This heavy-duty 6 ply is the best tire out there !!!!
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Wow great tire have on my 400ex and 250r have no problem throwing my bikes sideways for corners ! I can't tell the difference between a light racing tire and theses heavy duty 6ply badboys !!! Love them
These tires are very high quality. With the 6 ply tire rating they provide great traction and won't wear out as fast. I installed these tires with 2 friends and they were a pain in the *ss to install. Would recommend going to a cycle shop and having them installed. Took me 5 hours to install. Overall great tire
I think ITP makes the best ATV tires period. They are the lightest and give the best hookup. Whether you ride in the sand or dirt,they are the best!
I've had these tires on a TRX450ER for a few years now and they look as good as the day I bought them! Also if you like grass on your property DON'T BUY THESE! I have no grass now these tires have ripped up all vegetation! :-)
I threw a pair of these bad boys on the rear end of one of my '85 Honda ATC 250R trikes. Tires gripped and handled so good I purchased even more for all the rear ends of all my other Honda ATC 250R's!! I love how the tire boxes up which decreases the chances of flipping for me at high speeds!!
Best tires I've ever had. They are a good bit heavier but only thing I noticed is that it uses more gas but should have great durability!
Absolutely love these tires. Great for trail riding. These are the only tires i will be buying from now on. Highly recommend.
This is by far my favorite rear end tire for my Honda trikes. They give me stability and incredible grip. You will feel like you can hill climb anywhere and you will feel like you can climb right up a tree with these bad boys!!
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Question asked by seanyman0
Question:Q: Does it come with two tires?Question asked Over 3 years ago
Question asked by Braaap13
Question:Q: Do these fit a 2010 raptor 250Question asked Over 4 years agothe oem size is 19x10-9
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 4 years agoAnswer: A: Yes. The 20x11-9 will fit your 9" diameter wheel. It would be 1" taller and 1" wider than the 19x10-9. Feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
Question asked by JimmyC
Question:Q: I am taking a trip to the dunes this summer and have these tires and was wondering how they would do in the sand? or should i try to find another setQuestion asked Over 10 years ago
Question answered by SoCalRacer72QUser's contributor status: Top 1000 ContributorQuestion answered Over 10 years agoAnswer: A: these tires still rock in the sand! in fact guys running paddles are about 15ft ahead of me at the end of the drags. If you cant afford the paddles air down!
Question answered by JesseCUser's contributor status: MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 10 years agoAnswer: A: I wouldn't recommend running those tires in the sand, I would suggest getting a set of paddles for the rear. If you run the dirt tires you will be putting your engine through a lot of stress to get any traction.
Question asked by foxriderz
Question:Q: Tire pressureQuestion asked Over 11 years agowhat tire pressure do you recommend(for any tire)
Question answered by JBHillbillyKFX450RacerUser's contributor status: Top 500Question answered Over 11 years agoAnswer: A: Usually you will want to run around 4 to 6 pounds of air pressure. Also, you can put a little more or less depending on the conditions, if you need more grip less air. Your tires act as a part of your suspension so the more air the stiffer, less air, softer suspension.
Question answered by DrewKlannUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 11 years agoAnswer: A: Tire pressure depends on what your comfortable with, also depends on the tire it's self so it varies. Normally your going to want to run at least 7-9 psi.
Question asked by Johnmcgill
Question:Q: What size wheel do I need to buy to best fit these tiresQuestion asked Over 11 years ago
Question answered by DrewKlannUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 11 years agoAnswer: A: You need a 10x5
Question answered by JBHillbillyKFX450RacerUser's contributor status: Top 500Question answered Over 11 years agoAnswer: A: The tire you are asking about is 22x7-10. What that means is that the 10 in that is is the diameter of the tire so you will want to go with a diameter of wheel that is the same. The wheel diameter will start out with a say for instance 10x5. You know that wheel will fit because the 10 in the wheel size is the exact diameter as the tire diameter. The 7 in the tire size and the 5 in the wheel size is the width of the wheel and tire. This does not have to match exactly. You can put an bigger tire width on a smaller wheel width for example if your tire width is 7 and your wheel width is 5, that is ideal. You could even go up up another couple of tire width sizes above the wheel width sizes and it will fit.