Maxxis Ceros Radial ATV Tire

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Nice riding tires

Mike in KY – Machine this part was bought for: 2012 POLARIS RANGER RZR S 800 LE

Comments On Jul 22, 2013:So far I really enjoy the tires. The tires ride smoother with less than 10lbs but that really depends on the type of riding you do. Looking forward to see how much wear and tear these take.

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great tire overall

mark in ND – Machine this part was bought for: 2012 POLARIS RANGER RZR XP 900 LE

Comments On Feb 10, 2013:great tire for hard pack or loose gravel roads worked ok in snow not so well in mud very quiet ride but the sidewall is too flexible and the tires i ordered were 26" but with 12 psi measured at 25 1/2"

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Good SxS Tire

GARY in ID – Machine this part was bought for: 2011 KAWASAKI Teryx 750

Comments On Dec 06, 2012:I use 26x12 Ceros on both ATV and SxS. Very durable and smooth on hardpack, desert, and rock. Not made for mud or sand and not great in the snow but better than I thought. They look like they'll last a long time with little ware showing.

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Grizzly 660

David in UT

Comments On Jun 08, 2011:I bought a set of these to replace the ITP Mud Lite for my 2003 Grizzly 660. I spent more time winching out of bogs with the Mud Lite's than riding through, because the Mud Lites would throw the mud and dig straight down until high centered on the skid plates. The Maxxis are only 2 ply rated, and do have a couple of sidewall cuts in the 2800 miles I put on them, but never had a flat, or needed to winch my way out of a mud bog. Being 2 ply, they ride softer, steer better, grip rocks, float through mud, and hookup better on slickrock than any other tire I have tried in over 12 years of riding. When the Maxxis finally wear out, they will be replaced with the same.

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Maxis Ceros Rear Tires

Rocci

Comments On Dec 04, 2010:I have been riding four wheelers for 15 years and within 5 minutes of my first trail ride on these tires, I rolled my quad. These are very grippy, especially before being scuffed up and broken in. Be careful with the power slides.

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TIRES

KEVIN in NC

Comments On Oct 12, 2010:LOOKS GREAT RIDES GOOD WOOD BUY AGAIN

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