It depends on your size. If you are going 28 inch or bigger weight is a huge concern, stock replacement size is less of a concern. I am going 28 or 29 inch so I am staying as light as possible but I am still clutching it a little.
I should add I am thinking of Zillas or Mud Lites. Staying well under the 50 lb a tire limit I am strictly enforcing on myself. Easier on bearings, gear ratio, shocks, steering etc. If I break an axle I will upgrade but I service my bike top to bottom and do not drive like its stolen.
I have tried Zillas and Mud lites tires, both of them are good atv and utv tires. They are inexpensive but reliable tires. The thing is that you should avoid getting to large tires. If ever you upgrade the size make sure to get next bigger size from stock size to avoid additional wear and tear to your transmission and clutch.
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