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Radial tires are known for their durable construction that minimizes tread wear and improves flexibility of the sidewall for better handling. They also have belts of steel fibers around the circumference for greater stability. All of these things are especially important when it comes to ATV tires, which is why Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.com has the biggest selection of radial ATV tires in the industry. The brands we carry in radial tires are the best; known for their unmatched construction, durability and performance. Choose from Dunlop, Goodyear, Duro, ITP, Kenda, Maxxis and STI. If there is a specific tire brand you prefer over others or if you have a strict budget you’re sticking to, use our filter tabs which allow you to search by the type, size, brand and price you want to pay.
You can also find ATV radial tires based on the type of terrain you typically ride on. For example, if your ride typically consists of plowing through mud and dirt, choose a tire that’s light, tough and has 6-ply construction for increased puncture resistance like the Kenda Bear Claw ATV Tire. If you ride on all types of terrains, choose a tire that will provide ideal traction and absorption in all conditions like the Maxxis Razr 4-Speed Radial ATV Tire. At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC you’ll always get your ATV radial tires sooner than expected. In addition, every order over $99.00 qualifies for free three day shipping which is especially helpful when purchasing ATV tires.
The first thing is that my tires came in very fast. But when it came to selecting a tire, the more i read the more questions i had.I do not have any miles on these STI Black Diamond XTR tires ( 27x9x12 & 27x11x12) yet but they look good and i wanted to give everyone a idea on the sizing/weights.I had Bighorn 2.0 ( 26x9x12 & 26x11x12) with 500 miles on them and plugs in the sidewall. The tread depth on all 4 bighorns were 5/8".The tread depth on the STI are 1" not the 1 1/8" as stated. All 8 tires had 10 PSI in them for these measurements. The rear tires are the excat same diameter even with the tread depth difference. The front STI is 1/4" taller on total diameter. Also both of rear wheels weighed 39 lbs.The front STI was 36lbs and the 2.0 30lbs. The 2.0's with a steel wheels and the STI with a aftermarket aluminum. I guess this means these 27" STI's are actaually smaller than the 26" 2.0's not counting tread depth? Glad i went with 27's. Hope this helps someone.Read All Reviews
Carter in IL
These tires are amazing. I originally had them on a 2015 Ace 570 and now have them on my 2015 Scrambler XP1000 and these tires chew through everything. I tossed the Scrambler full-bore into a mud hole on a logging road up to the bottom of the seat and the tires had no problem pulling me out coupled with the Scrambler's power and drivetrain. If you're looking for a tire that doesn't rumble due to super-aggressive tread but is just as good as other mud-bogging tires, these are the best compromise.Read All Reviews
TOMMY in KY
First ride 30x10x14 Roctane did very well at Royal Blue TN . We had a lot of muddy conditions, and plenty of rocks and tree roots. Was in 2 wheel drive most of the time, very impressed with the tires, was running 8 psi in the rear and 6 psi in the front.Read All Reviews