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I currently have 28x9x14 Mega Mayhem tires on my 2011 Teryx. I am looking to change to a less agressive all terrain tire, as we do more trail riding than off-roading.
The local dealer suggested AMS Radial Pro's. I have not been able to find out much about these through Internet searches. Has anyone had any experience with these, or know anything about them? I was also considering GBC Grim Reapers. Both are in the same price range, about $120 per tire. Any other suggestions? I don't want to go higher than that price point.
 

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I currently have 28x9x14 Mega Mayhem tires on my 2011 Teryx. I am looking to change to a less agressive all terrain tire, as we do more trail riding than off-roading.
The local dealer suggested AMS Radial Pro's. I have not been able to find out much about these through Internet searches. Has anyone had any experience with these, or know anything about them? I was also considering GBC Grim Reapers. Both are in the same price range, about $120 per tire. Any other suggestions? I don't want to go higher than that price point.
Where are you located? I have a set of 27/10/14 EFX Motoclaws (used but still probably 80% or better) that I could give you a good deal on, but I don't want to ship them... I went the opposite direction you did, and replaced the Motoclaws with Mega Mayhems! To each his own...
 

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Haven't heard of the AMS tire but pretty much all of the GBC tires are really good. I ran a set of GBC Dirt Tamers on my RZR for 2000 hard miles with no issues:icon_thumleft: Also look at the STI Rocktane XD's, great bullet proof trail/rock tire for a good price.
 

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Where are you located? I have a set of 27/10/14 EFX Motoclaws (used but still probably 80% or better) that I could give you a good deal on, but I don't want to ship them... I went the opposite direction you did, and replaced the Motoclaws with Mega Mayhems! To each his own...
I am outside of Nashville, TN. Would love to make a deal, but I'm afraid the shipping would be crazy.
 

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I am outside of Nashville, TN. Would love to make a deal, but I'm afraid the shipping would be crazy.
Yeah, I knew it was a long shot. Not a lot of riders in western Illinois... Good luck with whatever you decide! Unless of course, by outside of Nashville, TN, you mean 8 hours north! LOL>
 

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No, but I work for Caterpillar so I do get to your area every now and then.
I'm less than an hour west of Peoria. If you are not in a hurry for your new skins, let me know your schedule and I could even meet you in Peoria sometime with the tires if you are interested. As good as they are condition-wise, I'd like to get $400 out of the set. They are DOT approved and 8 ply. No holes, patches, or plugs. I think I had 400 miles on them when I went to the Mega Mayhems. One of the tires I put the green slime in, only to find out it just needed to be re-seated on the bead. The other three have not had anything put in them. I think these tires new are about $190 a pop. Let me know what you think, if you'd rather text or call, my cell is 309-221-5426. Thanks, Ed.
 

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I'm running 27" Roctanes at 8-10 psi with 8 ply rating and have been very pleased on the traction and ride. They are $125 ea from Rocky Mountain ATV with free shipping.


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We really like the traction, handling and toughness of the STI Rocktane XD tire as well. One of our Managers has put them to the test many times without one failure.



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are you looking to sell the megas?? If so, I may be interested if they are in decent shape and the price is right. Being that you work for Catepillar do you think you could stick them on a company truck to Gregory Poole Marine here in Beaufort NC?? I am right around the corner from them and have a couple friends that work there

just a thought - might work out for us both and save the freight cost. Let me know if you think its a possibility
 
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