Which is the best tire for innova

ATV tires

Hello everyone

Everyone of you knows it: at some point even the best tire is down. So also with me. Since I unfortunately only have relevant knowledge in the car and two-wheeler area and it is not possible to make comparisons (at least with the tires), I turn to people who have to do with the whole thing in a very practical way. To you! I found it a bit strange that the well-known tire manufacturers such as Bridgestone, Dunlop, Michelin and Co are not represented in this sector. I can only explain the fact that the sales figures in this area are too low.

I drive 60% on-road and 40% off-road.

At the moment I'm holding onto the Sun-F A043 as the successor to my ATV in the sizes 25x8x12 at the front and 25x10x12 at the rear.

I would also be interested in what brands you are traveling with or whether you have already changed tires on your vehicle.

Add to that the balancing I recently read about some "balancing pearls". Have you already tried something like this?

Thank you in advance for your answers

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From my own experience I can recommend Maxxis, Kenda and Innova.

With them, however, I only have experience with off-road tires.

Maxxis is the absolute No. 1 for quad and ATV tires !!! but also the most expensive.

I would classify the tire manufacturers that way.

1. Maxxis, Goldspeed

2. Kenda

3. Innova, SunF

4. Wanda, Kingstire

There are also Duro and Cheng Shin, which I can't really classify is between the Kenda and the Innova and SunF.

You also have to differentiate between getting off-road or road tires.

Wanda and Kingstire would both rule out poor quality.

Due to the poor concentricity, I would exclude the Innova and SunF from pure road tires.

Innova and SunF are ok, but I only use them for off-road tires.

The SunF are praised by some trade magazines for their price-performance ratio,

the tires are considered a compromise.

The profile of the Sun-F A043 is a good mix when driving on-road and off-road,

have the same profile as the Maxxis Cero, but cost a good € 30- € 40 less.

I've never balanced off-road tires, and I think they're superfluous.

I have no experience with pearls.

Danger! Tires from Innova, Duro and SunF often arrive deformed (see pictures), but you can still pull them on.

It is best to put it in the sun 1-2 days before opening.

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From my own experience I can recommend Maxxis, Kenda and Innova.

With them, however, I only have experience with off-road tires.

Maxxis is the absolute No. 1 for quad and ATV tires !!! but also the most expensive.

I would classify the tire manufacturers that way.

1. Maxxis, Goldspeed

2. Kenda

3. Innova, SunF

4. Wanda, Kingstire

There are also Duro and Cheng Shin, which I can't really classify is between the Kenda and the Innova and SunF.

You also have to differentiate between getting off-road or road tires.

Wanda and Kingstire would both rule out poor quality.

Due to the poor concentricity, I would exclude the Innova and SunF from pure road tires.

Innova and SunF are ok, but I only use them for off-road tires.

The SunF are praised by some trade magazines for their price-performance ratio,

the tires are considered a compromise.

The profile of the Sun-F A043 is a good mix when driving on-road and off-road,

have the same profile as the Maxxis Cero, but cost a good € 30- € 40 less.

I've never balanced off-road tires, and I think they're superfluous.

I have no experience with pearls.

Danger! Tires from Innova, Duro and SunF often arrive deformed (see pictures), but you can still pull them on.

It is best to put it in the sun 1-2 days before opening.

Thank you for the tip. The picture is awesome that something still runs smoothly afterwards ....

hey unfortunately only drive off-road tires the bighorn maxxis now already 6600km and drive 60% road are now 33% of the profile because friends of mine have got the sun F are positive from the profile the price is a bit faster but price-performance is top and I've also had balancing pearls in there for a few tkm, driving really better because they keep adapting

So somebody has to explain to me about the balancing pearls: confused:, I've never heard of it.

If there is such a thing, that is definitely a fine thing.

Kind regards , :)

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Originally written by schnubbel1

So somebody has to explain to me about the balancing pearls: confused:, I've never heard of it.

If there is such a thing, that is definitely a fine thing.

Kind regards , :)

these are small glass beads or something that are statically charged you can fill in a small funnel through a valve if you drive now they sit after a short at the imbalance if you stand for a while they fall down again when you drive again after a cover swap can be taken out and again using it is 100 times better than without it

mfg Steffen

So I was very disappointed with my original Dunlop brand tires. They held up 2000km in front as well as behind. Now I've got the Kenda Executioners. They are approved for speeds of up to 120km / h, they are 10 times better on the road, especially in the curves, and they cannot be stopped off-road either. I had two nails in the Dunlop's, and with the kenda's I've now driven around 4000km, no nail and 75% of them are still there. I guess that I drive 60% road and 40% forest / field paths. The only disadvantage is that the chassis has become a bit harder. But no problem for me.

So that the balancing pearls come through a funnel into the tire is new to me.

The balancing pearls are in a small bag and are placed in the tire before mounting.

If you start driving, the bag tears and the balancing pearls can serve their purpose.

I've read that balancing granules (balancing pearls) only make sense in truck tires. Otherwise it's just throwing pearls at the swine.

:)

Hello V8 Klaus,

yes, the original Carlisle only lasted 4000km with me. I now have the new Maxxis Bighorn 02 (not to be confused with the old model M-917/918, which has a coarser, harder profile and is much louder!).

I have now driven 1000km and only have 2mm abrasion (the new profile has 2cm thick bars!). I drive a 1000 Outlander with 82PS and certainly don't give it anything when accelerating. Drive 70% off-road. The tire is not balanced, runs absolutely smoothly and quietly, even at 125km / h.

Very good road holding on asphalt (not to be compared with the Carlisle ACT, where you think you are swimming away in the bends!), In the terrain they also have incredible traction!

But if you drive less off-road, there is the Maxxis Ceros as a compromise, which, depending on the driving style, should / can last about 10,000 km. Sun-F just copied the good profile.

There are tire manufacturers who deliver their tires folded to the dealers in order to keep the transport costs low (as was already written for the Innova etc.). I've seen it myself at the dealer. They first have to be inflated with the help of a hose and then brought into shape for a few days. So wouldn't save money here!

Kenda isn't bad either.

VG, Cany

@ pelzebub

Thanks for the information. I think I have to change my driving style and curb my right thumb a little, lol. I should probably drive around bends with 4 wheels rather than just two ...... would also reduce the blowing tire wear a little ...

In addition, the 800 is just really cool on the gas, not to mention the 1000, I suspect. It'll probably pull your gloves off at full throttle ...

But the tires on my eight-ender last even longer (20,000 - 25,000 kilometers)

I'll try the balancing pearls when I change tires.

Yes, I have to hold on tight, the sprint from 0-100 is in 5 seconds. done: D.

The deduction from 100km / h to 125km / h (governed) is also very fast ...

Yes, the 1000 is a monster on 4 wheels;).

VG

Envy, envy ........

My 800 must definitely be in service for a while.

The next big investment goes into a new (used) car.

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Originally written by ms1985

So that the balancing pearls come through a funnel into the tire is new to me.

The balancing pearls are in a small bag and are placed in the tire before mounting.

If you start driving, the bag tears and the balancing pearls can serve their purpose.

I got the pearls from my dealer who has a 5kg bucket is cheaper than the bags and when the tires are already fitted, simply take out the valve insert, run the funnel and purely with it, the valve insert is back in the air