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Tires for Special Edition stock wheels

So I just picked up a set of 4 SE wheels in good condition for $200 shipped...seemed like a good deal to me. I'd like to hook these up with some new rubber for my 2011 700 EPS. I've been doing some research. Here's where I'm at:

Bighorns or Duro Power Grips? The price difference is dramatic and I've got a buddy who runs another model Duro on his bike and loves them. I'm concerned about the sidewall punctures with the power grips.

I ride VERY rocky northeast trails with some mud but tend to ride mostly in the winter.

Power Grips V2? What are these all about, can't find much?

Also, what size should I go with on these stock wheels?
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Bighorn will surely be a great atv mud tires. Not only its has aggressive tread design, but its built to last and to perform. It will surely fit well on the road and activities you do.

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I had a good experience with my Original Bighorns and wouldn't hesitate to use them again. I went with 26", they hooked up good in rocks, dirt and mud. (not deep mud holes, that's just nuts too me.)
Lot's of guys that have them get years of wear out of them. JMHO

I run Pitbull Growlers now but here's what the Bighorns looked like.....


*-::-* Silver 2011 Yamaha Grizzly 700 FI / EPS Special Edition *-::-*

JBS Hotrod Sheave, 16GR Weights and a Purple Secondary Spring
Black 12" Diablo Beadlocks with 26.5" Pit Bull Growlers
Warn XT-30 Winch w/ Wireless Remote
Moose Front & Rear Bumpers
Rage Customs Rock Sliders
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Garmin GPSMAP 62st
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I had a good experience with my Original Bighorns and wouldn't hesitate to use them again. I went with 26", they hooked up good in rocks, dirt and mud. (not deep mud holes, that's just nuts too me.)
Lot's of guys that have them get years of wear out of them. JMHO

I run Pitbull Growlers now but here's what the Bighorns looked like.....

That is one bad ass looking wheels and tires.... Also may I ask what brand of luggage do you have there?
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That is one bad ass looking wheels and tires.... Also may I ask what brand of luggage do you have there?
Sorry, I don't remember what bag that was. I didn't care for it so gave it away.

*-::-* Silver 2011 Yamaha Grizzly 700 FI / EPS Special Edition *-::-*

JBS Hotrod Sheave, 16GR Weights and a Purple Secondary Spring
Black 12" Diablo Beadlocks with 26.5" Pit Bull Growlers
Warn XT-30 Winch w/ Wireless Remote
Moose Front & Rear Bumpers
Rage Customs Rock Sliders
Ricochet Full Skid Plates
Garmin GPSMAP 62st
Maier Hand Guards
Plano 1510 Box

Rigid D2's
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