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    aggressive tire recommendations

    i'm looking to replace the worn out h-billie 26-4.25s that came on my minnesota 3.0 and i'm looking for a more aggressive tire for the next set to go on the bike. i am keeping it tubed and i ride this bike all year round so it sees dirt and snow probably 80% hard packed and mud and 20% groomed snow.

    so i'll take any recommendations you guys and girls and provide!

    thank you!

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    Bud and Lou is about as aggressive as you can go, but I'm not sure if it will fit in your frame. For 4" tires, the Surly Nate is very aggressive, although I've been running the 45NRTH Vanhelga and it hooks up amazingly well for how well it rolls.
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    I ride a 3.0.
    Bud front. Nothing Better.
    Rear Ground Control or Bulldozer.
    Dillinger 5 for a little tamer option.

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    Few Maxxis options to.

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    If your frame can fit 4.8, Bud and Lou for sure. If not, Nate rear and Vanhelga front.
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    nvm
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    Floaters, aggressive, durable, inexpensive, color choices.

    One of the only 4" tired I'd consider for year usr on multiple surfaces.

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    Bud front bulldozer in the back for me. Tons of grip
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    Why stay with tubes? Getting rid of them will help the performance of most tires.

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    Flowbeist/Dunderbeist combo... pretty aggressive. Great in snow.

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