I’m running dirt commanders on commander and the quad . Maxis carnivores on the x3. Carnivores are nice but they wear fast . Soft compound great for rocks. The dirts are good anywhere but asphalt. But they have 3000 hard miles . But needing replaced now. The black waters were gone in 800 miles . After 600 they lost there foot print and couldn’t keep traction going straight in 4wd. There’s a bunch of good tires out there now compared to just five yrs ago. Biggest key is to get one with a foot print so once it starts wearing down you still have traction. Most of the truck tire style are great all around . Some little more aggressive than others .
Okay thanks. I have 8 tires on rims here, and one rim, two rims on loan in Brighton ‘Rado, and one rim on loan in Colfax Wisconsin so if my ploomber math is correct, I think I have 9/3’s. Thanks for the help. Boogerhead.
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...
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...
This is what I want to do...is anyone running a similar set up? Post pictures if you are. I’ve read many threads, didn’t see very many pictures.
2.5” SuperATV lift
Black factory 14x7 wheels
28/10/14 Maxxis Carnivore, Maxxis Liberty, or ITP Coyote
Possibly wheel spacers
So I just bought a brand new '19 XT800R and was talked into wheels/tires before it even left the dealership by some buddies who apparently like to spend my money more than I do. I did a lot of research online and found that some information was harder to come by than I thought it should be, so...
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