Unless modified, every Vegas that ain't a Jackpot (back when they were called the Vegas Jackpot) should have a 180/55-18 rear tire. That is a wonky tire size and I only found 3 or 4 options. One of the popular fitments is a H-D Dunlop. I think Avon makes a tire in that size too. Front tire was a bit easier to find, but if you want matching rubber, yeah, your options are a bit limited. Might note they don't roll outta Spirit Lake with matching rubber, tho, since front is a Dunlop E3 and the fear is like a D417 or something.there's lots of tires out there, depends what you want. you can usually vary sizing up or down one size according to rim width. your front tire is a tire for a certain look + like the big 250 rear sizes has its shortcomings. more traction is less wear and vice versa
Stock spec is a 90/90 x 21" Dunlop Elite... there are thousands of 90/90 size tire out there.Looking for tires for a 2011 vegas 8 ball. Nice choice Polaris. I can find tires for bmw, Moto guzzi , or many other bikes with much better selection. End of rant.
Too wide to fit on the rim from what I've been told.Stock spec is a 90/90 x 21" Dunlop Elite... there are thousands of 90/90 size tire out there.
Ive got a perfectly brand new 005 Advance Shinko for your Vegas for a steal. Its a sport touring radial tire and a little bigger than the stock size will give you much more road handling ability. 120/70x21"
heres some info on it: