5 Best ATV Tires

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BEST OF THE BEST
Bottom Line
A well-rounded tire for all-around use that operates well on dirt, gravel, rock, mud, water, and any other slop that the vehicle may encounter.
Perfect for withstanding the rigors of plowing snow, moving manure, and hauling brush without any complications.
While it doesn’t quite match the ITP 56A304 Mud Lite or Bearclaw in terms of durability off-road, the Scorpion is the ideal tire for lighter-duty applications.
We didn’t find the Executioner to be that much better than the Bearclaw or ITP, each of which offer more traction, durability, and a better ride.
There is almost no reason to buy the Carlisle over the ITP and Bearclaw which are better all-around tires and go for a much lower price.
Pros
Offers impeccable control, rides smoothly and quietly, and is one of the least expensive investments that you can make. Offers a solid ride across a multitude of applications.
Can be plugged numerous times after being punctured, giving it a second life in the rare case that it does sustain a hole the first time around.
Performs exceptionally well on golf carts, and is the tire of choice on the green.
This is a tire for lighter-duty applications, and it is meant to be used on smoother surfaces.
It provides solid traction without damaging the turf or grass underneath the vehicle - an important consideration if you plan on using it in your own yard.
Cons
We couldn't find any considerable drawbacks to this tire.
A bargain on many levels, but it doesn’t quite match the Bearclaw in terms of bang for the buck.
As is obvious by the tread design, it will not perform well splashing through the mud or moving snow.
It offers enough grip to get you in trouble but seemingly not enough to extract you out of it.
More expensive than the Bearclaw or ITP.
BEST OF THE BEST
Preview
Bottom Line
A well-rounded tire for all-around use that operates well on dirt, gravel, rock, mud, water, and any other slop that the vehicle may encounter.
Pros
Offers impeccable control, rides smoothly and quietly, and is one of the least expensive investments that you can make. Offers a solid ride across a multitude of applications.
Cons
We couldn't find any considerable drawbacks to this tire.
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Bottom Line
Perfect for withstanding the rigors of plowing snow, moving manure, and hauling brush without any complications.
Pros
Can be plugged numerous times after being punctured, giving it a second life in the rare case that it does sustain a hole the first time around.
Cons
A bargain on many levels, but it doesn’t quite match the Bearclaw in terms of bang for the buck.
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Preview
Bottom Line
While it doesn’t quite match the ITP 56A304 Mud Lite or Bearclaw in terms of durability off-road, the Scorpion is the ideal tire for lighter-duty applications.
Pros
Performs exceptionally well on golf carts, and is the tire of choice on the green.
Cons
As is obvious by the tread design, it will not perform well splashing through the mud or moving snow.
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Bottom Line
We didn’t find the Executioner to be that much better than the Bearclaw or ITP, each of which offer more traction, durability, and a better ride.
Pros
This is a tire for lighter-duty applications, and it is meant to be used on smoother surfaces.
Cons
It offers enough grip to get you in trouble but seemingly not enough to extract you out of it.
More information
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Bottom Line
There is almost no reason to buy the Carlisle over the ITP and Bearclaw which are better all-around tires and go for a much lower price.
Pros
It provides solid traction without damaging the turf or grass underneath the vehicle - an important consideration if you plan on using it in your own yard.
Cons
More expensive than the Bearclaw or ITP.
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Last update on 2017-12-14 PST - Details


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