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Maxxis Bighorn 3.0 Radial Tire

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Maxxis Bighorn 3.0 Radial Tire
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    Maxxis Bighorn 3.0 Radial Tire

    Our Price: $122.00$168.00

    MSRP: $174.00 - $240.00 - You save up to $72.00 (30% off)

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    Details

    • Based on the legendary Bighorn and Bighorn 2.0 the Bighorn 3.0 features a 6-ply rated radial construction with maneuverability and durability.
    • Boasts tremendous grip and a smooth ride with a large contact patch.
    • Radial construction provides a plush feel and a large contact patch for the ultimate ride.
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    Maxxis Bighorn 3.0 Radial Tire Reviews

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    4.2 / 5.0
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    5.0 / 5
    Tread life
    4.3 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    5.0 / 5
    Handling
    5.0 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes (5)
    Value
    5 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    5 / 5
    Handling
    5 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes
    NEW TIRES
    HAVE ONLY HAD THE NEW TIRES ON THE 4X4 ABOUT 2 WEEKS. LIKE THEM REAL WELL SO FAR GOOD TRACTION AND HANDLING.

    -m-2004 ARCTIC CAT 400 4x4 Automatic--
    October 24, 2018
    BOULDER, WY, US
    Age: 65+
    Purchased
    1 year ago
    Gender:
    Male
    Weight:
    221 - 250 lbs.
    Height:
    5'10 - 6'0
    Value
    5 / 5
    Tread life
    5 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    5 / 5
    Handling
    5 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes
    Bighorn 3.0 on Can-Am 1000x
    I purchased these to replace my worn out Bighorn 2.0 tires. Those worked great but the new 3.0’s are unbelievable. They have so much bite that I didn’t have to put my UTV in 4wd for much of the trails.

    -m-2012 CAN-AM Commander 1000 X--
    July 20, 2018
    Yuma , AZ, US
    Age: 65+
    Purchased
    1 year ago
    Gender:
    Female
    Value
    5 / 5
    Tread life
    5 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    5 / 5
    Handling
    5 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes
    Great Tires: worthy addition to the Bighorn line
    Have run the Bighorn 2.0’s on both a CanAm 800XXc and a Kawasaki 650 Brute Force with great results. The Hole-Shots that the XXc 1000 came with were starting to wear out and I was ready to go with another set of the Bighorn 2.0’s, but as I was going thru all the tires that will fit, saw these Bighorn 3.0’s. I was not sure to start with: they are a completely different tread pattern than the 2.0’s, but went ahead and am very glad I did. Very aggressive tread and hooks up the 1000 cc’s much harder than the stock tires did. We go to the Hatfield McCoy Trails in West Virginia every year and I wanted a tire that would handle all of the terrain that the H-M’s have and I think these will work fine. These have worked better than the 2.0’s we have on the Brute Force…enough that I am going to replace the tires on our new ’17 Brute Force 750 {even though it only has 20 hours on it} with the 3.0’s before we head to West Virginia. The only downside is that the fronts are directional, so if I ever need to rotate them, I’ll have to dismount them first. Definitely give the Bighorn 3.0 a 5 star rating..

    -m-2015 CAN-AM Renegade 1000 X xc--
    Front tires are directional
    Rear tires are non directional
    Very aggressive tires:  looks good on the CanAm XXc 1000
    March 14, 2018
    Crown Point, IN, US
    Age: 45-64
    Purchased
    1 year ago
    Gender:
    Male
    Weight:
    251 - 280 lbs.
    Height:
    6'1 - 6'3
    Value
    5 / 5
    Tread life
    3 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    5 / 5
    Handling
    5 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes
    Have Maxx bighorns on all of our 4 wheelers. 2016 Ace 900 w/ 30", Kawasaki Brute force w/ 27", Honda Rincon w/ 26" and my 2017 xp 1000 sportsman touring w/29"
    I have cut side wall that was due to mine own fault but these tires have held up better than any other brand I have used. My Brute Force has over 11,000 miles of mostly hard riding here in Colorado and Utah at high altitudes and rock crawling.
    If your riding in sand they may not be the tire for you but in my world of hard riding they have great traction in the rocks but will dig you a deep hole if you aren't carful in the snow.

    -m-ATV--
    October 13, 2017
    Penrose, CO, US
    Age: 65+
    Purchased
    over 2 years ago
    Gender:
    Male
    Weight:
    191 - 220 lbs.
    Height:
    6'1 - 6'3
    Value
    5 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    5 / 5
    Handling
    5 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes
    High Desert necessity
    I have not had the tires long enough to give an opinion on tread life. I have punctured one sidewall that was not repairable. I have punctured 3 treads that all patched wonderfully with green slime and held up. These tires are outstanding for my property, which is pretty darn rugged. From soft, beach-like sand to bare rocks the size of small houses, gravel, uphill and downhill... they are terrific. Out here, everything has thorns, spikes, or needles of some sort. After every ride, I am picking cactus and mesquite and creosote out of the tires, which were no worse for the wear. I believe all punctures were delivered by sharp rocks, of which there are plenty. They deliver very good traction going up 30 degree inclines composed of loose, walnut sized rocks and smaller. They run like a scalded dog on hard packed dirt roads, and are OK on pavement under 20mph. They dig in hard on turns, regardless if the surface is gravel or sand. I don't see myself buying another brand or type of tire. I have 2 sets of rims that wear these.

    -m-2016 SUZUKI King Quad 500AXi--
    May 3, 2017
    Lajitas, TX, US
    Age: 25-44
    Purchased
    over 2 years ago
    Gender:
    Male
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    What are the specs for this tire.....weight and tread depth?
    Robert R on Nov 22, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: What sizes are you interested in?
    Are these DOT approved?
    Kevin A on Jul 7, 2017
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    BEST ANSWER: If a tire is DOT approved we will state this in the Product Details. These tires are not DOT approved.
    Need tires for my '03 Grizzly 660. I ride mostly forest trails out west with roots, rocks, some mud and the rare paved road. Looking at the classic Bighorns, ITP Terra Cross and saw the Bighorn 3.0. With the 3.0 I would have to up size to 26x11-12 from 25x10-12 rears etc., but I don't think what would be a problem, they look like they will fit. Suggestions or thoughts?
    Bob on Sep 15, 2019
    BEST ANSWER: Yes they will fit just fine I put them on a 2004 grizzly 660 !
    haven't done any trail riding yet ( sadly ) but used last winter to plow home
    and my wife's office parking lot very happy with the tires & they look awesome
    Can I run a 26" tire on back with 25" up front on a 4x4? Don't toss are still good but wanted to go wider in back and hence to go up in diameter to get wider.
    Thanks
    Ricci C on Oct 31, 2019
    BEST ANSWER: you could with limited 4wd use on soft ground. you would love a full set. radials front and rear
    How much do they weigh?
    29x9x14 & 29x11x14.
    Thank you,
    Travis
    A shopper on Nov 26, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: The 29x11x14 weighs in at 31.4 lbs and the 29x9x14 at 27.8 lbs.
    For whatever reason, Maxxis does not list the weight of the Bighorn 3.0 tires. I am interested in the 26x9x12 and 26x11x12. What are the weights of these tires in these sizes?
    Paul N on Apr 4, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: Im showing that the 26x9-12 weigh approximately 22 lbs and the 26x11-12 weigh approximately 28 lbs.
    What is the difference between the 2.0 and the new 3.0 specifically
    weight and overall puncture durability?
    A shopper on Apr 21, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Both tires are pretty much identical in weight and puncture resistant. The 26x9-12 in both the 2.0 and 3.0 weighs 21.8 pounds. And both are a 6 ply rated tire. The main difference comes in the slight change in tread design. The 3.0 tires are front and rear specific, whereas the 2.0 is not necessarily location specific.
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