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Hello,

I am looking into getting a second set of tires for my 2010 mud pro that are more for trail riding. I have looked into the Bighorns and really like them but the price tag is high.

Thanks in advance for any information.
 

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Hello,

I am looking into getting a second set of tires for my 2010 mud pro that are more for trail riding. I have looked into the Bighorns and really like them but the price tag is high.

Thanks in advance for any information.
You should be able to get a set for $600-$700, I’ve a set for $600 with less than 2k mile
 

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Watch for rzr and can-am takeoffs. Black waters are great also, better lateral stability than bighorn. XTRs are a solid trail tire, so are MSTs. Carnivores if you're going that large
 
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Really tough to say, depends on driving conditions and storage, if you park someplace high, dry, and out of sunlight they can last a long time. If you drive 1000 miles a year on hardpack/asphalt that will obviously diminish their span. from what I know of them 4-6 years is probably a pretty safe bet with proper care.
 

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Really tough to say, depends on driving conditions and storage, if you park someplace high, dry, and out of sunlight they can last a long time. If you drive 1000 miles a year on hardpack/asphalt that will obviously diminish their span. from what I know of them 4-6 years is probably a pretty safe bet with proper care.
Thank you. Four to six years seems like a long time. And since I don't ride often, I might have more :)
 
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