I bought these and they were just what I needed I recommend them for a great tire and a good price.
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I bought theses a week ago got them put on / i like that i can reverse
the treads by just swapping sides very easy / seat is a bit heard to install
but with patients it worked out fine
You will not find a better multi use tire
I bought these tires for two reasons. One the price
For a 6 ply tire, two they are great brand... Kenda
I have 2 sets of them and I wouldn't trade them for any thing ekse.
Really happy with these tires so far. Have had them on my Warrior just over a month. I do a lot of woods riding and they hook up very well in loose dirt, leaves and mud. Work just as good on hard pack and gravel roads too. Will be getting another set for my quadsport.
Other than how squished they come in he box, they are just what we expected!
Can never go wrong with these tires. Great in soft and hard terrain!! Recommend to anyone!!
Great tires overall great buy
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Question asked by Evanster00
Question:Q: Would this be good on my Honda 400ex?Question asked Over 3 years agoI'm considering this tire for the back of my 400ex and was wondering if it would be good in snow and mud? But I also need to be able to ride it on dry surfaces and dirt roads.
Question asked by Evanster00
Question:Q: Does this tire grip good in snow and mud?Question asked Over 3 years agoI'm thinking of putting this on my Honda 400ex, and was wondering how it does in snow and mud, but also need it to work well on dry surfaces and roads.
Question asked by 1986moto4zombieslayer
Question:Q: Will the 22x11-8 fit a stock size of 20x9-8?Question asked Over 3 years ago
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 3 years agoAnswer: A: If you have room to go taller and wider it wouldn't be a problem. Tire sizing goes a follows.
1st # is the Height-Ground up
2nd # is the Width- Across the tread
3rd # is the Rim size that needs to stay the same as your old tires.
Question asked by Geoffrey
Question:Q: Purchasing tireQuestion asked Over 3 years agowill the 20x11-8 fit on my 2007 suzuki ltr450 rear rim, the stock for mine is 18x10-8
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 3 years agoAnswer: A: The 20x11-8 would be 2" taller and 1" wider than the 18x10-8 tire. Both fit an 8" diameter wheel. You should have no problems running the taller, wider tire.
Question asked by Mike
Question:Q: Looking to throw these on a 2002 kawasaki Mojave should i go with the 22's or20's?Question asked Over 5 years ago
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: MotoSport Staff ExpertQuestion answered Over 5 years agoAnswer: A: I would stick with the stock size 22.
Question asked by jjay88
Question:Q: I have an 05 Arctic Cat DVX 400, my rear is 22×11-8 but it's not stock size.Question asked Over 5 years agoCan I go up any on size or down, I'm trying to figure out the sizes.
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 5 years agoAnswer: A: We have the stock tire sizes listed for most all models on our website. Please be sure that you have the proper machine in your “shopping for” selection. We do NOT have a listing of alternative sizes available for your machine. We suggest staying with the stock sizing as changing the size can cause issues with handling, reliability, rubbing and could have adverse effects on performance.
Question asked by 07honda450man
Question:Q: The size 20x11x9 will that tire fit on stock 10x9 rims?Question asked Over 10 years ago
Question answered by 240BlasterUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 10 years agoAnswer: A: the tire you picked is 20 inch diameter by 11 inches wide and will mount on a 9 inch rim
the rims you have are 10 inches in diameter and the rim is 9 inches wide the 11 inch wide tire is fine on a 9 inch wide rim what you need to fit the rim is 20X11X10
Question answered by jjdog75User's contributor status:Question answered Over 10 years agoAnswer: A: no it will not the first number on the rim is the diameter and the last number on the tire it the rim size. so in other words they need to match.