires to go in the snow ? I've heard the kenda kutters are pretty good....

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I'm about to change my razors for some kutters in the back after doing a search it appears they are pretty good in the snow, how do they handle the icy conditions ?

My razors are still good but they are horrible in icy conditions or snow.
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nothing sticks on ice w/out studs. Wondering what air pressure you running to destroy rims?

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Well I had ams zippers, but hit a rock and went flat, so I had to come back on a flat tire, now the rim is pretty much destroyed.
I ran the zippers at around 4psi I would say, never had a problem before.
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I ride rocks all day, how did the razr,s do before this experience?
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Best bet for wheels would be get a set with reinforcing rings from OMF,really your best option.

I have found air pressure is the key with the 11" rear wheels. I run between 9 and 10 psi, any less then that, all I did was get flats. I hate running that much pressure, as it makes for horrible traction, but better then getting flats.

As far as the best tires for snow, can't help you there, doesn't snow where I live and even if it did, I wouldn't be out riding in it, stuff is cold!

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