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Maxxis Bighorn MT

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Product Information

MSRP: $2,500.00
Average Price: $513.51
Manufacturer: Maxxis
Yes: 100 / No: 4

The Bighorn radial adds to an already impressive line-up of serious light truck tires offered by Maxxis. Judging by appearance, there?s no question that the Bighorn is an aggressive off-road tire. Judging by design, it?s exceptionally engineered to meet the challenges of the most demanding off-road enthusiasts.

- Staggered shoulder lugs for added traction in uneven terrain.
- Deep tread blocks for self-cleaning capabilities.
- Pinned for studs.
- Excellent traction in mud and rocky terrain.
- Enhanced puncture resistance.
- Outstanding handling capability on all hard terrain.
- RWL = Raised White Letter


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Registered User
BB6_Cherokee's Reviews
12-19-2014, 04:08 PM
Price: $1,100.00
Pros: excellent traction, good tread life, excellent bite in all weather conditions
Cons: little droning at lower psi at speeds over 30mph on hardball road
Recommended? Yes

Comments: got these tires about 4 years ago for 250 each, tire shop charged me an additional 25 a tire to mount/balance them, not a single problem out of them, and i've put over 30k miles on them, its almost time for a new set and i'm thinking about sticking with these tires for my rig but upping from 32x11.5R15LT to a 33x12.50R15LT for slightly wider tread patch at lower psi

Registered User
MuddyMatt's Reviews
09-26-2014, 06:39 PM
Price: $675.00
Pros: excellent grip and long lasting
Cons: sometimes take up to 6oz of weights to balance
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Maxxis make some of the deepest tread patterns out there. the bighorn mudder is fantastic offroad and on. overall superior product

Registered User
jadams800's Reviews

05-27-2014, 03:30 PM
Price: $175.00
Pros: Cheap
Cons: Cheap
Recommended? No

Comments: I had these (32") on an 04 TJ. I bought them because I didn't want to spend a ton of money at the time. Wound up having them on the Jeep for two years. I would say after about a year they had some pretty serious wear and had I kept that Jeep any longer they would have needed replacing. They start out on the quite side for their type, but definitely get louder as time goes on. Gas mileage took a nose dive as well. If you really care about mileage and aren't doing a lot of off-roading maybe go for the all terrains instead.

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HawaiiJoe's Reviews
12-23-2013, 12:56 AM
Price: $1,200.00
Pros: I will let you know when i put more than 30 miles on them.
Cons: I will let you know when i put more than 30 miles on them.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I will write a review in the next 6 months when i have given them a good breaking in

Registered User
osprey710's Reviews
03-27-2013, 11:29 PM
Price: $170.00
Pros: Traction, low noise
Cons: none
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Clean out nice, excellent traction. Low road noise until fronts got chopped by front shocks leaking. Been running the same set for 3 years now and still have good tread on rears. Front worn down by shocks leaking. Price has gone up since I bought mine, now they run about 275


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Platypus's Reviews
01-15-2013, 10:07 PM
Price: $208.00
Pros: great in all terrain. low road (pavement) noise.
Cons: they wear really fast as all good M/Ts do
Recommended? Yes

Comments: i love the whites out. haven't had a chance to take them out at this time, but they have done great in the poor weather thus far.

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arkabilly's Reviews
10-30-2012, 10:30 PM
Price: $800.00
Pros: great off road traction unstoppable in the mud good price
Cons: so so on road manners. Don't beat em on the rocks or you'll be sorry!
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I got these from the local tire shop for a good deal a little over 800 for 32x1150s was awesome. I do a little driving in around town on them. They did well at superlift orv park. I wouldn't recommend them to someone who drives mostly on the street but if you like to throw your jeep in the mud every chance you can then this is the tire for you.

Registered User
Robhimselfff's Reviews
10-04-2012, 08:32 PM
Price: $180.00
Pros: These tires have helped me through every obstacle I've come up against and haven't let me down yet.
Cons: Big tires come with big tire problems. Couple brake issues needed to be addressed, as well as some tranny and gear work.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: This tires has the exact look and fit the application i needed without the big price of a Mickey Thompson or a Pro Comp set up. Also surprisingly quiet at highway speed for the aggressive tread.

Registered User
MontanaTJ's Reviews
10-03-2012, 11:08 PM
Price: $1.00
Pros: Deep tred, grabs everything
Cons: none
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Theses tires were on my jeep when i got it, the tire shop says there 220 a piece. I have taken them over sharp rocks mud snow and rain with no problems. There really not that loud on the highway eather.

Registered User
smashedfrog88's Reviews
07-30-2012, 08:58 PM
Price: $800.00
Pros: Pretty good offroad and on trails
Cons: Little loud which I kinda like
Recommended? Yes


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pistonhead's Reviews
07-25-2012, 05:45 PM
Price: $1.00
Pros: Sound great
Cons: Tread wears fast
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Came with rig when I got it. Hard compound

Registered User
creativ's Reviews
07-17-2012, 11:22 AM
Price: $1.00
Pros: Excellent tread pattern. Great mud clearing ability.
Cons: These are some seriously heavy tires. MPG takes a hit for sure.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Maxxis Bighorn MT 32x11.5 on 15x8 Cragars.

These are some very aggressive tires, but also function well on road.

Grip: In mud they are second to none. They really dig in and grab, and clear quite nicely. In snow they don't compare to Blizzaks, but I still felt pretty capable, and was able to crawl myself out of some interesting situations using 4WD in the U.P.

Noise: With a tread pattern like this, you will have some noise. With windows up you wont notice them at all, but with windows down you definitely know they are there. That's what the volume knob is for though.

Tread Wear: They appear to be wearing evenly, and I am not disappointed in terms of tread life. It is worth mentioning that they are very stout tires, as close to bulletproof as I have ever seen. I have gone wheeling without a spare (terrible idea I know) because of the confidence they inspire.

MPG: These are some heavy duty tires, and I mean heavy. I was hitting 20MPG before, now I am somewhere around 16 on a good day.

Balance: They took some weight, but balanced right out with no problems even using all sticky weights.

Registered User
Ksyrium's Reviews
07-01-2012, 02:41 PM
Price: $200.00
Pros: good traction, good wear,
Cons: holds onto rocks often.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: pumping higher pressure has reduced road noise - although I kinda miss hearing them roll down the road, but better MPG's is worth it. Currently around 40 psi.

Registered User
ClarkJeeps's Reviews
01-24-2012, 07:53 PM
Price: $300.00
Pros: Great for off road use very long lasting
Cons: low hum, dont last as long as road tires.
Recommended? Yes


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Duck Doctor's Reviews

01-03-2012, 07:52 PM
Price: $400.00
Pros: Quiet
Cons: None
Recommended? No

Comments: Tires are much quieter than the BFG MT's I had on my TJ.

Registered User
HitowerInc's Reviews
12-06-2011, 09:56 PM
Price: $100.00
Pros: Hook up well, Does great in rain and offroad. Look great
Cons: Loud. Very Loud.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Got these tires cheap on a trade. They work great but are really loud on the road. If i was spending full price I probably would have got something different but I'm happy with them for the price i got em for.


Registered User
KevKaos's Reviews
10-30-2011, 04:03 PM
Price: $195.00
Pros: Seem to work equally well on the road and in the dirt. Just did a two day wheeling trip, and they hooked up nicely. Quieter than most other aggressive tread tires when on road.
Cons: Haven't had them long enough to notice any negatives.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: My review is covered in the pros and cons. I haven't really had them long enough to judge their wear, and that is one of the big things for me. I used them on a recent wheeling trip, where I faced a bit of everything. Rocks, sand, dirt, water and mud. They handled everything fine. So far, I am very happy with these tires.

Registered User
TheJuDge19's Reviews
09-12-2011, 04:22 PM
Price: $250.00
Pros: Solid Ride, good handling on or off road
Cons: None
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Purchased a set of 31x10.50 for my existing 15 inch wheels. Got a great price on all 4 with about 70% tread left. Considering a new set of the same brand but 33x10.50 as I have seen em on another red Cherokee "twin" running about town and they look aggressive! I recommend a set for anyone looking to get dirty quick and on a tight budget

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BAREFOOT1's Reviews
08-31-2011, 06:41 AM
Price: $170.00
Pros: good on road manners for a mud tire
Cons: not the greatest offroad
Recommended? Yes

Comments: upgraded from the goodyear silent armor to the Maxxis Big Horn for a more aggressive offroad tire. Tire still has good on road manners, but gives me more capability for trails and hunting in the woods.

Senior Member
sal-XK's Reviews

08-07-2011, 05:03 PM
Price: $800.00
Pros: great price and great off road traction and handle weight very well
Cons: A little loud on the pavement.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Just wanted to add an update to the Big horns I'm running. I have about 1.5 yrs on them now and still wearing awesome and looking good. I have miles and miles of rock trails on them as well. I'm running stock rims and air these down to 10PSI with no issues at all great flex in the tire awesome puncture resistance as well. Were my friends are getting there sidewalls cut threw I'm just pushing threw no problems. I had these in snow, mud, lots of sand and of course rock and tons of water. The traction is outstanding in all area's were I don't even air down at the beach.

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