ITP Mega Mayhem Front / Rear Tire

$169.99 - $204.99
$111.99 - $132.99
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ITP Mega Mayhem Front / Rear Tire
ITP Mega Mayhem Front / Rear Tire
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  • Please note: Tire sizes vary by ride, please check your current tire and wheel sizes before placing the order. If you have any questions, please call Customer Service at 1-866-667-6288.
  • This younger brother of the original ITP Mayhem uses all the tricks of its sibling, but has added some wicked moves of its own.
  • The taller, brawnier Mega Mayhem features an even more aggressive 1.5-inch-deep lug for ferocious bite.
  • Unique tread pattern behaves well on harder surfaces.
  • Lightweight 6-ply carcass delivers exceptional acceleration and braking characteristics as well as balanced cornering traits.
  • Unquestioned durability.
  • Tribal-inspired, embossed artwork.
  • Born and raised in the U.S.A.
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Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Houston, TX, USA
Abemarizoe
Love them!

I bought all 4 tires 28X11X14 for my 2014 yamaha viking. My only complaint is that I should've bought these sooner. They're not too harsh on my drive train, did not bogged down my viking, not too heavy, and perform excellent in the mud and hard pack. Very little vibration from 0-3 mph but still smooth on concrete. Great looks, an excellent tire overall, I would definitely buy them again, awesome performance, great price, not to mention 3 day fast shipping and bonus cash back.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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specialgrizz
Great tire

Tire performs great in the mud. Running 28in on a grizzly 700

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Rincon650
27in wide skinny combo.

I got a set of these for my Rincon and I can go place in 2 wheel drive that my buddy with his swamp fox pluses can barely go in 4x4 and these only have a 1/4in more tread. I've had them about 2 weeks and there is scratch and scuffs on them but I have drove them in the road. They are smooth on road after about 4 mph. But they don't compare to how smooth my bighorns were. On loose hill climbs they do awesome they are light for how aggressive they are. And not to mention how awesome they look when you have a tight turn and u see them stick out of your front fenders.

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
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Location: Orlando, FL, USA
Matrixticity
Good in the mud loose trail manners.

I put a set of 28x11-14 Mega Mayhem's on the rear of my 2011 Commander And running stock fronts down here in Florida where there is mostly soft sand and water. Some hard pack as well. First off I noticed an unexpected feel on the trail of very lose feel to the rear upon entering corners and take offs. Once they start to slide they quickly start to grab and get you through it without feeling like you were out of control. This feel was so apparent that my wife, riding as a passenger, was asking me what was wrong with our machine and I even stopped twice to get out to check to make sure I had not broken a bead and was running on a flat. Riding these tires at 7psi all day never had a bead problem. After a bit of time riding I started feeling more and more confident in the tires and pushed them harder and harder. Tho they would get a loose in the start of the corner I could compensate for it and it actually made it fun to run because I could drift around corners if desired yet I never felt as if they would not gain traction if I let off the throttle. But it should be know that the loose feel is there. Maybe running at a higher psi would help but I don't see it making too much of a difference. The tires held the bead very well and when in the wet muddy nasty stuff they grabbed very well pulled me through and I never put my 1000 Commander into 4wd. Not No Outlaws but they are up there in the ratings with them yet less likely to aggressively grab a root and break an axle. Overall I'm happy with the purchase and would buy them again considering the price. One main thing to note is the 28s are pretty true to height (two I have one measured 28 1/8 and other 27 3/4) but both only measured 9 7/8 for widest tread to tread width which is over an inch less than stocks or said 11" see/search YouTube vid to see for your self.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: effingham, GA

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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grizz550
Mega mayhem 27-11-12

These things are unreal!! Awesome look and great grip! Put them on my 13 grizzly 550 and it is beast!! Great price and easy ordering. Thanks MOTO!

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Bryan Location: central florida
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Mudman 4 months 12 days ago
How much do they weigh?
MotoSport Staff Expert
4 months 12 days ago
MotoSportExpert
The weight for the Mega Mayhem are as follows: 27x9-12 - 30.1 lbs 27x11-12 - 33.7 27x9-14 - 27.5 27x11-14 - 33.1 28x9-12 - 32.8 28x11-12 - 34.4 28x9-14 - 30.4 28x11-14 - 33.5
Bryan 4 months 20 days ago Location: central florida
What is the exact height and width of the 27x11x12?
Expert MotoSport Staff
4 months 20 days ago
MotoSportExpert
27x11x12 would be the actual size of the ITP Mega Mayhem Front / Rear Tire. More info can be found here: http://www.itptires.com/tires/utility-atv/mega-mayhem Also, feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
pbecnel Over 7 months ago Location: Louisiana, USA
Do the ITP Mega Mayhem Front/ Rear Tires come with the rims too or just the tires by itself?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 7 months ago
MotoSportExpert
This would be for the tire only (sold individually). For wheel and tire combos you can visit out Tire and Wheel kit builder section here: http://www.motosport.com/atv/tirewheelkits/
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