- Original equipment tread design, fitments for a variety of 2 and 4 wheel drive ATV applications
- Directional “V” angled tread design with wide gaps between tread blocks promotes;
- Cleaning action for better traction over rough terrain;
- Additional shoulder lugs protect rim and sidewall
- Heavy 6 ply rated nylon construction resists punctures and abrasions ;
- Tire Size: 24×8-12
- Brand: WANDA
- Pattern: P341
- Ply Rated: 6
- Tread Depth: 0.79″
- Rim Width: 6.5″
- Max Load: 310lbs@7psi
- Load Speed Index: 40J
Robert D –
atv tiresz: good tires good fit would do again when needed. fast shipping
Sandra Grooms –
Lots of tread: Nice steering tire, and good traction
Zollie L Rayner Jr –
Great tires, take to a tire shop to have them put on: Awesome tires. Do yourself a favor and take them to a local tires shop to have them switched out
Amazon Customer –
Good tire at affordable price: Fast shipping, product as described
Same tread pattern as stock Honda Pioneer 700. Good price.: Tore my sidewall first time out with my Pioneer. This is a perfect replacement for the OEM 4 ply. It’s been on basically as long as other three OEM tires and is wearing at the same rate. Nothing to complain about. The price I paid at the time was roughly $132, so basically $66 a piece for the tire. That’s hard to beat. They have gone up a bit they are now roughly $150 that’s still $75 each, that’s still pretty damn good. Since it is a pair, I bought a cheap steel wheel and I now have a spare to take with me.
Larry Turner –
Item was delivered on time: Like that the description of tires was totally accurate which made the value stand out.
4 years later!: Got these tires about 4 years ago. Mainly for northern MN rocky trail riding and then plowing snow on driveway in winter. Awesome reliability and durability. No issues and great traction.
Good value: Need installation bars for tire mounting if doing at home. A little tough to seat bead.
Blaine Bob –
Shinny new parts: Correct size and look good haven’t gotten to use them much yet, come on spring….
Doug Jordan –
Great replacement: Replaced the rear tires on my TRX 250 and Raptor 660 with these, gives additional ground clearance with aggressive tread. I used a steel bar and a car to break the bead on the old tire. Use soapy water to get the new tires on the rim. I also used three ratchet tie downs placed on the radius of the tire with the ratchet device at 12-4-8 to get the gap to close so I could seat the tire. This forces the middle of the tire in and pushes the sides out toward the bead.