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would you suggest the hauler or extremes?

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would you suggest the hauler or extremes?
21x12x8 6 paddle Extreme's with a bead to bead buff...run about 5 lbs racing and 8 lbs duning...I ALMOST like these better than my 21x12x8 6 paddle Paddla Brats...which were twice as much money...

I have all 3 on different LTR's...Haulers, Extreme's and Paddla Brats...just for reference...I think I like the Extreme's for the money...if money is no object? Then get the Paddla Brats...they are light as air...




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I actually just found 20x10x8 6 Paddle haulers in my garage that we used on my old 200SX Honda, it should be the same bolt pattern, 4/110. Forgot I had them

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Ok i have an 06 LTR 450... Cherry Bomb, FMF, with the stock 18's, but my paddles are 20's my sprockets are all stock. But i feel like i loose alot when i get on the sand. Anyone know of a good sproket tooth number to go with to gain it back....?
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13 tooth up front will be perfect should be under 20 bucks and very easy to replace. That is what I run with my 20" skat track haulers, cherry bomb, air box lid gone, and baffle out. Good luck and happy duning!


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Need advice on paddles for drag racing. Got a big bore 498 cylinder and stroker crank takes it up to 527cc have 15 tooth on front sprocket. How many and what kind of paddles would you all suggest?
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I run 22 inch Haulers on my LTR with stock gearing, Cherry Bomb, airbox lid off, and baffle out of the exhaust and they work great!

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I have a 2003 LTZ400 and I'm about to put on a 4" extended swing arm and a full exhaust system and I was not sure what gearing I should use on the new sprockets for dune riding (tree shots, hill climbing, etc...) with ITP Sand Star paddles.
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Don't know about the 400 but here is some gear ratio info on the LTR. final drive may be close to the same.


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