How Much Do Monster Truck Tires Cost? Answered! 

Monster truck tires from reputed brands like Goodyear, Firestone, and BKT cost from $4000 to $8000. However, on average a monster truck tire costs around $2000 to $2600. BKT is the most used monster truck tire type, which costs around $4700. 

As you can see, this is not the normal price range for tires. Usually, even high-end tires won’t cost more than a thousand dollars. So there are distinct factors that make a monster truck tire much more expensive.

To find out about monster truck tire prices of different brands, and the reasons behind these high prices, continue reading.  

How Much Do Monster Truck Tires Cost?

Monster truck tires cost around $2000 to $2600 on average. Compared to passenger car tires monster truck tires are super expensive. It’s due to the fact that monster truck tires are usually 66 inches in diameter and 43 inches wide, which are so much bigger than regular tires. 

The Standard size of monster truck tires is 66 inches tall and 43 inches wide. The tire pressure is around 20 to 25 Psi. So all the prices given below are for this 66X43.00 – 25 size floatation tire. 

Brands Load Capacity (lb) Pressure(Psi) Price $

4787- 5034 
Goodyear 17600255874 – 6543 
Firestone19400356987- 8250
Marcher 992125
Marcher 1102430

These brands don’t manufacture monster truck tires but farming floatation tires. Those tires are then modified for monster trucks. All monster truck tires from the abovementioned brands cost a few thousand dollars. 

To put that in perspective, you could buy the full set of tires for four cars with one monster truck tire price. BKT is the most common monster truck tire provider and they have been supplying all monster jam trucks since 2014. Another top supplier is Firestone, which provides more grip due to having a thicker cut. 

Source: Monster truck Fandom 

The Goodyear brand makes the Goodyear super terra grip tires that are used on monster trucks. These are capable of handling more load than BKT tires and the price is also higher than BKT. 

Why Are Monster Truck Tires So Expensive?

Reason why tires are so expensive is due to there intricate manufacturing process, high amount of raw material, small market, and special design. The elephant in the room is the tire size, which is taller than a 10-year-old. 

Manufacturing Process

The manufacturing process of monster truck tires is different and requires bigger machinery and mold. A large amount of rubber and raw materials need to be handled to make a new monster truck tire. At the same time, the labor cost and machinery cost is high. 

After buying a 66-inch tall and 43-inch wide floatation tire from a manufacturer, the tire needs to be cut with a hot knife to get the desired tread pattern. This reduces the weight of the tire and gives a boost to the vehicle’s speed. 

The manufacturers like BKT and Goodyear design monster truck tires with special designs to have more durability and strength. Furthermore, the tires have an immense load capacity, which results in their high price.

Material and Size 

Tire raw materials include rubber, synthetic polymer, fabric, etc. All of these depend heavily on natural resources and are usually expensive. Monster truck tires are much more expensive since they have more materials in them.

Needless to say, a monster truck tire has a lot more raw materials in it than passenger car tires. Monster truck tires weigh around 1000 lbs and are six times bigger than regular tires. 

Small Market 

Monster truck tires are a small part of the tire industry when it comes to sales and usage. Most people use farming tires and modify them to perform on the Monster jam. As a result, the market for this large-size tire is small, hence it costs more. 


The design of monster tire trucks is a comprehensive process with variants such as common V tread, hybrid tread, half-striped and plain design. Similarly, modifications to get a better performance like smoothing the tread edges near the sidewall, and making tread depth smaller are performed on these tires. All of this increases the price of a monster truck tire. 


How Long Do Monster Truck Tires Last?

Monster truck tires last up to five years or longer and longevity varies from brand to brand. These tires are designed in a way to handle an immense amount of load with about 30mph speed. So the longevity is a bit higher than regular tires which are 3-5 years. 

Are Monster Truck Tires Filled With Air?

Yes, monster truck tires are filled with air. Monster truck tires are filled with 8 to 10 Psi of air pressure. But it can be inflated to 25 psi of tire pressure. However, some people cheat in the monster jam by putting water in their tires. 

How Much Does A Monster Truck Tire Weigh?

A monster truck tire weighs about 800 to 900 pounds. To put that into perspective, a passenger car tire weighs 14 to 22 lbs. So, one monster truck weighs about sixty regular tires. 

Bottom Line 

Hopefully, this article answered the question “how much do monster truck tires cost?” with sufficient data by covering all major monster tire suppliers. There isn’t any dedicated monster truck tire manufacturer, but farming tires are modified for monster trucks. 

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