Great tires ran them at the Burma d6 AMA hare scramble held up pretty good
- 135 reviews
- 52 reviews
- 8 reviews
- 1 reviews
- 1 reviews
Bought this tire online big problem is there was no tire store in the neighborhood that wanted to change it. I ended up doing it myself, took a while though but it is on and seems to be a better fit than the original. Have not tried it yet as I have to finish rebuilding the carb on the quad.
I just bought 2 rear tires for my quad, they arrived when they said they would. Tires look great! I would definitely recommend this website to my friends and anybody looking to buy atv products!
Put 4 hrs on tires and they hook well, and seem to be holding up well. Good tire for the price.
They are good tires
Fast, efficient service, items just as promised.
I bought these tires for a trip to coal creek in Tennessee where it can be rocky in areas and had zero issues. I did have some struggles mounting them because of the way they were compacted for shipping. Once on the wheels they've been great!
- Answered: 32
- Not Yet: 6
Question asked by KGEAST
Question:Q: My 2005 blaster has 21x10-8. Will these tires work on the rims i haveQuestion asked 2 months 9 days ago
Question answered by robertUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 2 months 9 days agoAnswer: A: These will not fit, we currently only have these is 9 and 10 inch rim availability.
Question asked by Txgeter
Question:Q: Will these hold up on asphalt?Question asked 4 months 11 days ago
Question answered by DrewKlannUser's contributor status: MotoSport Staff ExpertQuestion answered 4 months 11 days agoAnswer: A: These tires are not DOT approved and shouldn't be used on asphalt.
Question asked by Derick
Question:Q: If I buy them does it come with one tire or 2Question asked Over 12 months ago
Question asked by Vance
Question:Q: Is tube or tubeless?Question asked 1 year 2 months ago
Question asked by Edward
Question:Q: I am thinking of buying the Artrax MXT Rear Tire for my Honda TRX250EX. The OEM size states 22x10 9. which would be a better fit the 20x10 9 or 20x11 9 tire size?Question asked 1 year 2 months ago
Question answered by Trevor GearheadUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 year 2 months agoAnswer: A: I would recommend an OEM spec tire of 22X10-9. The numbers indicate Height X Width - Rim, If you get a 20X10-9 you reduce the ride height by 2 inches. 20X11-9 would be 2 inches shorter and 1 in wider.
Question asked by Hector
Question:Q: Weight this tiré?Question asked 1 year 3 months ago
Question asked by belacsmith123
Question:Q: What is the difference between the 20x11-10 and the 20x11-9 ?Question asked 1 year 5 months ago
Question asked by Chud
Question:Q: My rear tire is 20*10-9. If I get 20*11-9 tire would that still fit my wheel?Question asked 1 year 7 months ago
Question asked by Jason
Question:Q: Will 20x11-9 tire fit my 9in. diameter rim? just want to make sure.Question asked 2 years 4 months ago
Question answered by robertUser's contributor status: Top 10 ContributorQuestion answered 2 years 4 months agoAnswer: A: Yes the third number in a tire size will reference the rim diameter.
Question asked by Zach62J
Question:Q: FitmentQuestion asked Over 3 years agoI was wondering why it says 19 10 9 for the rear but the is no choice for it when you click size because I want these for my 2008 yamaha raptor 250 and I don't know if a 20 10 9 will fit