If you were to take a look behind the scenes at SuperATV, it would be no surprise that we developed the best mud tire on the market. The people who design and test these tires are the same people you tear up the trails with on the weekend, so whatever they come up with is bound to be great.
Assassinators feature a massive 3” tread depth, super-wide lug spacing, and a self-cleaning tread pattern. This gives you incredible pull and control through the thickest mud you can imagine.
We could sing the praises of these tires all day long. And so could the riders who have tried them! You’d be hard pressed to find something bad to say about Assassinators. Just take a look at the feedback we get from customers.
Drew — “Clean out great and pull awesome in sand”
We love reviews like this because they show how truly versatile our products can be. Although Assassinators were designed with a laser focus on mud, Drew put them to the test in sand and discovered that they pull better than any other off-road tire he’s owned.
Troy — “The best mud tires”
We’re a sucker for badass customer photos. And Troy’s claim that Assassinators are the best mud tires he’s ever had makes this photo even better.
Jamie — “The most aggressive out there”
Jamie’s review is proof that we met our goal when designing Assassinators. We set out to develop a mud tire that cleans and digs better than anything else, and it looks like we succeeded. Another reason we love Jamie’s message is because it shows several SuperATV products in use. Our mud tires, A-arms, and GDP portals make for one seriously impressive Outlander 1000.
Jarred — “Best tire on the market”
We couldn’t help but stop and admire the pic Jarred shared. (Remember what we said about badass customer photos?) But this is also a great opportunity to talk about how Assassinator Tires are just as capable in the snow as they are in mud.
Ryan — “Look and perform great”
The addition of Assassinators gave Ryan’s Honda quad a total makeover. We agree that they look awesome in action, and we couldn’t be happier that they perform just as well.
Chad — “Wish the rubber was more flexible”
We understand wanting a little more flexibility but because Assassinators have such huge lugs, softer rubber isn’t really an option. The lugs would wear down much more quickly, or even fold over from the weight of the machine, if the rubber were softer. Plus, a firmer rubber tire gives you more control at high speeds.
Aaron — “Could be better if they came in a 10 wide”
We’re glad Aaron brought this up! We totally understand wanting a wider tire for certain applications, but that just wasn’t our focus when designing Assassinators. We keep them thin so they can cut through anything. The skinnier design gives you better grip in the mud and therefore a smoother, more controlled ride.
Our team is made up of riders just like you, so you can trust us to deliver what you want and need. And when it comes to mud, what you need are Assassinators.
We knew you’d love them because we love them, too. But we don’t stand blindly behind our products! If you ever have an issue with these tires or any of our other products, our awesome customer service team is happy to work with you until you’re satisfied with your ride.
Assassinator Mud Tires are available in six different sizes, including a low-weight option that comes in at only 52 pounds! Buy your set today and you’ll be ready to tear up your favorite mud hole by this weekend.
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Will 28x10x14 fit on a 2006 Honda rancher 350? It has 2” lift and 27” itp mud lites on it now. Would it have the power to turn them?
Hey Trav, it should have power to turn them, but I’m unsure of the ground clearance, since these aren’t tires we sell ourselves. Thanks for reaching out!