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  • Maxxis Bighorn Radial ATV Tire

    Maxxis Bighorn Radial ATV Tire

    Matt in Nevada

    Look nice but sidewalls are very weak

    I have a 2015 Cam Am Maverick Max XDS Turbo. It came stock with these Bighorn tires. I live in Las Vegas and the riding is quite rocky out here. I have had flats on every single tire on multiple occasions. If a rock touches the sidewalls, beware. I have replaced 3 tires so far. I had to use 12 plugs to plug the last sidewall just to get back to the trailer on Saturday (and was worried the whole time that the plugs would come out and I would have to start again). I have had it with these tires going flat so easily. My friend also has a side by side with Bighorn tires and has punctured every tire as well, and my neighbor has ridden his 2-3 times with two flats so far. I would not recommend these tires unless you ride in sand only. I always carry at least two packages of plugs, a pump, and at least 2 large cans of fix a flat. In approximately 800 miles I have used at least 20 cans of fix a flat and several packages of plugs. These tires look great but the sidewalls are too thin if you ride where it is rocky at all. I just purchased Moapa Run Flats from Rocky Mountain ATV. They have 12 ply sidewalls (as opposed to 6 ply that the Bighorns have), and claim to be able to run flat in excess of 35 mph for at least 30 miles. I will see how they go. Fingers crossed!

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  • Maxxis Razr XC ATV Tire

    Maxxis Razr XC ATV Tire

    chuck in New York

    Bad sidewalls

    I race a 15 race xc series and decided to run these over a razor2 and was very impressed with the handling but I encountered a flat on the rear four different times and it affected my overall season standings. Each time it was due to a sidewall slice. I tried to contact Maxxis about the issue but received no response. I would suggest going with the Razor 2 if you need something that can handle the punishment.

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  • Maxxis Maxx Cross Desert Intermediate Terrain Tire

    Maxxis Maxx Cross Desert Intermediate Terrain Tire

    Alan in TX

    My go-to tire

    I've been running these tires for years and once in a while I will try some other tire but I keep coming back. Tough, long lasting, solid traction. They used to be pretty inexpensive but not anymore.....still worth it!

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  • Maxxis Ceros Radial ATV Tire

    Maxxis Ceros Radial ATV Tire

    JAMES in CO

    Maxxis Cero Tires

    I chose these tires for the terrain that I spend most of the time riding which is South West Arizona. The terrain is hard with loose granite surface. The tires perform very well on the Polaris RZR900 Trail machine. The only thing I don't like is when riding on pavement at speed the tires fell squishy. Also, because of the non-aggressive tread it appears as if they will last longer than a more aggressive design. I am very happy with these tires.

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  • Maxxis Maxx Cross Soft/Intermediate Terrain Tire

    Maxxis Maxx Cross Soft/Intermediate Terrain Tire

    Michael in IL

    Mike in IL

    Good tire for the price.

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  • Maxxis Maxx Cross Intermediate Terrain Tire

    Maxxis Maxx Cross Intermediate Terrain Tire

    Nick in CA

    Very good tire

    OK, so I have been a IRC Vulcenduro tire fan for years. Just recently, they have changed. I am getting more chunking than before. So we switched to Maxxis. I was leary to say the least. I did some research and found our that Maxxis is a Cheng Sin tire company. I had a few friends with the Maxxis so I decided to give it a try. I am impressed so far. Traction was good in snow and mud. No chunking so far. I will see how long this bad boy lasts. It even has a few more knobbies than the Vulcenduro. Thick sidewall but mounted fairly easy with the help of a Baja No Pinch.

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