just a beast of a tire!
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These tires are quite a bit wider than the factory Carlisle tires. If you are putting these on a Polaris Ranger 400, you will need 1” spacers. They rub the bushing on the tie rod.
We rent UTVs to the public and currently have 8 side by sides, sized from 500s to 1000s. (2-seaters up to 6-seaters). The stock Bighorn 2.0s lasted two years for rear tires and three years for front tires. I've had the Artrax on the rear for the past year and they still look brand new. The Bighorns did not look new at all after a year, and we were at least three times as busy this year. That means the Artrax have been used at least as much as the bighorns when they were dead and I would guess the Artrax have at least another two years for us. I'm replacing all my tires with these. On pavement I would rate them 9/10 for ride (most people can't tell it's any rougher than a car) and 10/10 for handling. We have extremely rough, muddy, rocky, steep terrain in middle Tennessee. Everyone is extremely impressed with how our machines handle, and that wouldn't be the case if it weren't for these tires.
I needed 4 new tires and rims and Motosport had just what I needed and the price was good. I just was not impressed with customer service.
These tires LAST A LONG LONG LONG Time.
A little tough to get the beads to seat, had to get a little creative but so far great tire and they are exact size if not just a touch bigger than what they said they are. They ride great on hard pack and not to noisy.
Absolutely love the durability and looks of these tires. I have a side by side that burned the stock front tires off very uneven rather quickly. Four or five years ago I put CTX tires on the front and they still look like new. Just put new CTX on the back and it's pretty much unstoppable. Needed tires on my Grizzly a so went with CTX. Not very smooth wide open down the pavement but other than that great tires.
Awesome grip and good self cleaning for traction in the mud.
I got these tires a few wks ago and I’ve ridden my atv twice. It is an extreme difference to anything I’ve ever experienced. It’s like there is too much side wall sticking out because they just grab everything, sometimes jerking the bars on me. I gave them four stars for this. It is a big adjustment from the other tires I had on the machine but I originally purchased these for the snow and to plow with so I absolutely will not be disappointed when the time comes.
Great tire with quick delivery and easy mounting!
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Question asked by Mike805
Question:Q: I have a 2019 RZR Trail EPS, what size do I order to fit the front and back? Stock tires are 26x9x12 and 26x8x12Question asked 1 month 23 days ago
Question answered by MichaelUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 month 23 days agoAnswer: A: This is really determined by what the purpose of your tires will be. However if you are looking for exact size, you will need to shop a different tire at this time.
Question asked by Hayden
Question:Q: I have an 2004 grizzly 660 and my rear tires are 25x12-12 but the stock size is 25x10-12 will these work on my fourwheeler and do these tires grab good in wet muddy conditionsQuestion asked 2 months 7 days ago
Question answered by robertUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 2 months 7 days agoAnswer: A: The CTX ATV tire has deep lugs and large shoulder knobs for great traction in mud and soft terrain.
Question asked by PLDwyer
Question:Q: I have a Honda Pioneer 500. Tire spec is 24x8-12 Front. 24X10-12. I would like to run the 24x10-12 on the front also. Will this work on my unit?Question asked Over 10 months ago
Question answered by PaulUser's contributor status: Top 1Question answered Over 10 months agoAnswer: A: You're right. The correct tire sizes for the Honda Pioneer 500 are 24x8-12 in front and 24x10-12 in the rear. After the the engineers and designers at Honda tested other options, these are the sizes which they determined to perform best for most conditions. The skinnier front tires are easier to steer than the wider tires.
24x10-12 tires will fit on your original front rims. You must measure clearances under the chassis to determine if there is space for the wider front tires. It is particularly important to turn the front wheels fully to the left and right to measure the space available while steering.
Question asked by Steve
Question:Q: What is the load limit for this tire?Question asked Over 11 months ago
Question answered by PaulUser's contributor status: Top 1Question answered Over 11 months agoAnswer: A: The load ratings on this and any of the tires varies depending on the tire's size.
If you could please tell us the year, make, and model of your ATV or UTV, we can help you to find the proper tires.
Question asked by Spud
Question:Q: What about putting 26×9×12 on all 4 of my 570 ace sport w stock wheels.Question asked 1 year ago
Question answered by PaulUser's contributor status: Top 1Question answered 1 year agoAnswer: A: In order to provide accurate answers, we will need to know the model year of your 570 Ace Sport.
The original tires on the 2018 Polaris ACE 570 EPS are 25x8-12 front, and 25x10-12 rear. These are what Polaris tested and determined to function best for most people in most conditions.
The 26x9-12 will fit both your front and rear rims.
Question asked by Nickname
Question:Q: Do you buy the wheels individually?Question asked 1 year ago
Question answered by MichaelUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 year agoAnswer: A: Yes, you can buy a combo kit with our wheel builder, but the price you see in front of you is per tire.
Question asked by Dave337
Question:Q: These have a wide profile. I just bought two rear tires for my 2018 midsize Polaris 570. Getting them mounted next week. Hoping they don't rub on the rear shocks assembly; looks like it could be awfully close. I don't want to have to purchase spacers.Question asked 1 year 2 months ago
Question answered by PaulUser's contributor status: Top 1Question answered 1 year 2 months agoAnswer: A: The Artrax CTX Tires are available in three sizes. Be sure to order the correct sizes as recommended by Polaris.
Oversized tires contacting other parts of the vehicle is potentially hazardous.
Question asked by ensor28
Question:Q: How many miles do most people get out of the tire's? Do you recommend get a full set, and do they grip good in mud snow water rock?Question asked 1 year 2 months ago
Question answered by Trevor GearheadUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 year 2 months agoAnswer: A: Mileage varies greatly as does usage but they are a 6 ply construction so should hold up well. They are and off road tires so they do well in most conditions.
Question asked by ozy2
Question:Q: How are these expected to last on asphalt and gravelQuestion asked 1 year 2 months ago
Question answered by robertUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 year 2 months agoAnswer: A: Their is not a mileage chart available, the use on asphalt can wear out time can be faster then a standard trail.
Question asked by Robert
Question:Q: Will a Artrax CTX tire come in a 24x11x10 size to fit a Suzuk1 1994 250 LTF ?Question asked 1 year 4 months ago
Question answered by PaulUser's contributor status: Top 1Question answered 1 year 4 months agoAnswer: A: The Artrax CTX tires are not made in the 24x11-10 size.
This link shows our tires which are available in 24x11-10: