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I am getting tired of airing up the crappy OEM Dunlap tires on the Honda Rincon 680. I am looking for some new tires. It hasn't rained for 2 years so I don't need heavy mudders. Been considering the Maxxis Bigfoot. Any other suggestions and reasons. We have big Honey Locust thorns here.



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We run maxis bighorn.  They are very good tires.  One of them has over 5000 miles on them and they still are in very good condition.  We wore out the Dunlaps in about 1000 miles.  
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+2 on the Maxxis Big Horns, I run 'em as well as most of my buddies out here (4x4 quads and 4x4 side-by-sides). My experiences, they're great for most terrains, surprisingly smooth running and handling.   Thunbs Up
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These Dunlaps are showing heavy wear at 450 miles. They roll in turns and its hard to turn. Thanks for the reply.
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+3 on the Maxis Bighorns. Mine have been on for over 4 years...work great!
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+4 on the maxxis, and I hope like hell I never have to climb that tree!
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The Bighorns and MSA rims came in. I would have never believed the difference. They drive like a totally different machine. Thank you to all that replied. Here are some before and after.













Now its time to dig dirt

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Excellent time to go have some fun!  Looks bad as s too!!
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