As anyone run the Michelin Anakee wild tires ? I can get a good deal on a set but don't know anyone that has used them. I was going with the Karro's but tempted by the Michelins
I just ordered a set of Anakee Wild for my AT and I'm wondering, any issue with clearance between the front fender and the tire? There's minimal clearance with the stock tire so hopefully there won't be any rubbing.
Michelin has a new tire that might be just right for you. The Anakee Adventure is a 80/20 Tire with 2CT+ (dual compound) technology. I currently have Shinko 804/805 and love them and they have served me well. The rear is worn out after a recent trip of hard riding on and off road. It's time for a new tire. I have the new Anakee Adventure in the garage waiting to be put on.I know this thread is a few months old, but I have a set of the Mich Wild on my ATAS for the last 700 miles, 90% on road. I have had zero issues with them. I ride fairly hard, lean way over in the corners and generally hooligan the ATAS as much as I can. The only question will be longevity with my 90% on road usage.
Regarding the Rugged Road Fender lift: Could not make it fit on the 2018 ATAS with the included fasteners. Do you have any install tips?I have the Rugged Roads fender lift but I'm 98% sure that even without it you won't have any issue with clearance between the tire and fender. The front knobs are only 6-7 mm.
Regarding the Rugged Road Fender lift: Could not make it fit on the 2018 ATAS with the included fasteners. Do you have any install tips?
What do folks say about the Michelin Anakee 3 tire