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itp or maxxis?

I think I've narrowed it down to either maxxis bighorn or itp Terra cross tires for my pio 500.. any feed back on either?
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BH's = Tire hall of fame ( the originals, anyway ). Work well everywhere except serious mud, and seem to wear forever. Don't know much about the ITP's...

Have you looked at the ITP Blackwater EVO's?
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I'm now also considering motoclaws... decisions decisions... is the off set the same on the front as it is rear of pio 500?
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It looks like it is via eyeball
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I'm liking the black water evos
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I'm liking the black water evos
I have those on my 700 and so far I love them...good looking tire, aggressive tread, and 8 ply so plenty tough.

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i have big horns simply the best tire....get bighorns and you will never look back
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Caliche and red dirt roads around here get greasy slick after rain.. those black waters look like they will work.. the 26" should fit stock?
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Caliche and red dirt roads around here get greasy slick after rain.. those black waters look like they will work.. the 26" should fit stock?
Yes the 26" tires should fit fine with no rubbing issues, you'll be glad you got them.
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I'm now also considering motoclaws... decisions decisions... is the off set the same on the front as it is rear of pio 500?
I have the MOTOCLAWs they look like they will wear forever and the ride is awesome over stock.. there kinda heavy tho.. but that helps me stick to the hills better ..
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