Kenda K546 Speed Racer Front Tire

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    Kenda K546 Speed Racer Front Tire

    Features:
    • New front and rear specific tread patterns designed for ATV/Utility turf / hard surface applications
    • Approved E Mark for European standards
    • Excellent design for ATV dual purpose racing
    • NOT FOR ON-ROAD USE
    • Item # 26309
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    Worked out great!

    Gary - September 19, 2012

    (sautee, GA)

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    We have been using these tires around our park on our utv carts. They are much smoother and wear considerably better than the Knobbys that came factory on them. We use them all around the park but do spend quite a bit of time on the concrete paths.

    Brent - September 08, 2011

    (topeka, KS)

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    great for asphalt use.

    We mainly use our ATV on pavement for getting around the paddocks at race tracks. The OEM knobby tires, wore out after a few years, and I was looking for something that would wear better for the pavement. These Kenda tires fit the bill. First they are the exact same size as the OEM tires. They are smooth riding, and give lots of traction on the asphalt. The cornering is better with these tires (less weight shifting to the front just to get the ATV to turn when going slow), but we go get some tire squeal when we turn tight and the solid rear axle has to slide the rear tires.

    David - May 10, 2010

    (Paso Robles, CA)
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