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    Honda Pioneer Build For Muddin'

    So who's going to be the first to through some big ol' 32'' Silverbacks on a Honda Pioneer?

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    Re: Honda Pioneer Build For Muddin'

    someone that plans on being a parking lot pimp. sorry, i know its a strong drive train, but powerful it is not. you throw some dirty twos on it and hit the mud.... forward movement will cease with the quickness.




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    Re: Honda Pioneer Build For Muddin'

    True, but you know someone will do it

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    Re: Honda Pioneer Build For Muddin'

    After getting over the pain from the purchase, I'm planning on some 27"'s.
    Before leaving the dealership, we were measuring the clearances and it looks adequate.

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    27's would like nice. Have you decided on a brand or tread pattern yet?

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    Re: Honda Pioneer Build For Muddin'

    I've always had great satisfaction with Maxxis brand of tires. I have the Maxxis Big Horn tires on my Rubicon and have very recently installed Maxxis E rated trailer tires on my tandem axle 20' utility trailer. Something about Maxxis some folks may not know. At least with the trailer tires, Just about every manufacturer has their trailer tires made in China. Maxxis is made in Thailand. Still Asian, but a Much better tire. I've read so many horror stories about these "China Bombs". So I'm staying with Maxxis. As for the Pioneer replacements, going with the Maxxis VIPR'S.

    Maxxis VIPR Radial ATV Tire | Tires and Wheels | Rocky Mountain ATV/MC

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    That will look tough on your Pioneer!

    Agreed on the Maxxis tire lineup and especially their trailer tires. I don't understand why people want to put cheap Chinese tires on trailers?! Just put a nice set of Maxxis on there and have a flat free trip

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