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  1. I would like to replace my ATV Tires after the winter season and go off roading. What brand should I go for? I would like to find something affordable yet durable.
  2. Got a new set of QUADBOSS QBT447 Utility Tires w/Scoville Boss Wheels! This article is actually my machine, take a moment to read: QUADBOSS QBT447 Utility Tires w/Scoville Boss Wheels » QUADCRAZY ATV Articles Ill be sending more in for the write up as we go through the winter and I get her out on the trail.
  3. Have a 2015 Outlander Can Am Max 1000 XT 2up want to put Bighorns on it but they dont make em for the size ATV came with which is F 26X8X12 B 26X10X12 will the bighorns work with no issues they are F 26X9X12 B 26X12X12 little wider Scubasonic
  4. Has anyone tried the GPS XII Run Flat tires. We just got a set for hunting season and these are the best thing I have ever seen. If your looking for a tire that you don't have to worry about flats this is the tire. We have purchased many different brands for our machines over the years and nothing like these ever. A little on the pricy side but I have to say well worth every penny.
  5. I own a stock 2002 Beartracker with 10" rims. I found a set of new take-offs wheels and tires from a Grizzly that are 12". Was told they would fit. Got them home and the right rear tire hits the muffler. all others fit fine. Any ideas or options. Can the ATV be lifted a few inch to make the new wheels work?
  6. I have a Honda Rincon 680 with a few mods... I also have 32" Gorilla Solverbacks which weight roughly 50 lbs. I have trouble spinning them in deep thick mud... If I switch to 30" Gorilla Silverbacks that weight roughly 40 pounds, will a total of 40 POUNDS make a big enough difference or no... Please let me know what you think... Thanks! In return, I'll definately be replying back to any of your questions if I an knowedgable in the question asked...
  7. CST is currently reaching out to our ATV fans by giving away five sets of 25" Ancla ATV utility tires on the CST Facebook page. With five winners, the odds are pretty good! This round features the Ancla ATV utility tires. Each set is offered in AT25X8-12 4PR fronts and AT25X10-12 4PR rears. The Ancla has a sweeping tread design, which provides superior traction on all types of terrain. Fans can enter the current sweepstakes, which runs until Thursday, August 29th by liking the CST Facebook page and using the sweepstakes app here: http://woobox.com/7co9gy/3zzub1. Entrants can even earn a bonus entry for every friend who enters the sweepstakes through a shared post-entry link! Don’t miss out on your chance to win a set of CST Ancla tires! Visit the CST Facebook page and enter today! And be sure to check out the new CST website at CSTTires.com! About CST Tires CST brand tires are offered by Cheng Shin Rubber Ind. Co. Ltd. (Cheng Shin Tire). Employing more than 20,000 people, Cheng Shin Tire is the largest manufacturer of bicycle tires in the world and offers products in many other categories as well. Distributed in more than 150 countries, the CST brand covers a wide range of market segments. CST products include tires and tubes for bicycles, motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles, autos, trucks, forklifts, agricultural and lawn and garden equipment. For more information, visit www.CSTtires.com .
  8. No lift , sorry I just put that tag on picture, But I first put ITP type 7 mags with mud lite 25'" tires on it, I think 25 X 8 X 10 on front and 25" X 9 or 10 X 12 on rear, all on 12 inch rims. It did no rub any on the front or rear and I even could have went up to 26" in the rear (Plenty of room) It gave me just at or over 2 inches in ground clearance. Man all the frame bottoming out went away and did I have some fun in the mud holes. This disgusted all my ridding buddys because I went everwhere they went and most of the time I was the first to hit the deep mud holes. Also If you want a little deeper sound just take the spark arrester out, sounds great. Caution though if you go from stock tires to tires like mud tires I went from spinning my wheels on steep hills (To steep really) to the rear tires catching fast and flipping it on me a couple of times. However I see you have a winch to weight you down in front. The second wheel & rims seen in picture are ITP type 4 mags with the same tires as above. Let me know if you need some help on the thing i have changed brakes it and a few other things. The above is a pm I recieved. Just thought I would share with evrybody.
  9. 2013 Brute Force, I believe the rear tire size is 22x10x10 !! I am looking to replace my rear tires on my my 4x2 B.F. 300 !! Seems like an odd tire size for the rear tires on my bike. My question is can I go 1" bigger, someway in tire size to where it would not affect bike performance ?? Seems like the 22x10x10 tire size is really odd !!! Thanks for any input !!!!
  10. I have a 400ex 1999 and have a spare set of rims that I think I'm going to put some mud tires on, so when I get invited to go mudding I'm not being pulled through vs. going through... Just would like to stay with the group but still be on my 2x4. Any suggestions? My quads rear tire size is 22-11.00-9 Not to worried about the fronts.
  11. Hay! Has any one got these ITP Blackwater Quad / Utv Tires? I don't need tires I'm just Qurios what their like, I have ITP TerraCross on the Honda now and I have had soo many flats Its not funny also, a couple of the lugs have huge cuts in them where I have spun the wheels over rocks on the ground. Other wise I'm happy with them But anyway about these BLACKWATERS do yous think they are in the same competition as the Maxxis BIGHORNS
  12. New to ATV's so have some general questions on best proctices and repairs. This weekend a buddy came over with his 4 wheeler. He is much more experieinced and in my haste to try to keep up, I seem to have dented a front rim a bit. That tire is noticably lost some air but it does not appear to be bad enough to go full flat. First, I think I can knock the dent back with a ball peen or a BFH and a cold chisel. Is there any other tips and fixing this sort of dent in the rim? Last question is on air pressure. I was very surprised at how low the pressure is recommended. The tires on the bike are Bear Claws. Rather aggressive tread. Is there any rule on pressure vs terrain? Does one always stay with the recommended or do you go over a bit in rockier stuff? I am not sure if the dent came from a rock or a tree stump. btw...pretty much thrashed the bike Saturday! It was a blast and it performed like a champ! Got stuck only once in some really deep muck on my property. Definately need to add a winch to it sooner than later!
  13. we hear the claims of tires and whats good for trail riding, mud,moto x, sand, etc. I want to know what tire is good for trails covered in leaves those suckers are slicker than mud I think. I would hit the throttle and then the fish tailing would start it was fun until you trying to stop and you slide while headed for a tree.
  14. My friend has a Yamaha Warrior 350 with ITP Holeshots. He keeps getting stuck cause they are flat track tires. We ride trails and creeks. He has been stuck in the creek a few times and he is finally ready for new tires. Right now he has 20X11X9 on it. I think the rim is 9 inches wide, maybe 9 and a half. The default size for the tire is listed as 22X11X9. We are looking to put a set of ITP Mud Lite AT ATV Tires on it. They have the tire in the default 22X11X9 but he really wants to get the 25X12X9. My question is will there be a problem using a 12 inch wide instead of a 11 inch wide tire. I don't think there really would be a problem but I want to be sure before I order the tires tomorrow morning for him. ITP-Mud-Lite-AT-ATV-Tire link
  15. im thinking of getting kenda executioners 26x10x12 & 26x12x12 currently have 25x8x12 & 25x10x12 on 88' Yamaha bigbear any thoughts on possible problems with larger taller tires? and any thought on brand/type i ride a mix of jeep trails, serious rocky climbing trails and snow
  16. I ride an 01 foreman 400 S and have been searching Craigslist for bargains on tires ( there are great deals on tires for sure ) but sadly I'm descovering that tries in the 11 inch dia. are really rare. Hope to find a set mounted on 12 inch wheels as a package. Any advice? I'll prob use chains in the winter as I'm sure I can get another season of dirt/trail only riding out of the current set.
  17. My OEM Dunlop tires are getting a little worn and I am thinking or getting a set of ITP Terra Cross RTs for it. Anyone put these on a KQ 450? Perhaps I first should have asked for recommendation of radial versus ply tires. I am looking for tires that handle / steer better than the OEM tires, and last longer. I do not do any aggressive mud / water riding - mostly gravel roads, forest trails, and some paved roads getting there. Open to any and all suggestions.
  18. 86 225 yamaha moto 4 rear tires locked up. My son was riding in the have wet snow and the rear end lock. hoping brakes moved to rear dif. not it ether took the clutch apart not them. I can get the axle to turn with a pipe wench anybody have any thoughts on what it could be? thanks Dan
  19. while i visited the ITP site, i noticed there were monthly winners, people that have bought their tires and rims from them. i inquired and was told to send a picture of your bike in and it goes from there. if anyone is interested, here is the guys email addy [email protected] i don't know what you win ????
  20. OK so im looking to get 22" GBC gator tires for the rear of my quad. What would be a complimentary front tire? I have a 400EX so big front tires are a nono. Also Ive see alot of sport atv riders wearing backpacks of some sort in the trails? are the comfortable? I will forgo the aluminum rack if the backpack is comfy.
  21. The Right ATV Tires Are Essential If you have not noticed lately, the most recently craze is racing around tracks, up the side of hills or through dense woods and forests. The all terrain vehicle, better known as the ATV is becoming more and more popular among racing enthusiasts around the world. And, of course, there is no better place than in the Unites States to be able to pursue this hobby. Now, you are wondering what makes the ATV so special. The most defining feature of the ATV is that it has four specially designed ATV tires. Okay, so now you are thinking—four ATV tires. They are just tires, but you would be wrong. The ATV tires have been designed to be wider and to have less air pressure. They are studded tires, also known as knobbies by ATV enthusiasts, that can withstand jolts and shocks that would flatten an ordinary car or motorcycle tire. The ATV tire is very special. Whether your passion is winding, backwoods trails, rolling sand dunes or wide-open fields, the ATV tires give you the handling and performance you want from your ATV. The ATV tires allow the rider to drive over all kinds of terrain in all kinds of weather. When the snow begins to fall, the roads and trails get slippery. This is no problem for ATV tires and they can maneuver through these weather related problems with no effort. Many people get very upset when they spend thousands of dollars on a new or used ATV but discover that it does not drive the way they expected it to. The problem may not be your ATV or your driving skills. The problem may be that you need is a new set of ATV tires. It is important to remember that the ATV tires should be replaced when the nub elements begin to round on the edges. New ATV tires will give you the extra assurance that you will need to make it through a sharp curve or up a steep hill. In order to develop a better understanding of the features, benefits, sizes, and specifications to look for in ATV tires, you may want to do some internet research. There are many different ATV tires that are available. You need to determine which ATV tires meet your needs. Are you only driving your ATV on paved tracks? Or are you driving through very rough terrain and need the extra gripping action that some ATV tires have? ATV Connection Magazine has many press releases discussing the new ATV tire arrivals and these articles can be useful if you want to stay informed of the latest updates in the ATV tire market. You want to make sure that you buy the correct ATV tire for the type of driving you do. Nothing is more important than your safety and having the correct ATV tire will help keep you safe. So, get your ATV tires checked and replaced them if necessary. Then go out and enjoy yourself by riding through the rough terrain knowing that you ATV tires will get you where you want to go.
  22. My favorite tires are Kenda BearClaws and carlile Trail Wolfes.
  23. Hey all, I'm considering changing up the stock bologna skins that came on my 550 Grizzly for something a little more beefer and better for mud. I don't do a lot of mud at the moment - but there are times... My brother has Maxxis Mudzilla's on his Grizzly and is really happy with those. I've found that they do raise the center of gravity and tend to make the bike feel a little less stable. Maybe that would be just my getting used to it... He has a 700 Grizzly When looking around on forums quite a few people recommend the Mudlite XTR's praising the tire's ability in the mud and the long lasting wear of the tire. Does anyone have any thoughts? Could you suggest another tire that I should be looking at? Most of my riding is trail riding but I do encounter mud. I plan to also use the bike quite often in the winter snow as well.
  24. Looking for a tire that would be good for trail riding at RAC in PA. I would like to have the tires already mounted and looking for the best bang for the buck or nothing too aggressive. Would the stealer be the most cost effective since I wouldnt have to pay for shipping? I already have a set of maxxis razrs on there already and not too happy with them (plus less than half tread left)
  25. I'm looking for some new wheels and tires for my 300ex. What size should I get. I do not want to loose too much speed and I am thinking of going up a tooth on the front sprocket. Let me know what you think. Thanks.

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