Maxxis MT-762 Bighorn Tire Reviews
(Based on 6 Reviews)
On Maxxis MT-762 Bighorn TiresOn 06/20/2016 gave an Overall Rating of 4.00
Give me more options for driving type. Most of my miles are county roads and dirt roads. The only tire I've used on my pickup in 10 years. These mud tires work great for me on a crew cab powerstroke. Not much they can't chew through in mud or snow. If I'm stuck I'm down to my axles.
On Maxxis MT-762 Bighorn TiresOn 04/19/2016 gave an Overall Rating of 3.50
Pretty noise with small vibration at slow speeds but been good so far. Wouldn't recommend for heavy gravel drivers look like there a little soft for gravel
On Maxxis MT-762 Bighorn TiresOn 01/06/2016 gave an Overall Rating of 4.00
On Maxxis MT-762 Bighorn TiresOn 12/23/2015 gave an Overall Rating of 4.00
Just put on my second pair of the Bighorns in 315/75/16 8-ply. I got 3 years out of the first set and liked them enough to buy a second set. Previous tire was Nitto Terra Grappler-which was a good tire, but I need the most aggressive tread I can get for working and firewooding around my woods. I've been stuck with these tires, and it took a Caterpillar in both instances to un-stuck me. Once a dozer and the next time a skidder. They can be quite noisy but proper rotation and alignment/wear patterns goes a long way to reduce such. I don't mind the noise as I require the performance that you'll NEVER get from a truly quiet tire. Of course these are whisper quiet when you first mount them. They all are. Will I buy them again? Just did. My driving conditions are Rural highway/Offroad primarily with 15% or less "City" with a slightly tweaked Cummins 12v (~400/900 hp/tq).
On Maxxis MT-762 Bighorn TiresOn 02/25/2014 gave an Overall Rating of 3.00
On Maxxis MT-762 Bighorn TiresOn 01/04/2014 gave an Overall Rating of 4.50
I use this old truck to drive in the woods for hunting. These tires really helped me get past some places I would have trouble with before. Good tire for the money and works better than most little mud tires.