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BRYCE in MN
put these tires on my kids 2001 Polaris sportsman 90 after the factory tires gave up on life with numerous weather cracks that would no longer hold air. the lil machine now has a tad more ground clearance and a bit of an attitude now that it didn't have before. the traction these tires have is so far better than anything the factory sent out on the machine. in spots she used to get stuck and hung up now she just cruises on through without any issue.Read All Reviews
Brian in OK
Traction everywhere! Sand, Mud, Rocks, Hardpack, doesnt matter. These will pull you up a cliff. Just wish they made larger sizes. On a sidenote, you have to run the pressure a couple PSI lower in these because they have a real stiff carcass. Don't be afraid to try 3 or 4 PSI. I ran 3 PSI in the summer and it was perfect. Not too hard, not too soft.Read All Reviews