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does anyone know about the GBC dirt tamers tires. LOkks alot like the big horn but less $$$$
 

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I haven't seen them yet. If you have any info post it up.
 

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hey i've heard that they are bias not radials. which is ok with me and i found one site that has them but i cannot find it now (dang it). on the site i remember the price being about the same as other bias ply tires. the GBC site is strange i cant get on the site. i dont know if its just me or the site. anyhow they look just like the maxxis tire. the other thing is i remember the weight being lighter than the maxxis tire by a couple of pounds. if anyone finds a site with them in 25" post it, as i am interested in these tires. later Marinegriz
 

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hey i've heard that they are bias not radials. which is ok with me and i found one site that has them but i cannot find it now (dang it). on the site i remember the price being about the same as other bias ply tires. the GBC site is strange i cant get on the site. i dont know if its just me or the site. anyhow they look just like the maxxis tire. the other thing is i remember the weight being lighter than the maxxis tire by a couple of pounds. if anyone finds a site with them in 25" post it, as i am interested in these tires. later Marinegriz
 

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huh? i wonder how that double post happened? not even drinking beer yet! oh well. later Marinegriz
 

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here is a site http://www.atvoutfitters.net/gbc_dirt_tamer_tires.htm they looked like great tires. whats the defference between radials and Bias. Thanks
 

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Radials provide a smoother ride, just like a car or truck tire. I also heard they have a bigger footprint so you get better traction. Coach0, have you looked at the Kenda Executioners? I have heard great things about them and from what I hear is they do better in the mud than Mudlites and 589's and provide a decent smooth ride............Irv
 

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http://www.greenball.com/atvtires/dirttamer.htm

Here is the first web site I pulled up with the Dirt Tamer. I didn't look for the price, but this site gives you the actual outside diameter as well as the weight of the tire if you want to compare.
 
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