I bought these a few months ago and they have a great grip and are a very light tire
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Great tire bad sizing went from 25/10-12 to 26/11-14 and there shorter then my worn out original
First......Phenomenal shipping!! Had them in TWO days! I put these (front & rear) on a 2000 Yamaha Big Bear 400 Buckmaster Series that I bought brand new in November of 1999. Still runniing the stock Maxxis tires that came on it but after almost 16 years they started to get a little worn and side walls cracking. Unbeliveable longevity. These Maxxis Zillas are great looking tires, and unbeatable quality for the price. Perfect fit (same size as the stock tires), easy install. Smooth ride on hard packed dirt roads and great traction in loose stuff, slop, and snow.
I am very pleased with my purchase from Motorsports. They got my order to me.in a short time, and the tires were everything I wanted them to be. Very satisfied!
Got a set of these for my 2006 Honda Rancher mounted on ITP Delta Steel Wheels. Went up from 24s to 26s. Very happy with this set-up. Motosport.com was great as always.
Ordered a set of these mounted on black ITP Delta Steel Wheels for my 2006 Honda Rancher. Moved up from 24s to 26s. So far I haven't noticed any power loss. Very happy with this set-up. Motosport.com was great as always.
Moto sports deliver in a timely manner. I would definitely buy again from here. They were the only ones that had the tires in stock.
these tires are great for any terrain!!
I installed these tires on my 2015 honda rubicon and they are great for it!! awesome traction in any terrain and a smooth ride! very happy with this purchase!
These tires are perfect all-terrain tire smooth riding on the trails good grip in the mud smooth easy riding on the pavement
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Wheels are listed as Diameter X Width
Tires are listed as Height X Width X Wheel Diameter
You will have to make sure the first number in the wheel size and the last number in the tire size are the same so that the tires can mount on your wheels.
Keep in mind that we always suggest to use stock sizing for your machine.