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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-26-2011, 10:35 PM Thread Starter
 
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Bajacross preferred to Bighorns or Pitbulls

I had pitbulls on a Renegade 800X then Bajacross on my RZR-S and prefer the Bajacross. Bajacross wear like iron, Grip well, great on hardpack and do well as dependable all around tire. 900 miles on a RZR-S last year and no cuts, plugs, tears, or flats. Only had on loose any air and that was stick remnants stuck in the bead. I was one the 1st to get the new sizes 26x9x12 and 26x11x12. Below is what the rear looked like after 900 hard miles. Fronts looked near new. These are the pics I took to sell it. I am going to try the same setup on thee Revolt.






2007 HMF customized Revolt (exhaust, fuel controller, wrap, bumpers and narrowed suspension for GNCC racing).
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Fireball Billet hubs, Holeshot ATR's and Unisteer electric power steering, swaybars and Tatum rack.
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Re: Bajacross preferred to Bighorns or Pitbulls

What ply rating are they??
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Re: Bajacross preferred to Bighorns or Pitbulls

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What ply rating are they??
8 ply


2007 HMF customized Revolt (exhaust, fuel controller, wrap, bumpers and narrowed suspension for GNCC racing).
Full hand controls, separate braking, DWT beadlocks, 2:1 steering quickener,
Fireball Billet hubs, Holeshot ATR's and Unisteer electric power steering, swaybars and Tatum rack.
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Re: Bajacross preferred to Bighorns or Pitbulls

I heard these are supposed to fair better than the Bighorns.
THEY ARE AN 8 PLY UTILITY SPECIFIC TIRE WITH 925LBS OF MAX LOAD

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Re: Bajacross preferred to Bighorns or Pitbulls

Notice the thick bead protection which sticks out past the beadlock rim.


2007 HMF customized Revolt (exhaust, fuel controller, wrap, bumpers and narrowed suspension for GNCC racing).
Full hand controls, separate braking, DWT beadlocks, 2:1 steering quickener,
Fireball Billet hubs, Holeshot ATR's and Unisteer electric power steering, swaybars and Tatum rack.

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