Good tires. Only concern would be what is the weight? LBS are a big thing for me when I decide to shop.
Agree. From what I've been able to find, the 32 x 15 BFG is about 43 lbs. The Carnivore is around 38 lbs. The extra 5 lbs should be fine. Guys are putting 50 lb 35" tires on these things and seem to be okay.Good tires. Only concern would be what is the weight? LBS are a big thing for me when I decide to shop.
I was a huge fan of Bighorns on my atv's until I discovered the Kenda Bearclaw HTR. That pushed BH's to number two on my list. They just lack lateral grip in slippery, snowy conditions. I don't think that a 6 ply tire is enough for today's bigger, heavier side by sides, and the 8 ply HTR's don't come in big enough sizes. I have been very impressed with the Carnivores. Great traction, but very hard to find in stock anywhere. Seems everyone wants 32" Carnivores these days. I don't understand why Kawasaki put the 31" size on these machines.Nice tires but for me in the wet NW I need more open tread. It is wet n soft up here with random clay, mud, rocks etc. Carnivore is proving a good overall tire. Honestly the Bighorns are really good as well except for clay and gumbo.
Yea man that suxxSo my good deal is being returned for a refund. Apparently the 32-10-15's are on back order, with no time table for them to become available. Their best "guess" was late June. Thanks but no thanks. They already took my money for a product they didn't have, and now want to just hold onto my money indefinitely. I don't play that game. Guess my search will continue for my next "best" tire. LOL
How do they measure up compared to the Carnivores? So many tires fall short of their advertised height. The KM3 is "supposed to" measure in at 31-1/2". I believe that is with the weight of the machine on them. Not sure. Now I'm going to have to go back and see if I can find where I read that.SxSblog loved those tires and were amazed at the traction they got from them. I installed a set of 32x10r15 Quadboss tires on my KRX View attachment 159