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Hey all
What about mud/soft tires?
I cant find a whole lot of info on whats available to fit
I would appreciate some help
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Well same size as the tyres that come with it preferably.
What tread patterns are available?
Can you post a link?
 

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Definitely!

The Terminators are the classic mud tire. They seriously can't be beat. They clean out easy, always find the bottom, and pull like crazy: Terminators

The Intimidators are a sick mud tire, and also a great AT tire. They're great everywhere. Intimidators

The Assassinator is the gnarliest mud tire on the market! Nothing stops these things. 3" nasty treads, and cuts through every kind of mud to pull like a mule: Assassinators
 

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Hi Super ATV, what are the options for the Talon 1000X using stock rims, as tall as possible with something like the intimadator or warrior. Also the pros and cons of lift kits and wheel spacers as they apply to our Talons. When are different wheels needed or are the stock ones good.
 

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Hey man! The warriors are about the best rock crawlers out there and crazy awesome trail tires. The XT is a little more aggressive. The AT is right there with it. A little less aggressive tread, but just as capable. The Intimidators are sick. They're one of the most popular AT/Mud tires out there. Lifts and wheels spacers are all helpful for different types of terrains. If you throw on our forward A-arms with your X model you can run up to a 34" tire with no lift.
Honestly, you can't go wrong with either. Just comes down to the terrain you ride and how big you want to go. If you're mostly trails and rocks, I go with the Warrior. If you're mostly muddy trails, I'd go with the Intimidator. They're both going to dominate any direction you point them in.

Edited: You have a 15" wheel...and we still have plenty of options! We have a 35"x10"x15" Warrior XT that is the sickest rock climber and trail tire out there. You just need to add 2" wheel spacers and you can run a 35" tire all day.
 

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Hey man! The warriors are about the best rock crawlers out there and crazy awesome trail tires. The XT is a little more aggressive and comes in a 28" and 34" for your stock 14" wheels. The AT is right there too. A little less aggressive tread, but just as capable, and comes in a 30" 32", and a 34" for your 14" wheel. The Intimidators are sick. They're one of the most popular AT/Mud tires out there, and come in a 26.5, 28", 30", and 32" for your wheel. Lifts and wheels spacers are all helpful for different types of terrains. If you throw on our forward A-arms with your X model you can run up to a 34" tire with no lift.
Honestly, you can't go wrong with either. Just comes down to the terrain you ride and how big you want to go. If you're mostly trails and rocks, I go with the Warrior. If you're mostly muddy trails, I'd go with the Intimidator. They're both going to dominate any direction you point them in.
Hi SuperATV,

Thanks for the quick response -- now all I have to do is make up my mind.
 

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Still looking at options -- do you offer the front A arms with the bushings and ball joints installed? If that is the only suspension upgrade than could I still run 34" tires?

I am looking to use the stock wheels and run on trails most of the time but love the mud and a bit of water. Some sand but no sand dunes. If I get wheels I would want factory offsets or offsets that best suit the vehicle suspension. Sorry for all of the questions just trying to figure the best possible tire combination for me and the Tallon 1000 X.
 

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Still looking at options -- do you offer the front A arms with the bushings and ball joints installed? If that is the only suspension upgrade than could I still run 34" tires?

I am looking to use the stock wheels and run on trails most of the time but love the mud and a bit of water. Some sand but no sand dunes. If I get wheels I would want factory offsets or offsets that best suit the vehicle suspension. Sorry for all of the questions just trying to figure the best possible tire combination for me and the Tallon 1000 X.
Hey! The new arms will definitely let you run 34"s. They don't include bushings or ball joints, but they do include the bushing removal and install tool and you can reuse your existing ball joints.
 

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Im running 30" M1 Evils..I ran them on my previous ride, an XP 1000 and liked them on that ride so I put them on this new Honda before I even picked it up. Great tread and wear like iron.
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Im running 30" M1 Evils..I ran them on my previous ride, an XP 1000 and liked them on that ride so I put them on this new Honda before I even picked it up. Great tread and wear like iron. View attachment 163
Nice ride! Anyone running 32s without spacers or lift kit. Do you have any rubbing at all? I am sure there is a demand for 32s to 35s that will fit the stock rims with minimal or no rubbing.
 

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Hey! The new arms will definitely let you run 34"s. They don't include bushings or ball joints, but they do include the bushing removal and install tool and you can reuse your existing ball joints.
Do you have anyi pictures of 32s or larger tires on Talon 1000 X. Also feedback on ride quality and if there is any rubbing at all. I am still looking and even looked at 33s (mud tire and 18 inch rims). Only one chance to get this right.
 

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Do you have anyi pictures of 32s or larger tires on Talon 1000 X. Also feedback on ride quality and if there is any rubbing at all. I am still looking and even looked at 33s (mud tire and 18 inch rims). Only one chance to get this right.
Sure thing! Here's a few pics of the X with our forward arms and 34" Warrior RT's. They're super smooth, and pretty much the best rock crawler/trail tire out there right now.


 

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OK new tender springs on the way as stock are coil bound. Should supply another inch according to vendor. Are there any 34 - 10 -15 I do not want to run any spacers or lift kit. I know the 35s require spacers is anyone making something that will work? I did see A arms with 3" clearance and Radious rods with 3 1/2 inch clearence. Which is more important when looking at the 35 - 10 - 15 and will they work on the rear without spacers. Just trying to fit the talon x down some tight trails.
 

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One last question, if I go with the 32*10*15 will I still need the forward arms? And do you have any 34*10*15 if I have to go with the arms may as well go big!

Thank you for being so patient.
 
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