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Thanks Barb,
The paddles are STU's 26x12x12 on 12x10 Douglas Sport Blues. You cant imagine how light they are, 22lbs.
Are the STU's what is know as the Sand Blasters...A coulple of our friends with pumped up Rhinos are running them...LBR and I were sure impressed of the traction.
 

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@Michael,
Mike hehe, this is my first UTV experience. I just went by what Dave at Fullerton Sand Sports recommended. He is a well experienced wheel and tire guy for SxS, Sand Rails, you name it.
If he thinks the Blues will hold up on a 1200 pound SxS then I will go along with it. All I can say is "so far so good".

@Barbara,
Yes, you are correct there Barb hehe. Its called the Sand Blaster 26.
 

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@Dave..
how much did you have them cut off of each paddle?
Sorry I couldn't how many paddles you had left on?
& 3rd...are they #1 or #2 paddles?

Thanks Barbara
 

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@ Odyknuck,
Hi Ody, it could be. Ive been reading the boards too. I will at least give it the eyeball test and maybe even measure the 3 oclock position on the wheels vs the 9 oclock and see what the dif is. Thanks for the observation.
@ Barb,
I have 16 paddles, its 3/4" paddle depth, sorry i dont remember whether it was #1 or #2. I "think" it was #1. Of the 16 paddles, they are alternately cut on one end as well. You can see that here. Barb, i had whats called a competition cut. They lighten up the tire inside and out by grinding away surface area.
 
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