I like my outback max tires . I have used 9 different types . They are a good all round tire . The only drawback is they are not light . I have over 8000 miles on them and they have only have about 20% wear on them . 80% tread left after that many miles has me very pleased . A lighter tire will give you much better response but not last as long . Up here in northern Canada we pay so much for everything I wanted something that lasts a long time
I'm currently browsing for atv tires options and came upon this thread. I have to check every suggestion and since I have plenty of time, I might read reviews and see if the tires complements my preferences as well.
Blackwater evolutions I think are good for both. They are unidirectional. Clear out very well in mud. They wont get your through a bounty hole but will do fine for mostly everything else. They are comfortable on trails and won't best you up and are 8 ply so they do really well on sharp objects. But they are extremely heavy and will require clutch mods.
Best all-around is probably the Big Horn tread design that came on it. Not 2.0, but regular Big Horn. The group I ride with have tried this and that, and end up going back with Big Horns. Not the best for the road, not the best on sand, in mud, etc. But we ride all conditions, and the Big Horns do best overall. I'm sure I'll get some flack for this. But they work.
Looking for opinions on mud aggressive all terrain tires. Planning on running a set of 5 this year, so all the same size.
Up to 29.5" tire maybe
I ride pretty gnarly mountain terrain with a lot of rocks and mud. I do some ditch banging on my way to the trails, hit some gravel...
My new 2019 commander has the same issue as all the others. Brakes squeal and it’s embarrassing. I’ve read on here that the organic pads take care of the problem but that thread was a few years old. Are those still the best to buy to stop the squealing or do you guys recommend a better pad that...
I know it's probably been beat to death by now, but I have a tire size question. Assuming they would clear, what larger tire size would be safe on my machine. I'd like to run 29.5" Terminators, but not if it's going to cause other problems.
2" RT Pro Lift
RT Dual Rate Springs...
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