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Old March 17th, 2013, 08:24 PM   #1
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Thinking of cutting my iroks. Has anyone cut their iroks for better traction? If so how did u cut them? Can u post pictures of them?
Thinking of atleast removing the wear bars...dont know what else to cut?

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Old March 17th, 2013, 08:30 PM   #2
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the voids are so large on them already? what were you thinking about cutting?

the center two lugs with alternating from side to side?

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Old March 17th, 2013, 08:33 PM   #3
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I wanted more traction with my old Iroks, so I traded them for some TSL's

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I cut mine and just took out the wear bars and used a small blade to add some sipes into the bigger bloocks. Ill try and find a pic. Work great in the snow up here.

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You are so cute mini
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You are so cute mini
when that where's out then well... new tires I guess.
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Thinking maybe ill just cut the wear bars out..they are pretty open already..good point..
Have to wear these out before i buy 42" tslz..
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Honestly I think heart shapes really provide premo traction in the rocks and mud.
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Thanks guys!!


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I turned mine around and found a big improvement without cutting them.
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Really? Backward eh!
Hmm.
I guess if u say so..ill try it.

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I may try that myself.
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Really? Backward eh!
Hmm.
I guess if u say so..ill try it.

Sended frum da cumputar box in my hands eh.
Definitely in the sand, almost like a pseudo paddle. Worked well in the rocks too.
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