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Sedona Spyder rims with Buzzsaw tires ? any good?

Hey everyone, I purchased a new 2012 grizzly 700 SE EPS last saturday. The dealer didn't have the stock rims and tires as he put them on a bruin I believe. On the grizz was mounted the sedona spyder rims and a set of Buzzsaw tires. They don't look all that bad and the all most all black rims looks really good matched with the Sandstone color of the ATV. I've done several searches across many forums/google and can't find many people running them. Just wandering if they are worth my time or should i throw them up on criagslist and get the ones i really want which are the DWT True Diablo beadlockers paired with 26 or 27 inch bighorns. Thanks for any input. I would love to hear what you have to say about the buzzsaws. I seen a few that really hate them.
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probably heavy and ride rough, what are they 8 ply.
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they are 6 ply tires but i do here they are heavy. I will try to take one of the rear's off and see how heavy it is with the spyder rim when i get back to my house.. maybe monday or tuesday. I can't post pics quite yet or links but if you do a quick search for the sedona wheel kit with buzzsaw tires you can see them. It is a pretty new tire.
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Never heard of them, pretty much all of the aftermarket rims around here are ITPs. A few people break the norm and try different brands, but when my dad tried that and went with QuadBoss rims we've had nothing but trouble with one rim. Definitely post pics when you are able, I bet that does look good with those black rims
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Yeah, I do like all of the ITP rims as well. I didn't buy these I was given these :) I just figured i could get maybe 500-600 for all if i didn't like them and get the ones I really want. The dealer had none of the stock ones left and when i told him i didn't want them they had nothing else to put on so they just zero'ed out the rims/tires off of the invoice. They really wanted me to buy this ATV :).. The tires themself look like they would be a lot better then the stockers that they put on the new 2012 models at least. I haven't had a chance to take them out and play yet though. I'm counting down the days till next weekend. lol
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Yeah, I do like all of the ITP rims as well. I didn't buy these I was given these :) I just figured i could get maybe 500-600 for all if i didn't like them and get the ones I really want. The dealer had none of the stock ones left and when i told him i didn't want them they had nothing else to put on so they just zero'ed out the rims/tires off of the invoice. They really wanted me to buy this ATV :).. The tires themself look like they would be a lot better then the stockers that they put on the new 2012 models at least. I haven't had a chance to take them out and play yet though. I'm counting down the days till next weekend. lol

Can't turn down free stuff! I wasn't hating on them, just saying that I hadn't heard anything about them b/c everyone and their brother around here has ITPs. I'd say take 'em out and give 'em a try and see how they feel, if ya like 'em keep 'em, if not, I'm sure someone would buy an almost new set of rims and tires for less than they'd pay at a dealership
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I'm running buzzsaws as my trail tire right now and the only complaint I have is the fronts want to push instead of turn sometimes. They actually are fairly light for a 6 ply radial. Guessing they are 2-3lb lighter than my Pitbull growlers.
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Thanks, it makes feel a little better that there is someone here that has these mounted. I have heard people complain about them jumping around and vibrating when going over 30-40 mph have you had any of these issues? Also what pressure do you run in them they came with 15 PSI form the dealer .. i quickly took them down to 5 PSI but like I said I haven't had a chance to take them out yet. When you say you use them as your "trial tire right now" would that be anything exept the deep mud? I see you also got the 30 Zillas.. nice!!
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i've heard negative things about the Rip Saws, not the buzz saw. I actually think the buzz saw looks pretty good... I kinda reminds me of the old Maxxis All Trak, and that was a very good tire. I'ts only down turn was it was only a 2 or 4 ply.
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yeah I saw guys complaining that the sidewalls on the Rip Saws aren't that good and pretty much anything will punch through them, thats why i'm very iffy about these buzz saws. Wondering if they have the same issues.
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I haven't ran the Buzz Saws but my experience with the Ripsaws was horrible. 2 weeks ago I was on the phone with Western Powersports (company who owns/makes Sedona Tires) getting ANOTHER one of my Ripsaws warrantied (bead started separating from tire) and he admitted that they were having problems with the 12" tires, something about the molding machine or molding process, but that they were still producing them even though they know the tires are bad. They said there 14" line was good though...lol
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I have had great luck with Bighorn 2.0's. They are a great tire and very tough.
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Hey “wrekd” Thanks for the info. They were good about honoring the warranty sounds like at least. Nothing I hate more is when a company tries to blame the defective product on something you did. That is bad that they are producing a product that they know are bad. I don’t know I’ll do my break in period with them to see how they do. I have plenty of mud, hard pack trails, snow, steep hills just minutes from me here in Idaho to give them a good test.
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Hey guys, finally i can post a pic .. Here is what they look like on my grizz
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