UTV Tires | SxS Tires
The overall tire height when properly inflated. You can measure this by taking a soft tape measure around the circumference of the tire and divide that number by pi (3.14).
Width is measured in a straight line from the furthest point on one sidewall, across the tread, to the furthest point on the opposite sidewall.
Rim diameter is the diameter of the rim/wheel on which the tire will be mounted, in inches.
Shop The Best UTV TiresUTV Tires are not all created equal. Yes, they’re all round and made of rubber, but the similarities about stop there. Each tread is specifically crafted to thrive on a different terrain. The wide, deep tread of a UTV mud tire will keep you tearing through the mud, just as a low, smooth tread will grip the hard pack. The deep paddle-like tread of a sand tire is perfect for digging in deep to the loosely packed sand. No, tires are not created equal, and that’s a good thing! Each tire is unique and perfect in its own right; perfect for a specific landscape. Here at Dennis Kirk, we know the importance of the right tread. That’s why we carry the best selection of the best UTV tires on the market today from brands like Maxxis, ITP, Sedona, Quadboss, High Lifter and more.
Tread is not the only place that tires may vary. They also vary in height and width. Upgrading the size of your tires is a great way to make your UTV look even more mean, more rugged and tougher than before. However, it’s important to remember that a major increase in tire size can add stress and strain to your UTV’s drivetrain. It's not a bad idea to upgrade your axles and clutching when going with over sized tires!
For you convenience, we have broken down the products into categories which can be found on the left side of the screen. The tires can be broken down even further by aspects like height, width, and ideal terrain. We hope you find it useful, we are happy to help however we can.