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Maxxis Carnivore Tires (Front/Rear)

Maxxis Carnivore Tires (Front/Rear)

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Improve ATV/UTV performance while giving your ride an aggressive look that says "I'll go where I want." The Maxxis Carnivore Tire is one of the most aggressive tread patterns you can find on a DOT approved tire, designed to plow through tacky and mud terrain while still maintaining a flat profile on the roads.

Spacing on the Maxxis Carnivore allows for good traction and mud cleanout. The sidewall has protruding blocks of tread, offering increased traction on rocks and in ruts while adding an additional layer of protection against punctures to its 8-Ply radial construction.

Maxxis Carnivores tires are non-directional and available in the following sizes:

  • Maxxis Carnivore 28x10x14
  • Maxxis Carnivore 29x9.5x15
  • Maxxis Carnivore 30x10x14
  • Maxxis Carnivore 32x10x14
  • Maxxis Carnivore 32x10x15

Customer Reviews of the Maxxis Carnivore Tire have been overwhelmingly positive and affirm that the Maxxis Carnivore is an aggressive, all-terrain tire with great performance on rocks, roots and desert terrains, while having a strong forward drive on hardpack environments.

Maxxis Carnivore Front and Rear Tires

Your ATV was built for dependable performance on tough trails, mud, snow, rocky ground and other difficult terrains. To fully realize your quad bike’s potential, you need to equip it with the right kind of tires. The Maxxis Carnivore is a legendary tire crafted for ultimate performance and packed with several groundbreaking features. With great low prices, dependable service and fast shipping options, 2Wheel makes it incredibly easy to get Maxxis Carnivore front and rear tires on saledelivered right to your home or office.

Truck-Inspired Tires for Tough Terrains

You’re a smart rider and wise shopper, so you probably looked for the best reviews on Maxxis Carnivore front and rear tires. If you’ve already read those reviews, you’ve seen other riders rave about the Carnivore’s performance and durability. How does this all-terrain tire earn such high praise? It starts with an 8-ply-rated radial construction combined with Maxxis’ specialized rubber compound designed for superior traction and control. This DOT approved model also features an aggressive tread pattern, crafted with expertly designed spacing and sidewalls equipped with protruding tread blocks. The result is a highly durable tire that delivers optimal traction, longevity and tread wear over extreme surfaces like rocks, roots, deserts and hardpack terrain. Meanwhile, its design allows it to keep a flat profile when you’re on paved roads.

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One thing you may have noticed when reading reviews of our Maxxis Carnivore front and rear tires onlineis the swift delivery, reliable service and great prices. When we say that 2Wheel is about fast shipping and better prices, we’re not just repeating a clever slogan. Those words are a promise to you, our customers. Thanks to our large network of powersports warehouses, we ship your orders fast and at the lowest prices possible. That’s how we can offer our Best Price Guarantee on thousands of items and fast, free shipping on orders over $75.

Customer Reviews (71)
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Mar 29, 2020
Jeff B.
Impressive
Very capable tire
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Feb 27, 2020
Brandon B.
Great Tires
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Feb 14, 2020
Steven C.
These are the best all around tires I’ve tried.
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Nov 30, 2019
Larry H.
Good traction and smooth ride.
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Nov 20, 2019
Michael L.
Great tires
Best all around tires works good ln rocks. And great in red clay mud it cleans out at lowe speed
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Nov 12, 2019
Lukas C.
So far, so good
I only have about 50 miles on these, but they have been through mud, muck, sand, and rock. They haven’t let me down. Time will tell on how they wear, but I’m happy with them so far.
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Sep 17, 2019
Patrick F.
Best tires I have ever bought!
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Sep 2, 2019
Mike T.
Good people to deal with and the wheels and tires were at my door in three days.
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Aug 31, 2019
Scott Y.
Great tires
They hook up well in mud, have great grip on the trails, HIGHLY RECOMMEND!
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Jun 17, 2019
Jason
Awesome Tire. Great traction in
Awesome Tire. Great traction in snow, mud, and hard pack
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I’ve got a 2018 Mule pro fxt, thinking of putting these on thoughts?
Andrew • Oct 26, 2019
Best Answer: Unfortunately, we don't have a true mounted size, but according to the Maxxis website the overall size is 30.
Staff • Billy • Oct 28, 2019
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What is the actual dimensions of the 30x10’s?
Lukas C. • Oct 25, 2019
Best Answer: Unfortunately, we don't have a true mounted size, but according to the Maxxis website the overall size is 30.
Staff • Billy • Oct 28, 2019
Is there tax on this?
Pat • Oct 7, 2019
Best Answer: Only if you live in CA, OK, or NC.
Staff • Nick • Oct 7, 2019
Just got my tires today to go on my polaris general what air pressure is everyone running in there maxxis carnivore
Jeff • Jul 19, 2019
Best Answer: Depends on your riding style. For notmal trail riding 10-12.
Garry • Jul 19, 2019
thanks everyone with responses, now trying to decide if going to a 32 inch size is worth the extra weight . don`t want to get into any clutching changes or just stick to a 30 inch, have lift on the maverick so not concerned about fitment, Going to 30 adds about 24lb over the stock 27`s but 32 will add another 16 on top of that, anyone else gone that large and was their many issues
tony • Jul 19, 2019
Best Answer: Frankly I have a highlighter with a gear reduction so if you want to save your clutches, I would recommend your to stick with the 30s. If you do opt for the larger size, you may want to look at larger rims. The larger the rims on any tire size, the easier it tends to be on your clutches since the tires weigh more than the aluminum rims a great deal of the time. Just one dude’s opine.
John • Jul 19, 2019
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