Second set I have purchased 1st set has 2500 miles on them and still going strong. These were put on a 2015 teryx 800 and no complaints
Kenda Executioner ATV Tire
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gift to my uncle looks great goes anywhere
Purchased item as a gift. Super speedy delivery from Motorsport. Tires installed with ease & recommended sizing from this site, also accurate! Good buy overall
I got a front tire and I've hit plenty of trails and mud holes never have to worry about anything
The tires are decent in mud, only down side to the tires is they are very heavy, and they suck in sand, but other than that they are a good tire.
I have had these on a 2007 Yamaha Big Bear 400 for five years. I recently put a set on a 2007 Kawasaki Prairie 360. I bought both sets from Moto Sports.These are great tires. I would highly recommend.
Husband loves these tires. Not as tall as expected. They do dig and will tear up some yard if its wet. "
These are not your everyday driving Mrs. Daisy tires!!! These tires make you want to slap your momma and your sister!!! These tires are mean, like an A-10 Warthog rolling in for guns!!! They go places in two wheel drive that larger more expensive tires can't go in four wheel drive!!! These tires are either moving your machine or moving Mother Earth!!! When you have to get across the gaping hole that opened up and filled with hot lava, these are the shoes you want to wear!!! Don't waste your time and money on other websites that claim to be the standard, shop MOTOSPORT.com and deal with the best in the business!!! I'm done cause I gotta go ride this beast!!!! Ride safe and keep the rubber side down!!!
Put these on a Kubota RTV 900 4x4. A huge improvement in off road capability over the stock tires. This thing will go anywhere, now. Have not had them long enough to say anything about wear, but so far, so good. Great service from Motosport, tires shipped out fast.
first of all motosport is the best place to buy tires,i have an online atv.store south of me and the way they ship and higher cost and fast shipping it is moptosport all the way.i have had the tires about a year and they hve been great on my 2006 honda foreman.i took them in some very rocky country bear hunting for 3 weeks and they preformed perfect ,no chipping ,great traction, easy handling.just a slight vibration on hard dirt roads.you can't go wrong with motosport.
at 30 mph they are a smooth ride on the road & really bite in on the trail
These tires are just amazing.. i have them on my Kingquad 400 and they work better than expexted. *Speechless*
First I was Happy Then My Customer was Happy with these Tires. Win Win...
Pro's: My most favorite tire when it comes to traction, and ruggedness. These tires will make your machine more usable for sure. They have gobs of traction and plenty of rubber to live for years. They are not easily punctured, and can rock climb to creep through some of the heaviest mud.
Cons: the real only con with these tires is weight...they will slow you down for sure, although they may be lighter than years past. And if you aren't looking for TOO much traction then this is not your tire.
These things made my 2wd garden tractor feel like it has 4WD!
Great snow and mud tire great looks bad to the bone. 5 star tires. Thank you Steve
The new tires didn't have the thread the old ones did. Therefore they do not pull as well probaly a 3rd less pulling in the mud and I was not told this before I bought them and didn't have time to look for a better tire
I put these on my 2012 Polaris Sportsman 400 HO factory steel wheels. Matched to factory tire size (25x8-12) these thicker tires reduced clearance to 5/16 inch (8mm) between sidewall and tie rod end. No spacer. Since mounting only about two hours of riding in snow, no problems.
The 27 executioners are big, heavy for a low boor machine but they are great for mudding do to the tread death and the width of the tire that keeps you on top of the mud better than the skinny execution like the stock 25's that are skinny and dig down into the mid, they skinny are good if there is a bottom. Both are good but in my opinion the 27 are better, I would highly recommend these tire for trail/ mid rider. These tires wear like iron and last a long time, the are also one tough tire, they are extremely hard to puncture and they have the biggest rim guard ever, the 25's have a bigger one than the 27's. I rode my executioners at welsvile and that place is basically all razor sharp for and I did not have a single puncture, will the other rider I rode with the rock slashed right through there tire. You just can't beat the price of these tires.
i saved over $250.00 buying a set of these from motosport, not to mention these tires are bad to the bone in mud, snow and just about any situation you can think of.
These tires have a very aggressive thread, which was why I got them for the back of my ATV. They have excellent traction in snow, even while plowing, I can't wait for spring to see how they do in my favorite mud holes. I had originally planned on getting another pair for the front later, but with these on the back, I don't think I need to. Since they were mounted for me, I can't attest to how easy or difficult they are to install, nor can verify their durability, because I haven't had them long enough to know how they hold up. Judging by their rugged appearance & construction, I have no doubts that they will be on my Grizzly 660 for a long time to come.
OEM Stock Sizes for a 2008 Yamaha GRIZZLY 700 4X4
Front Tire: 25x8-12 Rear Tire: 25x10-12
While we get asked this question most frequently, the decision is ultimately yours! If you are interested in taller tires, first realize these things:
-Larger tires may void your manufacturer's warranty.
-Larger tires may cause a loss of bottom end power, due to higher gearing and increased rotating mass (weight of tires).
-Larger tires cause more stress on drive train and suspension components.
-Larger tires will raise the center of gravity (CG) of your machine.
Unfortunately there is not a list of oversized tire sizes that will fit a given ATV. I would suggest checking your machines clearance. This can be done by turning your tires all the way one way or the other and checking the clearance you have from tie-rods, shocks and any other components that might interfere.
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Pricing varies by size.