Have you guys had any experience with the Maxxis Bighorns on your Renegade? How do they do on the trail and in some mud and water? And what is the difference between the 2.0 and regular editions? Thanks
I have a 2013 Can-Am Outlander Max 800R XT-P with the default tires and wheels, but I like to buy Maxxis Zilla, but, What's the best option?
- Front: 27x10x14
- Rear: 27x12x14
- Front: 28x9x14
- Rear: 28x11x14
Somebody with pics?
Thanks for any suggestions. :yahoo:
I have offically worn my stock act's to the point they will blow out very soon, so im going to bite the bullet on some new shoes. Im stuck between 3 tires, ITP Mud Lite XTR's, Mud Lite XL, or Maxxis Bighorn. either of which will be a 26" tire that I plan to run on hard packed and some mud/water...
So for my summer tires i have come down to these two tires. I am most like going to run 27" S/W on stock rims. My question is which is a better choice? Swamp lite 27" kit for $399.80 or Zilla 27" kit for $451.80 I am looking for a tire that will last and do good in sand, some mud/water, hard...
Thought someone might want to see how this combo looks on a 2009 800 Max. No clearance issues at all. Seems like Zillas run a bit small in size. Looks like I gained about 1.5" more clearance in front and back based on measurements from bottom of floorboard to ground.
Would highly recommend...
I know people will try everything no matter how crazy sounds or looks ,, but in three cases i saw same tire 26x12x12 ( maxis big horns ) for both front and rear on can'am 800's . Why on earth would anyone do something like that what could be the advantage ? please enlight me ..
Dear all , i have owned in the past an outlander 400 , 650 , and now 800RLtd Max. I love my atv's and i have stick to can am due to reliability and performance .. but what i hate on the can'ams and really dont see why they are not fixing is :
1: lousy cvt intake/out positioning ... why dont...