That looks great and aggressive, really compliments the quad!Just put 50 miles or so on mine and so far I really really like them, they really dig! Excellent traction! Ride very well at higher speeds (60mph) I did put in 8oz of counter act beads in each tire. I run the 35s on a 5.5 + 1.5 System 3 wheel. I think I'm going to be very happy with them and run them in more places than I thought I would vs my other set of 35 inch Maxxis Roxxzillas. They won't replace my Roxxzillas in Moab and slick rock however..... they will replace them in Disney Oklahoma and Windrock Park in Oliver Springs Tennessee.
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Thanks, that’s exactly the type of review that I was wanting, someone that just got into random mud spots but not out mudding all day!My bro n law has a set of 32” k9. At first sight I was like dag those are nice . Keep in mind these were brand new on a brand new buggy. We went through a medium size mud piddle and he come on the radio I’m stuck . I was confused I just went through same puddle in 2wd and didn’t even notice it . Now keep in mind he is not a good driver by any means. He normally just stays on my ass and uses the same lines as I do. I was a couple buggies ahead of him. I go back and walk out in the mud and it was less than boot high. I yell drive it Nancy !! He hammers and it just spins in 4wd. I hook to him and pull him out . Those tires imo would be a great tire if you would take the time to cut out every other center tread. His just caked over and would not clean out . If I were you I would look at carnivores. They are not as tall but an excellent tire for everything tire. I went with system 3 370 when my carnivores were getting worn. I had them for 2k miles and still have life left but I had a rock get stuck in rim so I bought 15” wheel and 33” 370. We have a few others that run the k9 in a 35” tire. They like them but they will not get in mud without a run at it. Lol
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