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have not, but imo it aint going to happen.
 

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My stock Dunlop 24x10x12 tires are approaching the end of their life. Upon a recommendation of a friend, I am considering 25.5x10x12 Pit Bull Growlers. Research indicates that these will actually measure 25.5 but I think my Hippo would fit 26 with no problem, so they size seems to be right. Am also looking at mounting these on ITPss108 aluminum wheels. Any thoughts or experiences with these tires would be much appreciated. They receive great reviews and glowing testimonials from those who have already purchased them. Am considering getting all four the same size.
Our trails are mostly hard pack sand. gravel and a little clay and some rounded rock and logs. Mostly typical Upper Midwest Northwoods trails in the forest. Only on a couple of occasions have I even needed 4 wheel drive on even the stock Dunlops. Have not done much snow riding yet but obviously here in the Wisconsin Northwoods and Upper Penninsula of Michigan we get more than our share.
Is this the right size tire?
Other than the coma inducing price:eek:, are there any know bad experiences or negatives to these tires?
Any negatives known to these wheels?
If I do purchase these, there is no debate about us having to raise our household debt ceiling.:eyebrows:
Thanks in advance
 

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The Pit Bull Growler XOR would be an excellent choice for your Pioneer. They are very tough, give great traction and ride smooth.

There is also a new Pit Bull Growler BG2.5 XOR tire that is also a 6 ply rated radial that comes in 26x9R-12 and 26x11R-12.

Here is a link to a review I did about it:

Pit Bull Growler BG2.5 XOR Review | The Squealing Tire

Let us know if we can be of assistance. As always we guarantee the lowest delivered price on the internet for all of the products we carry.
 
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