Overview of Vision Wheel Front or Rear Trailfinder 26x12R-15 Tire - W18052612156
Inflated Width/Measuring Rim Width: N/A / N/A
Inflated Diameter: N/A
Acceptable Rim Width(s): N/A
Deepest Tread Depth: 24/32 in.
Balance Dot: No
Directional Arrow: Yes
Speed Rating: None
Capacities and Construction:
Bias or Radial Ply: Radial
Load Capacity/Inflation Pressure: N/A /15 PSI
Maximum Inflation to Seat Bead: 30 PSI
Tread Plies/Material: 6 Nylon
Sidewall Plies/Material: 6 Nylon
DOT approved for Road Use: Yes
Tube or Tubeless: Tubeless
Wheel Recommendation One or Two piece rims
Cross reference number(s):03200298
Specs for Vision Wheel Front or Rear Trailfinder 26x12R-15 Tire - W18052612156
|Deepest Tread Depth||24/32 in.|
|DOT Approved for Road Use||Yes|
|Inflation Pressure||15 psi|
|Material - Sidewall||Nylon|
|Material - Tread||Nylon|
|Ply Rating||6 Ply|
|Position - Tire||Front|
|Position - Tire||Rear|
|Sidewall ID Info||VISION PATHFINDER VPR AT26X12R-15 (305/50R-15)|
|Tire Classification||All Terrain|
Fitment for Vision Wheel Front or Rear Trailfinder 26x12R-15 Tire - W18052612156See if this part fits your ride
Part 653238 fits the following machines
Over the stock these bite a little less, slide more in the corners and provide a way better feeling of stability on the trail.
These also provided a higher ply rating avoiding the many punchers you may acquire with the stock 2.0's.
The traction is less but by no means is this a bad thing for me. I would rather a little slip when high speed cornering with the Can Am as they tend to feel top heavy and to gripe in the corners. With the new tires and less traction I can really slide without that feeling.
For the price this tire is Great!