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UTV Tires for riding in the snow. Find the largest selection of UTV snow tires at the best prices.
Westley in NC
When I first used my 589's I was amazed with the mudding ability. I was able to get through some holes in 2 wheel drive that I had trouble getting through in 4 wheel drive with stock tires. I have read reviews stating 589's aren't good trail tires but I can't agree and being wider than my stock tires they add stability in hard speedy turns and on hillsides as well. Now for the negatives... 589's tend to wobble at higher speeds on hard surfaces and they are harder to steer in tight turns but the more dangerous problem with 589's is (like the rear tires) the front tires have lugs across the entire width instead of being tapered on the side edge and whenever the sides come in contact with rocks, ditch sidewalls etc, they try to climb it. This means if you are going faster than crawling speed you had better have a tight grip on the handlebars because it will quickly turn the wheels to the side and the momentum will flip your atv. I have turned mine over 4 times due to this bar-jerk so now I have to make sure I crawl through tight places and if a rock or stump is hiding in mud or tall grasses there's nothing you can do excapt hold on and pray you land in a soft place and your atv goes the other way. In my opinion ITP should taper the front tires on the side edge and I'm sure this problem will go away and most likely the steering will be somewhat easier as well.Read All Reviews
Mark in CA
I put these on my 2004 660 Grizzly after only knowing the original tires. I only ride in the desert with sand and rocks and weeds. 3 flats in the first 60 miles is not good. They are very heavy tires and this tells on suspension. Front wheel turning and stability is great. They are fair in sand and actually grab too good in rocky uphills which seveal times almost threw me backwards. It may take longer to get used to them but only if I can keep air in them. I now have approx 120 miles on them.Read All Reviews
George in OH
I have had these (all Four) on a 96' Suzuki 300 King quad 4x4 for about a week now and they are nothing short of amazing. good tread depth, great soft terrain traction (mud sand that sort of thing) good in the hard stuff as well (just on packed trails I don't ever go on pavement) only time will tell on durability but made all the difference in the world on my OLD SLOW DINOSAUR that I use for work only (Just FYI: for anything nice that you are meant to have fun on trail ridding mudding having fun ect... i cant recommend a set of GBC DIRT TAMERS enough we have 3 foreman 500's (05' - 10') and the dirt tamers are the only thing i will run on themRead All Reviews
Dennis in AZ
Received these tires mounted on ITP steel wheels and installed them immediately as the air pressure was already set at 3lbs,perfect. Took the initial ride and was totally impressed by the ride and handling difference over the stock tires. Steering on hardpack was improved vastly and on sand and gravel washes they did not want to follow the ruts like the old bias plys. They even rode smoother on the pavement and were quieter too! What more could you ask? One comment though,the 26x9x12 only measure 24.6" tall on 12x7 wheels.Read All Reviews
Loren in ME
Got these and a lift to make the Grizzly a bit more ugly. They together accomplished the job. I gained 2 1/4" of clearence with just the lift then another 1 1/2" with the tires (27-9-12 & 27-11-12). The tires are a great all around tire when you need the pull in the mud but also want a great ride on the dirt. If I ever wear these out I'll probably put the same thing back but don't see it hapnin' anytime soon. 2000 miles later they are wearing like iron & no punctures or cuts.Read All Reviews