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because with my front tires i pop them 4 times already =-( the one time i pop the one was my faultbut the other three times wasnt really my fault its just the predator is just alittle to wide but o well i love the predator i dont care just wondering if it happen to any one else.
 

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The front tires are not the best, fact is until just recently all front tires suck, they are 2 ply. And pop easy, my son just barely hit the backend of my other quad and ripe a hole in the sidewall of the tire. Now I see ITP HoleShot makes a 6 ply, that should be a bit better. I think the MXR or XCR Holeshot are good front tires, on paper at least it would seem, I don't have them.
 

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WARNING, the maxxis fronts are not the best(light ply). maxxis' raz'r 2 is a available i a 6 ply series and is still supposed to be lightweight. i'll let you know how they work, mine are in transit from rocky mountain atv at this moment.

ps i also cut sidewall on stock fronts
 

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I didnt do any riding on the trails with my stock tires because they got studded for the ice. I bought a set of the razrs all the way around and I have has them for like 6-7 months and only have gotten 1 flat but I do ride on somebad things on the railroad tracks so 1 flat for me is good. I do have a nail in one of my rear tires and I havent lost and air yet so should I leave it in or take it out?

Zack
 

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Id repair it now, because if it lets go when you are riding you would have to go back to your house with a flat
 

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my first time i had was maxis then i got carlesle or something like that .
 

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I really dont like the stock front tires. I find they push rather then roll over most things...In the snow theyre really bad. I'll prob go with some razr 2s next
 

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try dropping the pressure to 3 in the front and 2.5 in the back (depending on rider weight, i weigh 220), i set mine at these settings and they have been decent since.
 

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We have alot of catus thorns in the areas we ride. We put this purplish pick slimmy stuff (cannot remember the name) in all the tires... it is supposed to seal holes up to 1/4 inch.
We (my buddies and I) even put it into the rear tires of a rail that was having bead leakage problems and it sealed that (sucks coming back to camp for air rather than water or gas)
While I am sure it will not stop bead breaks from side loading or tears from other bikes it does do well for the little stuff.

I think it was about $25 a gal that does about 6 tires on a quad.
 
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