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I was surfing eBay and came across a guy who is selling 21x11-9 Maxxis Bighorns. I remember ONE guy who had these on his Outlaw but I can't find pics and don't even remember where I saw it. If these are truly this size, they would make for one sweet mud tire. eBay Maxxis Bighorns link
 

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Looks kind of sketch to me, they really don't look the right proportion to be that size...
 

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Wierd they look too luggy or something. I have never seen anyone that ran those for a sport quad application.
 

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mine are likely deeper lugged and designed for a sport quad.........
 

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pic no work?........
 

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They were dirt cheap too. Like $50 or less each brand new.
 

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Pic work well. What tires are those d-man?
 

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I was the guy that had bighorns on my outlaw. I will post up some pics of them. They were designed for sport quads, and if those truly are the size that he says they are, that is a rare find. This is the first time I have seen them for sale since I got mine over a year ago. They work well, however, they are a power robber of course, big and heavy. I sold my set on brand new IRS offset wheels i got from rocky mountain atv on ebay a few months back for $50 bucks for both of them. The guy got a steal! But I didnt use them and didnt really like them, I dont really know why I didnt like them, i just didnt. They have to be the best mud tire for all terrain on a sport quad, the mud cleans out awesome and they work well on just about all terrains. The only problem is that they come within about a half inch of the swaybar links when the suspension is fully extended, but i never had a problem with them rubbing. I will get the pics up later.
 

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Sweet! I'm looking forward to seeing those pictures again. Thanks for the quick review on them too.
 

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mine are Mud Sharks.
In 2 feet of soft snow, I can ride endless wheelies in 3rd gear with them. They are awesome in my opinion, I will say that they have like 4 times the traction that the stock ones do in snow or mud.
 

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Cool looking tires for sure d-man. It would be nice to have a set of those for the winter months around here.

Does anyone make a stock replacement wheel in the proper offset if I want to buy another pair for the rear?

BTW what brand are those skid plates for your lower arms?
 

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Plates are PRM.
Rocky mountain makes wheels, just like stock, but they might be a tad thinner metal.
 

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Do you like the PRM plates? Do you think they are made well? Which thickness did you go with? Seems they made a few different ones.

Thanks for the wheel info.
 

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I think I bought the thinner ones. I don't plan on rock-crawling with it.
They are awesome, I bought them to keep sticks from poking the CV boots, and they really HELP! I think they are awesome quality and fit.
 

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those look kinda like blackwaters I haven't seen them since 1996
 

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Thanks for the reply d-man. I am going to order the arm skids and wanted to make sure they are a good quality fitment. Sounds good to me.
 

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You won't be disappointed
buy a set of tires too!!!!!!
 
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