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post #26 of 37 (permalink) Old 10-05-2018, 05:44 PM
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Rage Mohave Tires

Finally wore out the front tires on my 2017 Teryx LE after only a bit over 3000 miles. The Bighorn 2.0 tires just aren't very tough. I decided to go with Rage Mohave tires from Discount Tire with the same size all around including the spare. I now have 28x10x14s all around on the stock LE rims. the suspension is stock too, no lift kit or spacers. After about 400 miles on the new tires I am really pleased. There is no rubbing even on extreme downhill turns and the tires seem to be way more stable than the Bighorns. Consider me HAPPY.
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post #27 of 37 (permalink) Old 10-08-2018, 07:33 AM
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Finally wore out the front tires on my 2017 Teryx LE after only a bit over 3000 miles. The Bighorn 2.0 tires just aren't very tough. I decided to go with Rage Mohave tires from Discount Tire with the same size all around including the spare. I now have 28x10x14s all around on the stock LE rims. the suspension is stock too, no lift kit or spacers. After about 400 miles on the new tires I am really pleased. There is no rubbing even on extreme downhill turns and the tires seem to be way more stable than the Bighorns. Consider me HAPPY.
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post #28 of 37 (permalink) Old 04-02-2019, 08:02 PM
 
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Just curious how you liked those Mohave Rage tires ? I'm looking at getting the same size for my Teryx 4.
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post #29 of 37 (permalink) Old 04-03-2019, 09:16 AM
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The tires made my Teryx feel much more stable in all conditions. It climbs technical situations easier than before and it also performs better in sand, water and mud. Driving on blacktop is more stable too, although I don't do that much.
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Have you gotten several miles on them ? Have they wore good
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The new tires have almost 1000 miles on them now and they are still terrific.
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Here's an update on the Rage Mohave tires on my 2017 Teryx. I now have over 2300 miles on the tires and they just keep surprising me with how good they are. When I was in Moab they got me through any trail or situation I encountered. In Colorado where I ride in the summer they have taken me places that are very technical with no bad issues. The tires work very well on blacktop which I have to drive on occasionally, but they are just fantastic on the rocky trails in the high country. Rock crawling is no problem and neither is mud or sand or deep water. With the Rage Mohave tires my Teryx seems able to go anywhere except for in deep snow which there is plenty of in Colorado this summer.
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Here's an update on the Rage Mohave tires on my 2017 Teryx. I now have over 2300 miles on the tires and they just keep surprising me with how good they are. When I was in Moab they got me through any trail or situation I encountered. In Colorado where I ride in the summer they have taken me places that are very technical with no bad issues. The tires work very well on blacktop which I have to drive on occasionally, but they are just fantastic on the rocky trails in the high country. Rock crawling is no problem and neither is mud or sand or deep water. With the Rage Mohave tires my Teryx seems able to go anywhere except for in deep snow which there is plenty of in Colorado this summer.

Thank you for taking the time to post your results on the Rage Mohave tires. I ran them for a couple of years as well on my Wildcat X with similar results. They are a Very solid tire in all terrain.

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post #34 of 37 (permalink) Old 08-06-2019, 07:01 PM
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One of my friends is so impressed with my tires that he is taking off the Big Horns on his brand new machine and putting on the Mohaves.
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That's awesome to hear. Let us know if we can help him.

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what kind of windshild is that
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Looking hard at the Mohaves on my stock wheels (4LE). Seems like the 28" would be a good all around size
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