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post #21 of 29 (permalink) Old 03-22-2011, 02:36 AM
 
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Re: New Paddle Tires

Jetrench had 10 paddle Scats on his Revolt with pipe and programmer I think, and he was able to spin them fine. You may need to run a couple more pounds of air to spin them easier though.



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Did they throw a Huge monster rooster tail? I was thinking either extremes or rippers.. 10 paddle.. Opinions? Has anyone tried rippers or haulers?
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Extreme haulers 10 paddle I have sold quite a few. The guys up in Oregon like the STU 16 paddles for their sand and now "Turbo's". If you want Skat Trak, go Extremes for sure. That is what I run with a Skat Trak Mohawks on the front.

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Did they throw a Huge monster rooster tail? I was thinking either extremes or rippers.. 10 paddle.. Opinions? Has anyone tried rippers or haulers?
If your thinking turbo you need the Sand Blaster 26 Sand Tire Unlimited 16 paddle with the no. 2 large paddle.
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Did they throw a Huge monster rooster tail? I was thinking either extremes or rippers.. 10 paddle.. Opinions? Has anyone tried rippers or haulers?
I would like to have gotten the Rippers with offset paddles. With the turbo I think 14 paddle and get a wider rim to stretch them out for a flat footprint. I could not get the OMF wheels with the correct offset for the Revolt to stretch them. I just did not take the time to find a different wheel manufature. I should of. My brother just got the Sandblaster with the #1 cut for his stock RZR XP. That is what was recommended. I think he should of gone with #2 cut. They will work great in the soft sand at L/S but for where we ride # 2 would of been better. My next set will be the 14 paddle Rippers offsets.



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Jeff runs the STU Sandblasters 16 paddle No.1 cut on his Riot, its a great all around tire. I have to agree with Dave, it needs the No.2 cut, in the steep climbs the No.1's spin to much with the turbo. Check out Jeff's Chokecherry video.
Actually I think a guy needs a set of each. Depends on the sand and what kind of riding you want to do.
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Did they throw a Huge monster rooster tail? I was thinking either extremes or rippers.. 10 paddle.. Opinions? Has anyone tried rippers or haulers?
If your thinking turbo you need the Sand Blaster 26 Sand Tire Unlimited 16 paddle with the no. 2 large paddle.
How much do these tires retail at?
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Did they throw a Huge monster rooster tail? I was thinking either extremes or rippers.. 10 paddle.. Opinions? Has anyone tried rippers or haulers?
If your thinking turbo you need the Sand Blaster 26 Sand Tire Unlimited 16 paddle with the no. 2 large paddle.
How much do these tires retail at?
Get a hold of Oregon Motor Sports in Portland, Oregon or Sand Tires Unlimited direct.
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