Have any of you guys above ever experienced these tall skinny tire in rough/wet terrain? I have owned quite a few carts both home made and store bought. While tall and skinny might hold true for truck tires, here is the down side. Its makes the load unstable, with a high center of gravity, the spokes clog up with mud making it impossible to move, even a small branch with cause your load to want to tip over. I fixed this by widening the wheel base and then adding a disc over the spokes to reduce mud build up but still not the greatest for really bad waterfowl type terrain. Best cart ive seen used the atv turf style tires that didnt leave tracks wanted to float over the mud and no build up, guy also built a scrape bar low on the rear of the tire to prevent mud from staying on tire BUT THIS WAS FOR ATV. Nothing was or will be perfect for this, not even a sled. After i about killed myself getting a doe to the road thru a wet winter wheat field i set out to make the perfect cart/sled. Still not there yet. My idea is a taking a decoy sled and adding some racing swamp buggy wheels to it and pull that, sled will float it in deeper water, and it will go over anything.