Tusk Terrabite UTV tires on a 50″ RZR 900 EPS Trail. Detailed owner review and trail footage.

First part is my review, next I show how it goes through 50″ gates and the last 15 minutes or so are GoPro footage of the tires on a wide variety of roads and trails. I am not associated with Rocky Mountain ATV•MC

I now have an update video after 1,200 miles: https://youtu.be/Pihi8yOZo6M


Down Town Paddy Browne says:

Great review thanks think I’m going to get the same tires. Quick question for you I just did the door lowers on my 900 trail did you find that the triangle filler pieces didn’t fit very well with out some persuasion . Thanks

acstorm07 says:

I am running 27x9x12 on all four corners, myself. It seems to work well for me. It also gives me the option to be able to rotate. Is there a valid reason to run a larger tire in the rear than the front?

Colt Rockwell says:

Answer or don’t, I understand. Where are you riding these trails at? Here in Colorado they are slightly different. I don’t have my mind made up on 50” trail or 60+”. I want the trail due to your videos.

Dave Gribble says:

Thanks for the great video I have been driving myself crazy, ( actually just a short walk) with what tires to install on our two 2015 trail eps RZR. We do not have many public roads to ride here in Pa but your review is a big help. You were so helpful with your posting about the stones flying thru the radiator. Since I did the honeycomb treatment to both my wife’s and my RZR over 5,000 miles between them and no stones thru the radiator. Keep up the great videos and thank you so very much.

Garrett Cibak says:

Still having good luck with these tires? I have the stock GBC Dirt Commander tires and I get holes in the sidewalls all the time.

TagGeorge says:

Jealous of your riding area. Illinois it is limited.

Phantasy Hax says:

I have a 2017 RZR 900 Trail.

If you are having ground clearance issues, the stock springs/shocks sag after less than a year. Both your front and back A arms/ axles are almost horizontal, which limits your suspension travel by quite a bit, and kills ground clearance. I gained almost 2 in ground clearance replacing the shocks (Bandit Series 46). A new set of springs on the stock Sachs shocks would also improve ground clearance, and make the ride much smoother. Getting the suspension back to the right angles improves ride quality, and improving the springs through new shocks/springs makes body roll much less, making the machine handle much better at speed, and on the trail.

This would also solve the camber issues in the rear, due to the suspension no longer sagging, and tipping the top of the wheel in.

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