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Old 02-20-2010
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maxxis bighorns?

Has anyone ran these? I you have would you say they are a pretty good all around tire? They look like they would preform well in slick conditions if they were siped. Any input would be great.

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Old 02-20-2010
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I have had them since december and really like them. they preform well on the street in the rain and in the mud. i would get them again for sure
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Old 10-23-2010
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hey noel do you know how they do in loose sand?
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Old 10-23-2010
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for the price great tire! sold two sets today actually haha. alittle noisy on the road but good traction
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Old 10-23-2010
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there crap tires... i had them, if your alignment is off just a toutch there gone in a week.... they do well in snow and mud, really noisey on the road and for the price there a C at best. i would sink the money for a better tire like a KM2, less noise as good if not better off road, and much better road characteristics
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Old 10-24-2010
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i ran buckshots for a long time and loved them, maxxis makes a good tire imo, my buddy ran bighorns and swears by them. i have a friend who has a deep that has the km2s and he got stuck in places i made it thru with the buckshots, and for all the used mud terrians ive owned, on the highway they were awesome, but i also like the noise but for a mt they were smooth
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loved mine
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