thanksMy vote is on the kanati terra masters. They are dual purpose seems like and do well on all the terrains that I have encountered! Road manners like an all terrain with the bite of a mud terrain. I have roughly 500 miles on mine and they seem to wear good also. I ride from paved surfaces to pretty nasty hill climbs and everything in between.
Heck ya...there are very many tires available...Just have to narrow them down by size and what tire you actually need for your terrain. Hope the best with them itp's....they've been Around for a long time, I'll bet they are a great tire. Peace!Well after much thought and research I have decided to go with ITP Ultracross R-spec tires for the Talon. There is a big selection of top notch tires available today. Aren't we lucky.... One big factor for me was that lots of teams that race Baja choose this tire because it is so tough. I want as little tire trouble as I can get. If you pick a top tire, many listed above, I just don't think you can go wrong.
I'm glad to see these tires on your machine and would like to hear more of your impressions! I just put a set of these 30x10x15 on my X, but haven't had the chance to drive with them yet. I'm heading for Moab in a couple weeks.. pending them opening the town and campgrounds back up... and wonder how these Mongrels will do on the rocks, as well as the rocky trails closer to home in the Pacific Northwest. How much air do you run in them?I switched out the OEM tires before I left the dealer to 30” Kanati Mongrels (10 ply). Kept the OEM wheels so it was an easy switch.
These are great tires, DOT approved (if that matters to you) and take a lot of abuse without any big downsides I ride mostly desert trails - some technically challenging with rocks and have zero issues.
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