I agree with RobG and try and get them balanced. My 26" Mudlites ride great and there is no wobble whatsoever at any speeds. I have heard of other Mudlite owners who have had out of balance issues with them but nothing that a good spin balancer wouldn't cure.
My Mud Lites run smooth through out any speed. What pressure do you have in them? I found that the best ride and performance for me is at 4.25 to 5 psi on my 26" Lites.
Rob, When we put the Bighorns on my brothers Eiger it had quite a bad shake to it once you got over 30 mph but at slower speeds there was no problem. I questioned the distributor and he went back to Maxxis with the problem and they replaced the tires. All I had to do was cut out the date stamp from the sidewall of the bad tires and send them in to the distributor to show proof of ownership. This also insures Maxxis that these tires can't be sold to anyone else, so I have 4 like new Bighorns with holes in the sidewalls setting in the barn.
No these were not blems, I have not and will never purchase a "blem" tire. Maxxis was reimbursing the distributor for the tires because they new they had some bad tires out there when they first came out. I have bought a few sets of tires and some other miscellaneous stuff from this place, ATV Outfitters, and they are very good to work with.
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