Unless the changed them the BigHorn is a 6ply tire. It's a great all around tire (bigreds came stock with them) and wear good. Are you planning on staying with the 12 inch wheel size or jump to 14's?
I was concerned when reading through the reviews, some of the reviews are pretty bad, bad enough to have me looking elsewhere. But there are a good amount of positives ones:we run these on our snowplowing rigs (foreman450-500) and wair like iron and are a great tire and great prices
Tusk TriloBite ATV Tire | ATV | Rocky Mountain ATV/MC
the only experince i have is with them is on 600-700lb honda foreman 450-500 ....... i guess the tires cant take double the weight of the SxSsI was concerned when reading through the reviews, some of the reviews are pretty bad, bad enough to have me looking elsewhere. But there are a good amount of positives ones:
reviews: Tusk TriloBite ATV Tire Reviews | Rocky Mountain ATV/MC
Haha, sounds like a **** of a time though!i don't take whats is in a tire review as law .....you dont hear the whole story ....you only hear that the rear tires failed ........but he doesn't put in that he was drunk and tried jumping a 30 foot creek with 6 people and flipped 7 times ......i would read that review ....lol
When you say softer ride, ya mean better riding? When I put the 8 ply radials on, we (wife and I) noticed a more firm ride that handles the bumps better than the stock tires.These tires ride a little softer than stockers and should have better traction.
lookin good soapy!I added some new tires and wheels to my pioneer today. I went with 26x9r12 and 26x11r12 Kenda Bear Claw HTR ( hard terrain radial). I had a set of Polaris aluminum wheels that come on their LE models with a 6 and 1 offset. I had these tires and wheels on a rzr for about a 1000 miles but they still have excellent tread. The Polaris wheels have a 4 on 156 bolt pattern vs. a 4 on 110 on the pioneer. From Superatv I purchased a set of their 1 inch spacer/bolt pattern adaptors for $110. I measured the ground clearance at the rear skid plate before and had 10.5 inches. With the new tires I now have 11.5 inches so these tires are about 2 inches bigger than the stock tires. Before my speedo read about 1.5 mph fast now it reads about 1.5 mph slow according to gps. Overall I gained 2 inches of width. These tires ride a little softer than stockers and should have better traction.