Quad bike tyres

Discussion in 'Agricultural Matters' started by unlacedgecko, Apr 17, 2019 at 5:31 PM.

  1. unlacedgecko

    unlacedgecko Member

    Location:
    North Lincolnshire
    Need some new tyres for the bike.

    25 X 10-12

    Have tried Google and get lord of "Bear Claws" and "Executioners" for £90+.

    Cheapest I can find is £70. Anyone know of anything cheaper?

    Quad only potters along fencing flat land so don't need anything extreme.
     
  2. A lot of quad dealers will have new take-off tyres that were upgraded to larger more aggressive tyres when the quad was sold to its first owner.
    Hopefully they will be selling them at a good price.
     
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  3. Deutzdx3

    Deutzdx3 Member

    Try Allterraintyres.
     
  4. Boydvalley

    Boydvalley Member

    Location:
    Bath
    Had my last set off @AFM. Easier to go to your local independent. Mine were absolute barstewards to get off:mad:
     
  5. Forage Trader

    Forage Trader Member

    Location:
    Ceredigion
  6. Terry Elsey Tyres

    Location:
    uk
    25/10.00X12 6PR PROTECTOR MARS £50 each plus vat free delivery

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  7. Brisel

    Brisel Member

    Location:
    Dorset
    BKTs here. They took over Maxxis I think.
     
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  8. unlacedgecko

    unlacedgecko Member

    Location:
    North Lincolnshire
    Got a pair of take offs fitted today, so she's all good to go for the weekend.

    Cheers for the idea!
     
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  9. AFM

    AFM Member

  10. AFM

    AFM Member

    Quads tyres are a nightmare to fit without a machine and some tyre companies complain when you take them there. I hope you are happy with the tyres once they were fitted??
     
  11. Innova Mud Gear tyres here and IMO nothing comes close for the price. Brilliant tyres.
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    £65 fitted for the rears at my local ag workshop (he has his own tyre machine)
     
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  12. Boydvalley

    Boydvalley Member

    Location:
    Bath
    Sorry. That didn’t read well. Had some maxxis abuzz off you for well below what the OP was quoted. They were your recommendation for road and grip and are wearing really well. Float well in really wet conditions.
     
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