Purchased a set of rears for my 400ex to do some mudding. Very impressed with the grip especially in soupy mud where it looks a bit sketchy. Not a huge lug like on the Silverbacks, for example, but other than that works well for its purpose.
I recently bought these tire to use on a Suzuki 500 4x4. The terrain I am using it on differs between Rock, Sticky Clay mud and slick bedrock in creek crossings as well as snow and ice. They have great grip in all of these situations. Awesome! A big Thanks to the guys at Motosport for suggesting these tires.
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Steve1 month 21 days agoLocation: Nacogdoches, TX, USA
ATV tire size?
I have a 2004, Honda TRX350TM Fourtrax, and I have on the rear AT25X11-10 and 24X8-12, on the front now.
Your tire chart doesn't show my tire size fitting this ATV, at all. I am not the original owner so the tires may have been replace with the above ones. What should I get to fit my ATV correctly, this is for a 14 year old who rides on pave roads and dirt about the same amount of time.
How much does this tire weigh? ITP, mud lite AT 22x11-8? also the 22x8-10?
I'm looking for tires for my brothers Honda Recon 200. I put some 25" mud lites on it and they are too heavy. They are also 4 sizes bigger than the stock ones. lol, but I already had them so I had to try them.
The ITP Mud Lite tires have a bit more round profile than the Kenda Bearclaw Tires. I would say the performance between the 2 tires would be very similar. With the rounder profile of the Mud Lite you may notice a little better mobility as far as turning.
This question is very hard to answer. There is some debate on which brand is better in each of these areas and unfortunately with tires such these, there is no statistical data to prove which one is better. I would suggest doing a Google search with Mud Lite VS Swamp lite and read through the numerous forum postings of consumer opinions.
On a 2wd ATV you can absolutely run different tires on the front and back. You will want to run similar sized tires to avoid handling issues. The slight variance in height between manufacturers will not affect the drive train on a 2wd, like it would on a 4wd.