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Sedona Mud Rebel 8-ply Radial Tire
Sedona Mud Rebel 8-ply Radial Tire

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Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

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      Item #SED0010

      2 Reviews

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      Donbo

      Verified Purchaser
      1 year 10 months ago Farmington Utah
      5 out of 5 stars
      Durability
      5/5
      Ease of Installation
      5/5
      Performance
      5/5
      Style
      5/5
      Love the tires! Exactly as expected.

      Just got back from a trip down the San Rafael Swell in Central Utah. Tires did great down the washes and up some impressive slick rock crevices. Fun stuff.

      Fireman

      Verified Purchaser
      1 year 12 months ago W.V.
      5 out of 5 stars
      Durability
      5/5
      Ease of Installation
      5/5
      Performance
      5/5
      Style
      5/5
      Love the tires

      Wanted to upgrade from the stock tires on my outlander 850 max and after shopping around and reading other reviews I purchased these and love the way they improved the quality of the ride. The stiffness of the sidewalls and aggressive lugs make any big water/mud holes a breeze.
      Would definitely buy again. Great tire for the money

      5 Questions

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      Question asked by Jack

      Question: Can I use the 25x10R-12 for rear tires on my 2007 Polaris 800 Sportsman?
      Question asked 2 months 28 days ago
      Question answered by robert
      User's contributor status: Top 10
      Question answered 2 months 28 days ago
      Answer: The oem spec size will be 26x11x12. The 25x10rx12 will bead to the wheel but the are 1 inch shorter and 1 inch narrower. Those will work on the wheel.
      Question answered by SamS
      User's contributor status: Top 500
      Question answered 2 months 28 days ago
      Answer: I am showing the stock rear tire size is a 26x11-12 on your 2007 Sportsman 800, the 25x10R12 would be an inch narrower. Your OEM rear wheel is 8 inches wide so it would still work, you would just not have as much tire overlap on either side so it would be easier to bend your wheels on stumps or rocks. I would recommend using the stock 26x11-12 size if possible.

      Question asked by Winter joe

      Question: I have a 2008 Polaris 500.  Was wondering if I could put a taller tire on the stock rims and if so how much taller will be too much ?
      Question asked 1 year ago
      Question answered by robert
      User's contributor status: Top 10
      Question answered 1 year ago
      Answer: The Oem spec shows a 25 inch tall tire being the original height. Anything taller then a 26 inch tire you will want to measure to insure the tire will not rub any equipment.

      Question asked by THERON

      Question: Would there be a problem using the 26x9-14 in place of the 26x8-14 on the front and using the 26x11-14 in place of the 26x10-14 on the rear of my 2010 Polaris 850 EPS Sportsman Touring
      Question asked 1 year 2 months ago
      Question answered by Trevor Gearhead
      User's contributor status: Top 10
      Question answered 1 year 2 months ago
      Answer: No problems at all, as they are only 1 inch less in width.

      Question asked by brad

      Question: My 2018 Maverick Trail has 26x9Rx12 on the rear and 26x8Rx12 on the front. I dont see a 26x8Rx12 listed. do you see any problem with putting the 26x9Rx12 on all fours.
      Question asked 1 year 7 months ago
      Question answered by Michael
      User's contributor status: Top 10
      Question answered 1 year 7 months ago
      Answer: I do not see an issue with that as the only adjustment you are making is a slightly taller tire for the front. For you it depends on what type of terrain you are typically riding, and if you would even prefer to have a slightly taller tire to help you crawl or pound over the larger stuff.

      Question asked by Ferrari

      Question: Do you have these in 27x9x12. And 27x11x12
      Question asked 1 year 9 months ago
      Question answered by Thumbs
      User's contributor status: Top 10
      Question answered 1 year 9 months ago
      Answer: We do not have these tires offered in a 27" option at all.

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      # Part Numbers

      Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
      25X10R-12 MR2510R128PLY
      25X8R-12 MR258R128PLY
      26X10R-12 MR2610R128PLY
      26X11R-12 MR2611R128PLY
      26X11R-14 MR2611R148PLY
      26X9R-12 MR269R128PLY
      26X9R-14 MR269R148PLY
      28X10R-14 MR2810R148PLY
      30X10R-15 MR3010R158PLY