These are badass on the rubicon!! You can go anywhere in the snow! They’d look awesome on a pioneer!
Baja MTZ P3™
Baja MTZ P3™
Hell of a good price for new utv tires and would fit my stock ride about same size as my LT's@BWAF i do have A-arms and shocks so should be good on 30. Actually been wanting to bump up tire a little just been waiting for the clutch update that’s now done.
Getting a little desperate with rains and snow coming but cash is tight. I know this’ll go over like a fart in church but I have been looking at these for at least the winter months possibly more. They are 6 ply so some better then 2.0 and I don’t want too heavy a tire, don’t want to push it.
Thoughts? View attachment 86714
29" POLARIS RZR XP1000 QUADKING UTV TIRES SET 4 - 29X9-14 29X11-14 BIGGHORN | eBay
What’s your opinion in the snow compared to the 2.0?this is what I used to replace my oe big horns, I went a cheap route with them thinking I would go bigger at some point. heck @Plumber32 thought they were big horns when he seen them in Idaho
2 New Radial WANDA ATV UTV Tire 27x11R14 All Terrain 6PR 27 11 14 Big Horn Style | eBay
only have 600 miles on them, seem to be handling pretty good for what they are, 6 ply, big horn like tread design.
I have yet to be able to tell the difference in those and the big horns, except I haven't gotten a flat yet. but we also only did one snow run last year, and the conditions were pretty bad. no one we were with could go any where. heavy, wet, deep, snow. couldn't drive through it, and couldn't stay on top of it either. the tread is like an 1/8" deeper than the big horns alsoWhat’s your opinion in the snow compared to the 2.0?
Ripsaws have in my experience been the longest lasting tire in all conditions. I've seen others last longer in certain conditions, but overall the Ripsaw has been the winner in longevity.Currently running Ripsaws
We try to run all year
Long living good traction dry but poor slick
Middle of the road on price
How about your all tire sets?
Really nice to head straight into an area with downed trees and tire poppers or climb jagged shale without a care in the world. Never a flat and they just last forever. There are deep gashes and chucks missing yet still holding. But...I hate always digging the machine out of the snow!Ripsaws have in my experience been the longest lasting tire in all conditions. I've seen others last longer in certain conditions, but overall the Ripsaw has been the winner in longevity.
But they do give up wet traction for sure.
It’s the deep wet stuff that kills us. What kind of mileage you think you could getYour problem is winter tires are polar opposite of what you want the rest of the year. That's why people that live in areas of heavy snow have specific winter tires they put on.
Pitbull growlers are probably my favorite UTV / atv tire. They get around
I'll bet you 2 cases of Coors light and a hand job that these are the best tires all around. I can plow snow all winter in turf mode. View attachment 86776
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