Maxxis Bighorn Front Tire

$200.99 - $233.99
$118.99 - $144.99
4.70 out of 5 stars
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Maxxis Bighorn Front Tire
Maxxis Bighorn Front 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.

The Maxxis Bighorn ATV tire is a rugged and performance-oriented radial tire that is ideal for dessert, dirt or rocky terrain.

  • The Bighorn ATV tire has a radial construction which offers a significantly smoother ride over rough terrain.
  • The advanced tread design allows the tire to be truly all terrain.
  • Features a wrap-around tread design on the shoulder for maximum protection for the sidewall and wheel.
  • The 7/8" deep tread pattern gives the Bighorn ATV tire long life and amazing traction.
  • The Maxxis Bighorn ATV tire has a 6-ply rating to handle the punishing abuse of aggressive riding all day.
  • The raised lettering on the Bighorn tire lets everyone know you rely on a top quality tire.
  • Note: The Maxxis Bighorn tire is sold individually.
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Location: Western Colorado
GOL15
GOL Great tires

Well I have the Bighorns on for a year now and have used them in all weather conditions from 3500 feet in the High Desert to 12500 feet in the High Rockies mud snow and. I have about 900 miles on them. Good tire for everything I have used them for on my 2013 on Grizzly 700. They are heavy and tough running 5 pounds pressure and getting a little flex on the side wall they give a good ride could not be happier.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Missouri, USA
Jeff
Excellent tire

I have not had them for a long time, but I really like them so far, which is why I gave them 4 stars on durability. I put these on my 2007 Polaris 700 Ranger, it seems to roll easier than the other tires that I had on it, and really seams to dig in and pull good.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Amarillo, TX, USA
Ch3rn3JaggedX
Maxxis all the way!

I ride in the rocky & rugged mountains of northern New Mexico. The Maxxis Big Horn Tires have yet to let me down!!! (And let me tell you I'm VERY rough on my tires)

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
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Location: Western Colorado
Gerald
Only one ride

I put these on my 2013 700 Grizzly and they are a lot more aggressive than they appeared on line. The dirt and rock was perfect for traction and I could not hardly spin them. The 12 x12 x 26 is a very large tires. I am runnig 6 pounds in them and would not be afraid to go lower in areas that are not boulder strewn. The only reason I didn't rate them higher overall is because I only have about 80 miles on them in one type of country. I am going to Moab next month and the high country of Colorado in August i will write another reviews this fall.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: new mexico
beagle3
Maxxis radials

These tires are great. My Polaris came originally with Maxxis tires and I road them for over 3000 miles on rugged back country trails in Arizona, Utah & Colorado & never had one flat. These new Bighorn Radial have a much smoother ride over rocks & have wider footprint for easy travel over the sand. The tread pattern rolled over the side walls gives me a lot more confidence when I am banging my way thru tight rock formations.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: VALDOSTA, GA
68roadrunner
BIG SAVINGS!!!!!!!!!!

TRUE STORY, I CALLED LOCAL POLARIS DEALER TO GET PRICE ON 4 TIRES THEY QUOTED ME $950.00 SO THEN I CALLED A LOCAL ATV REPAIR SHOP WHICH THEY GUY WHO OWNS IT IS A FRIEND FROM HIGH SCHOOL. I WASN'T SURE IF HE SOLD TIRES OR NOT HE QUOTED ME $925.00. SO I WENT ONLINE AND SAW I COULD GET THEM FROM MOTOSPORT FOR $545.96. SO I CALLED MY FRIEND AND TOLD HIM THE PRICE. HE SAID TO TELL HIM WERE I FOUND THEM THAT CHEAP SO I SENT HIM THE LINK. HE CALLED ME BACK ABOUT 15 MINUTES LATER AND SAID THAT I HAD BETTER BUY THEM. HE SAID HE COULD NOT EVEN GET THEM THAT CHEAP FROM HIS SUPPLER. IF YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY LOOK NO FURTHER.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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tfgy

Fast shipping, good price, thanx

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Youngstown, OH
rb10475
What a difference!

I switched the OEM bias ply tires out with these Big Horns. What a huge difference! The ride is smoother, atv more stable, and I feel like superman going through the mud holes. These are great tires. However, the hard compound makes stopping on pavement a little harder.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: Longmont, CO.
btown

Great tire. Best price. Prompt delivery.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: Georgia
2012FOREMANnGA
BADA$$

I love these tires for trail riding and as a durable all purpose tire. I wouldnt call them a "mud" tire but they perform great elsewhere.

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Mike 1 year 10 months ago
Is this a non-directional/bidirectional tire like the bighorn 2.0?
MotoSport Staff
1 year 9 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportExpert
Yes, this tire is non-directional.
Farmallacres 1 year 10 months ago Location: Georgia, USA
Tire Pressure?
I have a set of Maxxis Bighorns on my Polaris RZR 800. The sidewall has max inflation pressure for seating rim but no recommended pressure for driving. Owner's Manual has 8psi for stock tires. What pressure do you recommend for the Maxxis? Thanks!
MotoSport Staff
1 year 10 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportExpert
The tire pressure can vary depending on what surface/terrain you are driving on. 8-11 PSI is a good starting point for most harder terrains. When running in sand or mud the pressure can be lowered to help create a larger footprint for better traction. A good starting point for the softer terrain would be around 5-7 LBS. If you go too low you run the risk of the tire coming off the bead under side loads such as cornering.
1 year 1 month ago Location: Amarillo, TX, USA
Ch3rn3JaggedX
I run 20psi front and rear on a Polaris RZR JaggedX 900HO and I've never had a problem!
jcardente 2 years ago
Will this size fit on a wheel thats: 26 x 8 - 14 ?
MotoSport Staff
2 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportExpert
If you currently have a 26x8x14 tire mounted on your wheel, you will have no issue running a 26x9x14 tire on that same wheel.
mikah55 2 years 4 months ago Location: Wisconsin, USA
Can I install this tire on the front of my 2006 Ranger 700 xp without spacers and without fear of rubbing when truning?
MotoSport Staff
2 years 4 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotosportStaff
The OEM size wheel for the 2006 Ranger 700 XP appears to be a 12" rim. So, this tire will not fit. If you are running 14" rims, you should be safe running these without having it rub in stock form.
Marty Over 7 years ago
Will this tire fit the stock front wheel of a 2007 Can Am outlander with out clearance issues with the tie rod?
The web site indicates it will fit the Quad, just not which end. (The stock tires are 26x8x12, these Bighorns are 26x9x12) Stock clearance is tight
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 7 years ago Location: Tualatin
samboni
Going 1 inch wider should not be a problem unless your ATV has less than 3/4" of an inch clearance now.
Over 7 years ago Location: TERREBONNE OR
I HAVE A KING QUAD 700 THAT HAS 25X10X12 ON REAR AND 25X8 X12 ON FRONT WOULD THE 26X9X12 AND 26X11X12 CAUSE ANY PROBLEMS WITH POWER SHIFTING?
OR CAUSE ANY CLUTCH PROBLEMS?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 7 years ago Location: Tualatin
samboni
They will move the shifting pattern a little being the larger diameter tires, your trip meter will also change some.
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