Deestone Swamp Witch Quad Tyres

Smudge

Member
Location
Pembrokeshire
I've done a google site search and can't find a thing, does anyone have any experience of these tyres? Will be going on a 2wd Kawasaki with a differential and diff lock, and it doesn't get any high speed tarmac work, so want something aggresive and open tread. The Kenda executioners don't seem to come in the right size.

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https://www.bigtyres.co.uk/tyres/24x11-00-10-6-ply-deestone-d932-swamp-witch-tl.html

Thanks
 
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jellybean

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Location
N.Devon
My experience of the tyres like Kenda Executioner is that they are fine for straight line pulling through mud but not so good at changing direction, you turn the steering but quad tends to want to go forward. I have one set of wheels with Kendas for winter and another set with different tyres for "summer" (if we get one!)
Kendas are also not the size they say they are, check the height with a tape measure.
 

neilo

Member
Mixed Farmer
Location
Montgomeryshire
I've done a google site search and can't find a thing, does anyone have any experience of these tyres? Will be going on a 2wd Kawasaki with a differential and diff lock, and it doesn't get any high speed tarmac work, so want something aggresive and open tread. The Kenda executioners don't seem to come in the right size.

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https://www.bigtyres.co.uk/tyres/24x11-00-10-6-ply-deestone-d932-swamp-witch-tl.html

Thanks

I've no idea of that particular tyre, but that's the type of tread pattern I'm always looking for to be able to drive in mud soup all winter, with the least amount of tyre slip/mud flinging/rut cutting.
 

Al R

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Livestock Farmer
Location
West Wales
Local tyre place can't get the swamp witch tyres but can do the Anclas in the correct size, so looks like I'll give them a go, cheers
If your used to tyres that slide or used to sliding sideways through gateways are speed etc be careful on grippy tyres like these as it’ll throw you straight over (y)
 

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Livestock Farmer
Location
West Wales
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One of the other farms has had a lot more than 110mm as every time I go there I get wet and it’s still dry at home which is 3-4 mile away....
 

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