Join Date: Sep 2017
Location: Near Fredericksburg Virginia
I had a set of Ripsaw's on my ATV once. Very hard tire with very deep tread. Seemed more like a truck tire than an ATV tires. I hated them on the ATV and immediately took them off, but I think they would be great on a Teryx.
I rode with P.T. once and saw his Rockabilly tires and thought they looked and performed great. I now have them on my bike too. After some rides and adjusting, I have finally settled on 7 PSI in the front and 6 PSI in the rear. Same size tire front and rear (28/10/14) and I really like the ride, comfort and traction with this setup. At 10 PSI I wasn't getting my full contact patch on the ground. The way I have it now feels about perfect.
I do have true bead locks, but you don't have to have them at that PSI. I would bet you could run those Ripsaws at 6 PSI without bead-locks and be just fine. On my ATV, I let the Ripsaws down to 2 PSI and they were still too hard.
2016 T2, 2011 Brute Force, 2008 Vulcan 1500