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It's been a while since I looked around at buying ATV tires, so just wondering where everyone is buying their ATV tires from these days? Do you just go to the dealer or do you order them online somewhere? If you get them online, who do you buy from and did you mount them yourself? Also please list your ATV tire brand. 👍
By Julio Cano
The tires which I bought on ebay cannot be balanced, it’s out of round.Tried riding and had wobble.
It was mounted in shop and they also put it on a rim they had sitting in the shop and same issue to confirm it.
Are they defective ?
They have brand new high quality tires for my old suzuki gsxr750 and want about $600 for two tires.
Is it worth it to pay that much or buy another set of front rear tires like Hexautoparts which has good reviews on trustpilot.com?
Any recommendations ?
By marek porowski
It’s kind of ATV related question as I need new trailer tires to tow my 4 wheeler.
Does anybody have any experience with loadstar 12” trailer tires ?
There is not to many choices for trailer tires here in Ontario and I was wandering if somebody can recommend me something.
I rebuilt the carb and went to install it and the choke end was worn out and it wouldn't hold. I ordered a choke end repair kit and put it on. This one was way to small for the hole. It measured on the thread 9.80mm. The original one is 11mm in diameter.
Does anyone know where I can get the right size choke end or whole choke cable that would fit.
I'm worried that if I order a new oem cable at $130 it won't even fit.
Any input is appreciated.
My experience for my 98 sportsman. .keep on mind it has the smaller rear rim so my tire choices are not all that great ...
Best... Goodyear mud terrain. Long lasting awesome all around great tire. No longer available of course
Worst. ...super swamper vampire . Too soft. Ended up on gravel a few times over a few months of winter snow riding. . Burned down from 1.5 inch paddle to 1 inch in no time. Junk. But if you are able to 100% stay in soft terrain they are insane
Current. . Mud lites . Pretty decent. But I miss my Goodyears
Hi I'm working on a 1995 Polaris explorer 400 two stroke, and I had planned to put in a new wiseco piston and rings and just hone the cylinder. I think it overheated at some point and the rings did not move freely in the old piston. The clymer manual I'm using doesn't really have much information as far as honing the cylinders on a rebuild, but I've been doing some reading and it seems that some cylinders are plated with some type of chrome or nickle plating but I'm not sure how to tell if it has been plated and if so with what. The Wiseco instructions say that their rings cannot be used in chrome plated cylinders. Any information on this topic would be greatly appreciated.
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