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Rocky Mountain ATV/MC has the biggest selection of ATV tires in the industry at the lowest prices and fastest shipping around. Find all the best brands in ATV tires, known for their durability and performance – no matter what terrain you ride on. There’s no need to search online for hours or run from store to store to find the tires made for your ATV. You can find them easily at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.com or you can call us at 1-800-336-5437 and speak to someone who can answer all your questions about ATV tires.
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BRANDON in MI
I purchased these tires for my 2003 Raptor and rode them at Silver Lake Sand Dunes for 8-10 weekends putting roughly 200 hours on them. Including an incident when I put a huge dent in my Douglas .190 rim by hitting a rogue tree stump pinned in 4th gear. To my surprise it caused no damage to the tire. I sold my 2003 Raptor and had these tires sitting in a hot attic for the past 10 years and just pulled them down to put them on my 07 Raptor for another long weekend at Silver Lake and they performed flawlessly. Just the same as the day I bought them. For a long lasting, durable, dependable paddle tire - I'd go with the Extremes.Read All Reviews
Phillip in VA
The tire is very narrow, coming in at 6.75" mounted, the rim guard doesnt touch the rims there is an 1/8" gap between the edge of the tire and my rim all the way around and on both sides. The tire rides smooth and absorbs shock well but it just to narrow for a 7" rim, 5-6" rim width would be okay, but not 7" like mine. This is mounted as the front tire of a customized atc250es, Using a douglas .190 12x7 4/110 5+2Read All Reviews
STEPHEN in CO
Mongrels better on asphalt/ hard pack than Big Horns , comparable to Big Horns on trails, not as good for serious rock crawling . Sizing is good, noticed my Big Horns had stretched out a little in desert heat so Mongrels looked small, Mongrels have DOT rating which keep the Sheriffs happy when riding from front step to trails and return. My RZR-S lives in Arizona.Read All Reviews
Joel in Manitoba
I bought these a while ago after one year of recreational mx track riding. NOT racing. They started cracking around the tread lugs. After not riding for a year I spend money to go ride at a track and now my rear is leaking through a big crack in the lug I could probably rip the lug off by hand. All I ride is track and in sand no rocks or any spinning on anything that would wreck a tire like this. Front tires seem good. For sand and soft dirt I find they dig a lot and bite really hard. They have a lot of traction both front and rear but I'm not even half way worn between the wear indicator and where they were brand new and now I have to replace my rear tiresRead All Reviews