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    The stock Tw rear tire is 14#.



    The popular Big Horn 26x9/14 is 23# (the tread is 7/8)



    The Big Horn 2 26x9/14 is 21.2#



    The Terracross 26x9/14 is 25.6#



    The Terracross 25x10/14 is 24.5#



    The Terracross 25x9/14 is 18.5#



    The MTC Moto Grip 26x9x14 is 28# (the tread is 1 1/4)





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    Close your eyes and pretend it's filled with helium. Denial is great therapy



    The stocker weighs 15 1/2 lbs. A standard-duty tube weighs about 2 1/2 lbs., thick heavy-duty tubes almost a pound more.



    Pretty depressing. lol. I pulled the batteries out of my digital scales. Everything is weightless now.



    Did that monster seat yet?



    I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lizrdbrth View Post
    Close your eyes and pretend it's filled with helium. Denial is great therapy



    The stocker weighs 15 1/2 lbs. A standard-duty tube weighs about 2 1/2 lbs., thick heavy-duty tubes almost a pound more.



    Pretty depressing. lol. I pulled the batteries out of my digital scales. Everything is weightless now.



    Did that monster seat yet?




    No just put it in the sun at 70# and give it anouther week till I go to 75#



    The Terracross 25x9/14 at 18.5# looks like the best choice to keep the weight down.





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    That thing will leave a nice footprint. Nice of you to take another one for the team.



    My Bighorn and Terracross weren't too far off from advertised weight. Wish I could say the same ting about the fronts.



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    I have a tw230 so it can turn anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xdac View Post
    I have a tw230 so it can turn anything.




    We've created a Monster!





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