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need help with tire sizing and tread type

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my atv and the internet are telling me two different tire sizes that are way off and need help figuring it out..PLEASE HELPP

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First of all, what kind of four wheeler, if it is sport and you are looking to do cross country type riding, I recommend razors by maxxis. They are designed by a cross country champion. Great drifting and good hookup.

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On 12/1/2015 at 8:52 AM, ryan93 said:

my atv and the internet are telling me two different tire sizes that are way off and need help figuring it out..PLEASE HELPP

First we'd  need to  know  what   make and model  of ATV you  are talking  about. Knowing that ,    a member  can tell you  what the stock dimensions of the tire  it requires are. Tread pattern recommendations would  depend on the  kind  of terrain you expect to do the bulk  of your riding  on. Tread  patterns  for  mud  and  sand are  much different  for those  for  hard  ground, rock climbing  and  higher speed travel  on  reasonably level  ground .

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