Weather is perfect here for riding, and having nowhere to go, sucks.
Hard to find many specs on them, but from what I've been able to dig up, it looks like the 32-10-15 weighs in at about 42/43 lbs. Almost 5 lbs more than the 31" Maxxis Carnivores that come stock on the KRX.Sure is a good looking tire. I used to run 35" KM2's on my Camo Beast and was very pleased with them. Do you know how much they weigh?
I thought it seemed reasonable. Right in the ballpark with most other 32's. Lot of guys run 35's on these machines. They bolt right on with no mods needed. Kind of had my eye on the Maxxis Rampage. It only weighs in at about 35 lbs, but it also has a max load rating of only 505 lbs. They would be completely maxed out on the KRX. My machine has a wet weight of 1890 lbs. Add myself, my wife and our two dogs and those tires would be over loaded by at least 85 lbs per tire. Not going to do that. The BFG's have a load rating of over 1000 lbs. at low psi, and is a steel belted radial. Should be durable as all get out.That's not bad for a 32 inch tire
Yeah, from the looks you would think so. However, I don't care because we can't legally ride on roads in Colorado anyway, so it doesn't matter. I would bet that any law enforcement would likely assume they are DOT approved as well.I would have guessed they would be DOT approved but the picture says no.