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    Default Ag Tires


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    Lower your top end on the highway by a few mph and the will work.


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    If mine was a trail only, I would consider ag tires. They just look like fun

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    Get the R2 version (Rice and Cane). Even taller lugs!

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    Lots of guys here run the Rice and Canes. It's hard to argue against them after you've seen them at work... That is, as long as no highway driving is in your future.
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    That one actually fits my rims, but there is an apparent shortage of them along with them being non-highway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug View Post
    Lots of guys here run the Rice and Canes. It's hard to argue against them after you've seen them at work... That is, as long as no highway driving is in your future.
    That Iowa mud has been legendary since the first automobiles traversed that part of the country. I think that they used to call it "cloying mud"
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