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Hi,

I am looking for a decent of tires for mostly rocky terrain. Any suggestions?

I am considering the ITP's and the Longhorns.

I have a 2008 Honda Rancher 420 with stock rims.

I blew holes in the sidewalls of two of the stock tires so I figure I better just get new ones.

Thanks.

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Here's the one's I am looking at. The next question is how do I know what size to get?

Maxxis Bighorn 2.0 - ATV Direct - ATV Tires and More - www.4atvtires.com

The existing tires are as follows:

Front: AT24x10x11

Rear: AT24x8x12

The only sizes in the BigHorns are:

25x10x12

25x8x12

Will these work on the existing rims? Thanks.

You will only be able to put 12" tires on the rear... your front rims are 11"

Have you looked here: Maxxis Bighorn » QUADCRAZY ATV Parts and Outdoor Gear

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Yea, I found fronts, but not rears. I cannot find rear tires anywhere. I think I might have to get new rims. I hope not.

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decent tire, but I would stick with the tire you already mentioned, IMO I think the Bear claw will wear down fast

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I hate to break it to you, none of those tires come in an 11" rim. You might have to suck it up and buy some 12" rims for the back...

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Kenda BearClaws are an awesome tire for a 4x4 quad. Stay with stock size. My uncle runs them on his 04 Rancher, he has about 1200 miles on them. With about half tread left. He rides on roads and rocky Kentucky terrain. Alot of people in Kentucky run them . All around good tire. Ran them on my Ozark for 3 years to.

picture.php?albumid=5851&pictureid=26686 Here is a picture of mine with BearClaws on it.

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Awesome. I was reading up on the bearclaws earlier today. Thanks for the info. I am going to order a set of 4. They have them in 11. Thanks.

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the good thing is that its a 6ply tire u wont be worrying bout popping holes in the side walls like ur stockers which were probably a low rated ply right?

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the good thing is that its a 6ply tire u wont be worrying bout popping holes in the side walls like ur stockers which were probably a low rated ply right?
Also have bead protecters built in. Roofing nail was the only hole I ever had in them.

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Do they come sized for an 11" rim?
To answer your question Bot, yes they do. Along with Mudlites and AMS tires, the Kenda BearClaw has one of the greatest tire selections for utility quads on the face of this planet.

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I'm impressed. I know what Kenda is all about...high quality on a budget. I use Kendas on my dirt bikes. Never knew that they had 11" though. Thanks BB

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I'm impressed. I know what Kenda is all about...high quality on a budget. I use Kendas on my dirt bikes. Never knew that they had 11" though. Thanks BB
Just glad I could share what little knowledge I have.:smilielol5c:

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the good thing is that its a 6ply tire u wont be worrying bout popping holes in the side walls like ur stockers which were probably a low rated ply right?

Yes, that will make all the difference in the world. I think the stock tires are only 2-ply.

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The Maxxis Bighorn 2.0 are amazing! But I am also a fan of the ITP Mud Lite XL's as well :) What kind of riding you looking at doing?

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