Jeff in WI
Did a ton of research on tires to replace my stocks on a 2014 grizzly 700. I went with a 26 inch tire up from the stock 25 to improve clearance and ride. My riding is varied, mud,snow,woods,hard pack. Got the tires in two days from rocky which was phenomenal. The tires have a much deeper lug than I expected and are quite impressive in size. That's all good but do they perform. Other readers commented on the grip on logs and hills. They were spot on. Hills that I spun on with my stocks now do not. Grip over logs was great and the ride is quite smooth. I ran through a bit of wooded area with them that had protruding limbs on dead falls. I was thinking of the reviewer that talked about the weak sidewalks. I didn't see it, my tires are fine. I'm running 10 psi all around right now and will experiment with that. So far they ride and perform very well and I would certain,y re commend themRead All Reviews
James in VA
This is my second set of Roctanes. The first was for a Cam Am Outlander, the second for a Maverick. The Good- great looking tire with aggressive tread design. They perform great on rocky and muddy trails like those found on the Hatfield and McCoy trails. I never lose grip in any situation, which wasn't true with stock Can Am tires. The Not So Good- Roctanes don't consistently hold tire pressure. Two of the four tires on my Outlander lost air at the bead. After 1-2 days in the garage, they'd be flat. On the trails, they'd loose half their air after a day of riding. The new set I just bought in September is doing the same. This most recent set visibly doesn't look plum to the rim of the STI rim they are mounted on. Both of the 8 inch wide tires on the front lose their air. After two sets of these things have leaked on me, coupled with a friend who has had the same experience, I wonder if they aren't manufactured to a tight size tolerance. If you put a bottle of Slime into each tire, the bead leaks stop. But it is annoying to have to put a $12 can of stop leak into a new tire that cost over $100. Bottom line is that if you are going to ride Roctanes, bring a portable air compressor.Read All Reviews
jon in MT
I think I have about 500 miles on these tires and they already have extensive wear. I doubt they'll last 1500. Very disappointed. I gave them 2 stars because the traction on these is really good, but I just can't afford to run them again after these wear out.Read All Reviews
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