Whole Size of Hot Sale Pattern atv tire/ UTV Tire 26x11-14
Types of ATV Tire Treads:
They are Mud Tires, Sand Tires, All Terrain (Trail) Tires, and Racing Tires.
ATV All Terrain Tires- a Jack of all Trades
²Built to work in many types of terrains
²Versatile performers - comfortable in some sand, light mud, trail riding, hard pack and the like
²Tread designs characterized by ½”-3/4” lugs and feature a tight, knobby lug design
²Better wear and puncture resistance and performance of stable, fuel economy and endurance
ATV Tires are Non-highway Service Tires, ATVS, Utility Vehicles, Side Vehicles & Fun-Karts.
Bias ATV tires still represent the lion's share of ATV tire sales. A bias tire is characterized by its diagonal ply construction. Typically bias tires are built using nylon, or other fabric, cord, run at 30 degree diagonals, overlapping each other, from the bead. The result is a carcass that is typically very tough- but also heavy, and rougher riding. Because of their weight and rolling resistance, bias ATV tires also sap some horsepower from your quad and typically use more fuel than a radial equivalent.
Packaging & Shipping
Packing and Shipping:
²Loaded in 20GP or 40HQ for shipment
²Wrapped up with white or golden plastic bands for protection or according to customer’s requirement (Package is Extra)
²Attached with Brand Name stickers and other certificates required
²Accept FOB, CFR, CIF, DDU and DDP
Package and Load Picture:
Noble Manufacture Co., Ltd
Founded in 2003, our main task is tire exportation to the world .During the development in more than 10 years; we have successfully established ourselves as one of the leading tire supplier in the industry with our own investment and technology in the factories. We have converted ourselves from the simple tire exporter to a tire manufacturer.
Our current line consists of PCR, LTR, Commercial Truck Tires and Specialty Tires. Always moving forward, we are constantly making improvements in our products to meet everyday changing demands. Our products carry the certification of ISO9001, ISO/TS16949, ISO14001, REACH, EU LABEL, E-MARK, NOM. BIS, SONCAP, DOT, GCC and INMETRO.
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How to determine my tire size:
Almost all ATV and UTV tires are sized in inches and use a format similar to this: 25X10.50-12. The 25 in this example refers to the overall height of the tire in inches. The middle number (10.50 in our example), would be 10.5 inches wide. The third number is the diameter of the rim in inches (12" in this case). If the tire were a radial construction, the dash after the middle number would be replaced by an "R."
What do the stars on my sidewall mean?
Most ATV tires will come with a stamp on their sidewall with either a ply rating (usually 2, 4 or 6) or star rating. Either way, a one star is equivalent to a 2 ply rated tire, a 2 star is equivalent to a 4 ply tire, and a three star is equivalent to a 6 ply rated ATV tire. So, what do the plies mean? They simply refer to the weight carrying capacity of the tire and the toughness of its carcass. A two ply, or one star tire, will have the lowest load capacity of the three, and typically the least robust carcass. A 6 ply is the opposite, having the most weight carrying capacity and (usually) the toughest construction of an ATV tire.
Does size really matter?
Well, yes - and no. The most significant improvement when looking to upsize your ATV tires is ground clearance. A taller tire simply lifts your quad or UTV higher off the ground, making it easier to traverse large rocks, roots, stumps and anything else that might be in your path. A taller ATV tire is not always better, however. The taller tire also raises your ATV's center of gravity, making it harder to keep balanced in turns, and typically less precise. This is why sport bikes almost always feature a low profile, shorter tire. A bigger tire also is likely heavier, and harder for your quads engine to turn. What about wider tires? Here again it depends. In mud for example, a wider tire might be better by increasing its flotation and adding biting edges. On a heavy ATV, though, this might work against you, so you may want to stay with a taller, more narrow tire that can seek traction at the bottom (if there is one!) of the mud. This is a scenario where you really have to think about how you use your ATV, and decide whether or not it makes sense to upsize your bikes shoes.
When to go bigger or smaller?
Almost all ATV's have the space available to put bigger tires, without making additional modifications. How much change is possible varies greatly according to your machine. The Kawasaki Mule, for example, allows for very little room to put on bigger tires. The real question is: What kind of quad do you ride and what kind of terrain do you cover?