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I want to replace the stock Bighorn tires on my 21 Defender LTD.  My riding is non aggressive hard pack trail. Gravel, dirt and about 50% of that pavement.  Some mud holes on the trail but I usually try to go around.

 I want to keep the stock wheels and I am considering the Tusk Terrabites.  Many reviewers indicate that the Terrabites run small.  I am leaning towards the 28x10x14 all around.  I am wondering what issues if any I might encounter.  Does anyone have experience   or opinions with this setup?   Thanks.

 

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I run Quadboss QBT 846 30"x10" on stock rims. Only thing I can offer is the rear tires will be even smaller than normal due to the wider rim (also they'll look fatter than the fronts).

 

Other than that, I've read a lot of people like the Terrabites. I considered them myself, but the QBT846s are very similar and I could get them easier (local) and I think they're a touch cheaper.

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