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Thread: Maxxis M940 18x9x8

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    Maxxis M940 18x9x8

    Anybody have any reccomendations on where the best place is to get these tires?Thanks.........

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    This place carries them. They are on sale right now. http://www.jcmotors.com/pc-668-1279-...-atv-tire.aspx

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    Thanks musky!

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    Is this maxis tire good for MX??? Is it heavier than the snowhogs?

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    It is a little heavier than the snow hog but it is a larger tire too.Alot of the Hondas are running these for mx.

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    Originally posted by wvspeedfreak
    It is a little heavier than the snow hog but it is a larger tire too.Alot of the Hondas are running these for mx.
    Anyone using these for mx,i just bought a set for my sons Apex and i am wondering if its a good alround tire for diffrent surfaces.
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    maxxis

    We put them on put them on our 90 mod and really noticed a difference. We had to play with tire pressures a little but they work good.
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    Re: maxxis

    Originally posted by Ryko racing
    We put them on put them on our 90 mod and really noticed a difference. We had to play with tire pressures a little but they work good.
    Thank you for the input,so i guess we will do god with these,the Duro AT 18-9.50-8 we have on now are shoot and we are ready to put on the Maxxis.
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    2013 Yamaha Raptor 250R
    2008 Apex MXR Polini BB Evo
    2007 Honda TRX 450R My Ride

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    ITP makes a similar tire. Both are good mx tires, but the ITP's have a larger side tread and seem to hook up better in the turns.

    http://www.itptires.com/sportatv/mx.html
    FlyBy Racing

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    Doubledad

    Are you refering to the new 18x8x8 ?

    I havent seen a set myself. Do you know what they weigh ?

    The big bike ones are just too heavy for a miniquad.
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