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    Ok guys I need a little help. I'm trying to purchase a set of tires for my Grizzly 550 EPS. I'm currently overseas and while I have good internet access, I have limited phone access. Most of the dealers in state don't advertise their prices on their websites so I can't compare local and online prices.
    The best deal I've found so far is $423.96 shipped, for ITP Mud Lite XL's 26x9x12 (front) and 26x10x12 (rear). The ITP Mud Lites seem to get a pretty solid review on this forum and I'm hoping that at 26" they won't be too much for the 550 to spin. I guess the question is should I make the purchase or can I do better when I get home. Thanks in advance for the advice.

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    There is a guy on Craigslist selling the Pitbull Rocker/Growlers in 25.5" for $500-$575 or so depending on which one you get.... He's a local guy..... With that said if you can get MudLites shipped to AK for that price you found a deal....

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    Quote Originally Posted by chasing View Post
    There is a guy on Craigslist selling the Pitbull Rocker/Growlers in 25.5" for $500-$575 or so depending on which one you get.... He's a local guy..... With that said if you can get MudLites shipped to AK for that price you found a deal....
    Thanks for the Craigslist suggestion, I'll take a look at it. I found the Mud Lites at motorsports.com. Free shipping in the lower 48 and it was only $64 to AK.

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    I got a set of kenda 27s to ak for 402 shipped. only problem is they were in stockon the website but out of stock so there on back order.
    tirepackage.com

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    Lightbulb Reading is fundamental.

    I just noticed the thread FishKing started two weeks ago, answers this exact question Next time I should look before I leap.

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