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How much does a set of 6 paddle haulers usually run?

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I have fround them from 70.00-90.00 a tire It seems 75.00 is the average.
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thanks yeah i learned alot reading all this and now anyone have any pics of the top choices for paddles? i was hoping that my cowbell would make up for the extra weight of the SSII

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AND..... I don't have a pic of my 21" 7 paddle haulers off the bike so I guess you have to see them on the bike


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Never get tired of looking, laughing, pointing fingers, etc. b/c it is so stock?

Sorry. They are blue labels on the rear. Nanco carcass. 21X12-8 (4 psi)

SS&#39;s are 21" on heavy weight T-9&#39;s for when I run over slow yellow LTR&#39;s :P

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Guess I don&#39;t know what I am talking about because they looked kinda stock to me...

And no I&#39;m not laughing because of stock...looks good...AND your probably about $4,000 bucks ahead of me...

Bling makes my wallet sting :P




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And no I&#39;m not laughing because of stock...looks good...AND your probably about $4,000 bucks ahead of me...

Bling makes my wallet sting :P
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I copied Clone on the tire setup.... I had a full set of Sand Stars and now my Sand Star rears are the back up wheels when riding the nasty stuff like Cinders or the local river bottom.

I too run a 7 paddle hauler 21x12x8 on a set of blue labels in the rear. However I only have a BPU Ltr (Basic Power Upgrades). So I&#39;m going to try out Robs triple buff aka super light buff 6paddle extremes next chance I get. Then I&#39;ll probably need a set..... and If I can&#39;t wait till then.... I might give these to the wifey and get the 6&#39;s for me....

And yep I&#39;m Skeered to try the brats for the same reason. There was a set on planet sand I thought about not too long ago for $300 with wheels.

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