I put these on my 400ex, after the first ride i was sold. Good grip and traction on dirt. Just enough "give" to break loose while cornering but grabs instantly out of the curb and WILL stand up if not careful. When its time for a new set I'll be buying these again.
These tires have proven to be the best bang for the buck. I have gotten great performance out of these tires. They hook up well and corner well. And so far, seem to wear pretty well also. I am very happy with these tires, and at $50 each is tough to beat. A+
i have had these tires for about a year now and the durability of these tires is very poor. within the first month i already had 2 plugs in each tire. it seems like they were only good for a few months. the tread wore down extremely fast. I wouldnt reccomend these if you do a lot of riding and have a high power atv. If you are the kind of person who changes tires every few months than they are pretty good, but i would go with a higher ply constrction for durability.
No, this tire would only fit on a 9 inch rim (like a 9x8 or 9x9) you would need a tire for a 10" rim. The Artrax MXT 20x11-10 tire would fit your 10x8 rim.
You can find the Artrax MXT 20x11-10 here:
Yes, if you are currently running a 21x10-8, a 18x10-8 will fit. Keep in mind, when mounted and inflated to recommended air pressure, the tire will be 18 inches tall, 3 inches shorter than your 21x10-8.
Would a 18x10-8 tire fit for my banshee if my tire size is 20x10-9?
I have bought from this site before for my xr500 and the tires where the correct size. The tires Iam trying to buy are 18x10-8. Will these tires fit for my banshee if there 20x10-9? Or will the site change it to a 20x10-9?
A 18x10-8 tire would need a 8 inch rim. Your tire size (20x10-9) is a 9 inch rim. These two are not the same size and would not work for you. You need to look for a size with the last number matching (9, that is your rim diameter).
you wouldn't have to gear it down...by putting the smaller tires on it that will gear it down reasonably enough.....but if you want to get it to run the same as before you should maybe go up a tooth on the rear sprocket
going to a smaller diameter tire will give you less top speed, but better acceleration. you could go up one tooth on the front sprocket or down up to 3 teeth on the rear sprocket to compensate. the front sprocket is a much cheaper option