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I have an 07 King Quad 700. I ride below 30 mph always and I rarely exceed 15 mph. I like to ride technical stuff, but not crazy technical. I have a full time job (no serious injuries please) and do not want to roll my quad down a cliff. I'm looking forward to the snow when it arrives.
The Question: 25" or 26" Bighorns?
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So if it were me, I'd go with the 25" tires, especially if you sometimes toss a lot of gear on the racks (raising the CG even more). High CG's can lead to this:
Good thing that little tree was there else my buddy would have rolled my wife's Grizzly all the way to the bottom of the canyon, and she would have been even more pissed when we got home.
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25" for trails (no brainer)
26" rocks (clearance, clarence)
26" for snow. If you're on snow, you want as much height as you can get, even more so than rocks.
25" power, but since you drive slow....not a big consideration
26" for tire protect on rim.
BTW..moved to Tires.
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