Features an all new 8PR (8-ply) radial casing structure
Provides the highest level of puncture resistance and handling
Tread pattern provides a high level of traction on a wide range of terrain
All new center knob design provides low vibration and an overall smoother ride
Has tall knobs to dig into the dirt and mud; all knobs are spaced apart to help self clean and push the dirt aside
SAFETY WARNING: Please consult tire manufacturers publication (s) and/or website (s) for information on tire care, safety, installation, maintenance, manufacturers warranty and other information
Dimensions: Inflated Width /Measuring Rim Width:11.00"/Not Available
Inflated Diameter: 27.40"
Acceptable Rim Width(s): Not available
Deepest Tread Depth: 26/32 in.
Balance Dot: No
Directional Arrow: Yes
Speed Rating: Not available
Capacities and Construction: Load Capacity: 494 lbs
Bias or Radial Ply: Radial
Maximum Inflation Pressure to Seat Bead:36 psi
Maximum Operating Pressure: 7 psi
Tread Plies/Material: 6/nylon
Sidewall Plies/Material: 2/nylon
DOT approved for Road Use: No
Tube or Tubeless: Tubeless
I did a lot of research before replacing the tires on my new Yamaha Viking. The factory tires were OK, but too small and didn't have that aggressive look.
I narrowed down my choices to two possibilities and went with the Kenda HTR's. Factory tires were 8-25-12's front and 10-25-12's in the rear. I moved up to 10-27-12 and 11-27-12's respectively. They fit the stock rims fine and added some ground clearance and give the machine a better look and stance as well.
They are very stable on the road and great off road. I have a lot of mud here this time of year and a swamp across the road that we cross frequently to get firewood. These are light years better than the factory tires in all scenarios. Hope they wear like iron and will be getting another set of these for my Quad.