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About Our Best 6" Motorcycle Tires

6" Motorcycle Tires

If your ride is an ATV or a UTV, you need specific tires, depending on the terrain. All terrain or trail tires are the most versatile, allowing you to ride on any surface without switching out the tires for certain terrains. However, tires for mud, sand, and racing work for their terrains. While specialized tires exist for optimum riding on particular surfaces, these main types are most useful and help save you money. BikeBandit.com has 6” motorcycle tires for your ATV or UTV, as well as other sizes you wish to try.

Switching Sizes

You may be tempted to go larger on tires for your ride, but you need to watch out for tire rubbing and a larger turning radius because the tires are bigger than your ATV can handle. It’s usually best to go up a single size to experiment before committing to new, bigger tires that can prove to be costly later.

Changing the height or diameter of your tire has advantages and disadvantages. Going with a small diameter tire lowers your center of gravity and ground clearance so you’re less likely to tip when making tight turns but more likely to high center when riding on rough terrain. Small diameter tires let you accelerate faster but negatively affects your top speed. Tires with larger diameters will have the opposite effects, such as a higher center of gravity, making your ATV more likely to tip. Top speed will be higher but acceleration slows and the brakes and drivetrain experience more strain.

Maintaining Your Tires

Tires need regular maintenance to ensure safety, longevity, and ride quality. Maintenance also helps limit wear and tear on the tires. Inspect tires for cracks, punctures, or damage to the tread or to sidewalls. Check valve cores and steams for damage or leakage, since these cause air pressure drops and underinflated tires. Items lodged in the sidewall or tread affect tire performance and should be removed. Riders with heavy feet when braking or accelerating tend to wear out tires faster than average, so taking it easy will make the rubber last longer.

Shop Online at BikeBandit.com

BikeBandit.com has OEM and aftermarket motorcycle parts, accessories, and gear, such as 6” motorcycle tires for ATVs and UTVs, or larger tires for a change. With our Best Price Guarantee, we match advertised prices of OEM and aftermarket items from any authorized online retailer. All orders over $99 get free, fast shipping and real-time tracking. Our Bandit Bucks Rewards program rewards you on every purchase and saves you money on future orders.

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