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I just noticed that my Max's front Bighorn 2.0's are have a "4PR" stamped in the side, while the rears say "6PR".

I assume this means that the fronts are 4 Ply Rated, while the rear's are 6. I'm not real happy about this. Can-am's marketing material clearly states that the Bighorn 2.0's are "6 ply".

Does everybody else's fronts read 4 Ply? This thing seems pretty heavy for just a 4 ply tire.
 

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you are correct. 4PR in the front, 6PR in the rear
 

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can am has nothing to do with maxxis big horn ratings can am does have 6 ply tires there just on the back , lol
 

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This was actually an upgrade for the Maverick. Commander tires are 4 ply all around.
 

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The rears are 6ply rated dues to the additional forces applied to them during riding, turning, jumping ect.
I look at it this way. Were lucky, at least they put 6 ply in the rear and didn't cheap out with a 4 ply so you would be forced to change them.
 
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