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Riding regular ATV tires on sand is a good way to get nowhere fast, so make sure that doesn’t happen to you by shopping at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.com. We’re the experts when it comes to knowing every type of ATV tire there is, including ATV sand tires that are extremely light and have a paddle design to tread through sand with ease. If you’re not sure what size of tires you need for your ATV, we have you covered there too with our online “Tire Finder” that will pull up the size of sand tires your ATV requires based on your machine’s make, model and year.
We carry and sell only top-quality brands in ATV sand tires like AMS, Douglas, Kenda, ITP, Dunloop and STI, all of which have a thick, strong paddle design for optimal grip, power and performance when you’re shooting across desert terrains. At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC we have rows and rows of never-ending tires in our huge warehouse and most orders are shipped out the same day their placed. Get your ATV sand tires fast and get back to riding the dunes or desert as soon as possible.
Jay in Arizona
They sure do look good, but I bought these as a set brand new, front steering tires and rear paddles with the STI spun aluminum wheels. For the SMALL dunes they are pretty good, but when coming down a dune or hill and to start back up, the front tires rub the fenders pretty bad. And when you need to go up a hill, plan on it taking awhile or a less of an angle route to make it back to the group, as you will loose horsepower because these are ALOT of tire and wheel for the SXS's to push up the hill. Just my honest opinion as I traded mine back in. Go for the smaller tires so you have the horses to make it up those hills everyone else is going up. Better yet if they made a 25.5" tall tire with a 12 or 13" wheel that would be ideal !! One good thing is they do have a higher stance, but you are in the sand you are not rock crawling. Good luck !!Read All Reviews