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Forgive me if it's a silly question, I tried searching "bearclaw site:raptorforum.com" but I couldn't find an answer. Will it fit?
 

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Yep!
 

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Yes just like the other 2 said. I have them and they work good. You don't have to cut the heal guards just pop them on and your good to go.
 

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Thanks so much! Currently searching for the best price I can get.

Post up if you know cheapest. Checking site sponsors now.
 

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I found them on rockymtn and they seamed to the the cheapest. The only problem I found with them is you can get stuck :lol: I only had them in like 6-8'' of snow, I havn't had them in mud yet. My cousin said they worked great doing hill climbs. The one thing I had to do it go to 13 teeth on the front sproket to bring back the the TQ.
 

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I just picked up that set and size from rockymountain. It was like 150 for the rears. If you use code 22560 on orders over 150 you actually get a credit of 20 bucks to use on your next purchase.
 

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Do you have any other tires? I got the kutters for normal riding since these were a little bigger than I wanted for a all around tire but they work great for the soft stuff. If you have standard gears you may want to get a 13 tooth sproket to get your torque back since they make your gears much longer.
 

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No this will be my only tire for everything. Bearclaw not a good choice?
 

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Na its a good choice but it all depends on what your riding. I would feel comforable using it all the time but I wanted a spare so I got the kutters and made the klaws my spare. They wouldn't last to long with the rock I ride, even though they wear very good.
 

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2 different looks. I would recomend the gt thunder rear lowering link to get your center of gravity back down.
Klaws


Kutters
 
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