I bought a tire & wheel package for my four-wheeler & they done an amazing job & they didn't scratch the wheels & they was delivered on time, thanks guys... I will be ordering from you again
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Crawls through the deepest of mud
This is my 4th set of tires from MotorSports and I love working with MotoSport! They are incredibly insightful when reviewing what is best for my ATV and always provide excellent customer service
Good price shipping was on time and once I got them on I took it out to where the muck runs deep were I’d normally need 4x4 and they just kept on pushing and didn’t stop absolutely love them
My third set of these tires on three different bikes. If you can keep from running the hardtop, they’ll outlast your bike. Great tire!
I got these tires a month ago and love them!
Very happy with my decision to buy these and were in correct size needed, fast shipping, Can feel lugs at crawl speed on hard surface. Not a problem for me.
These tire wear great and dig! I have them on my can am and my uncle has had them on 2 Gators
These tires are tough and perform very well. Thanks
Great ride, great traction, all around a great tire
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Question asked by eral258
Question:Q: Is it just the one tire or does it come with all fourQuestion asked 29 days ago
Question answered by DrewKlannUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered 29 days agoAnswer: A: All tires are sold individually
Question asked by Hadley Carter
Question:Q: What sizes will fit on my 2015 Polaris sportsman 570 without it rubbing?Question asked Over 10 months ago
Question answered by MichaelUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 10 months agoAnswer: A: A good rule of thumb without changing height with a lift kit, or adding spacers is to go no more than one up in either height or width from the OEM spec.
Question asked by Big D
Question:Q: Will they fit my 2019 can am outlander 650Question asked 1 year ago
Question answered by PaulUser's contributor status: Top 1Question answered 1 year agoAnswer: A: The original tires on the 2019 Can-Am OUTLANDER 650 are 26x8-14 front, and 26x10-14 rear. The Kenda Executioner ATV Tire is not available in these sizes.
The Kenda Executioner ATV Tire is available in 28x9-14 and 28x11-14, which will fit your rims. The 28" diameter tires will lift your vehicle one inch higher, and be an inch closer to the fenders than 26" diameter tires. The 9" and 11" widths are each one inch wider than the 8" and 10" widths.
You will need to measure the clearance under your chassis to determine if there is space for the wider tires. It's particularly important to measure clearances with the front wheels turned fully to the left and right.
Question asked by Corey
Question:Q: Will these fit 2000 yamaha big bear 400 4x4 it says it's the same tire 25×10x12Question asked 1 year 1 month ago
Question answered by JerryGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 25Question answered 1 year 1 month agoAnswer: A: They will fit the wheels you have.
Question asked by wb0007
Question:Q: Will these tires fit on stock rims for a Kawasaki mule pro fxt?Question asked 1 year 7 months ago
Question answered by DaveGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 year 7 months agoAnswer: A: There is a rear tire size that would fit, but there is NOT a front tire option for that fitment.
Question asked by old man 1
Question:Q: Are these tires all 8 plyQuestion asked 1 year 9 months ago
Question answered by TylerGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 25Question answered 1 year 9 months agoAnswer: A: This is described as a 6-ply tire
Question asked by Matt
Question:Q: I just bought some 25x10x12 executioners from this website. They do not measure 25" and there for are not what I need. Can someone tell me why?Question asked Over 3 years ago
Question answered by CubbyUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 3 years agoAnswer: A: I bought the same tires and found that out of the box, they were 23'' tall. However, when installed and inflated to 10 psi, the tires expand and curve outwards. At maximum extension, the tires were indeed 25'' in diameter.
Question asked by Csethman13
Question:Q: Would 26x10-12 (front) 26x12-12 (rear) of Kendra executioner fit on my 07 Honda rancher 420 es 4x4 ?Question asked Over 3 years agoI have 25x8-12 (front) 25x10-12 (rear) on now. Wondering if I have enough clearance on my fenders with going bigger
Question answered by BraydenUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 3 years agoAnswer: A: Yes you should be able to clear them on a 420, my dads buddy has 27" on his 420 but he has a 2" lift and he clears them no problem.
Question asked by ChrisH
Question:Q: 25x11-12?Question asked Over 3 years agoDo you offer this in a 25x11-12"
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 3 years agoAnswer: A: I'm sorry we do not, 25X10-12 is as close as we can get.
Question asked by DSBogran650X
Question:Q: What tire is better for mudding and trail ridding the Kenda Executioner or the Interco Swamp Lite? I'm about to upgrade the tires on my sportsman400hoQuestion asked Over 4 years ago
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: MotoSport Staff ExpertQuestion answered Over 4 years agoAnswer: A: Both the Kenda Executioner ATV Tire and the Interco Swamp Lite ATV Tires handle and hold up excellent in mud, snow, trails and hardpack. It would likely come down to a personal preference. I would recommend reading through the many customer reviews for both tires.
Question answered by BBlaserUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 4 years agoAnswer: A: I have owned machines with both tires. The question I would have for you would be do you mud more or trail ride more. From my experience the Kenda is a better tire for bogging and getting into the deep stuff ... but ... on the trail it's such an aggressive tire that you can feel the lugs at low speed. The Swamp Lite is a pretty good trail tire being a little bit less aggressive it will offer a smoother ride and the tread design will corner better than the Kenda if you like to rip it up a little bit between mud holes ... So if your main focus is to go mudding I'd go with the Kendas ... If your more trail focused go with the Swamp Lite... Both good tires for the money. Good Luck! Keep it rubber side down!!