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Yes, we have mud in Arizona. Here is a photo of my sandals after we finally were able to get into a camping spot near Flagstaff a few weekends ago. Too bad my sandals didn't have a sole like the tread pattern of the Growler's.



When the monsoon season hits Arizona the soil here turns into a mixture of mud and nasty, sticky clay. Northern Arizona, near Flagstaff, is an excellent place to test the mud capability of the Pit Bull Growler XOR tires and I did just that.

Here is a link to my review.

PitBull Growler XOR Mud Tire Test

If you have some photos of you or one of your friends riding in mud with Pit Bull Growler XOR tires post them here and tell me how they did for you. I'd love to hear your experiences with them.
 

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Man....for living in AZ you need to work on your tan :smile: seriously, looks like a blast but a lot of clean up work!
 

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LOL!!!! I have lived in Phoenix AZ since 1977. You learn at an early age it is not a good thing to be out in the sun uncovered in that heat much, so I cover up or stay out of it as much as possible.

Great observation, love it.

You are correct on the clean up. My quad has a custom made one piece skid plate that holds a lot of mud. It took 2 &1/2 hours to clean everything up.

 
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