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Picked up the Raptor Wednesday and mounted the 22" mudlites right away. I took the raptor out in about 9-12 inches of heavy wet snow today.
I was amazed at how well it did. 2nd gear was useless, but third gear really did the trick. I climbed a hill that my friend's 2002 sportsman didn't make it up. He started digging 4 holes when he got near the top. I was able to keep my speed up since the raptor weights have as much.
I was REALLY happy with how well it did in the snow with the 22" mudlites



 

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yes, 22"
 

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Good choice, I schooled a couple utility 4x4's with mine on an icy/snowy hill yesterday as well. :thumbsup:
 

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Jeff Did You change the gearing at all or is it Stock ?? please Details
 

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Jeff as far as the mods go your all stock right. did the mudlites hurt your bottem end power real bad or what?
 

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while were talkin about tires everyone stay away from the kenda knarlys they suck balls i got some and the pack mud they dont clean out at all i havent tried them in the snow yet but i'll have some new ones by then probly mudlites
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They do look good on there but i say leave them for the utility...its kool that u could show them a thing or two tho on a rappy
 
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