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post #1 of 21 Old 03-16-2019, 06:15 PM Thread Starter
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Cant decide Carnivores or blackwaters

Just about to pick up 5 tires for my commander 1000

Cant decide between 28 10 14 carnivores or blackwaters? Any insight would be appreciated

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Iím just a ploomber certainly not a mathematician but I would definitely say you will need to go with three of one brand and two of the other. You could also use a third brand for a spare but that might be confusing. Instead of having 2+3 you would have 2+2+1 in this case. One other option I suppose you could carry two spares and then you could have three of one brand and three of the other thereby; making it more symmetrical all the way around. Let us know what combination you go with. Boog.

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Carnivores they will continue to get traction even when they are worn down past half tread . The black waters wear fast and once you get to half tread they pretty much loose all traction when itís wet or muddy. They dig good when new . I replaced mine with only 800 miles on them .
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Iím just a ploomber certainly not a mathematician but I would definitely say you will need to go with three of one brand and two of the other. You could also use a third brand for a spare but that might be confusing. Instead of having 2+3 you would have 2+2+1 in this case. One other option I suppose you could carry two spares and then you could have three of one brand and three of the other thereby; making it more symmetrical all the way around. Let us know what combination you go with. Boog.
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Lol yep itís Boog just go with it thatís what we have done for yrs.
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I'm leaning towards the carnivores. I ride no pavement and am in British Columbia mountains if that makes a difference
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Lol yep itís Boog just go with it thatís what we have done for yrs.

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Any other suggestions I should look at?
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In the Wv mountains down here . Running carns on a x3 love them on the x3 . I ran the evos on my commander . We got hard pack soft pack mud and dust. Iím running dirt commanders on commander and quad . But no dirts in 28/14 .
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