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Old 09-26-2017, 12:35 AM
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Default New UTV Tire Has Two Tread Patterns



GBC says one type of tread is 50% too few when it comes to the tires on your UTV:

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Wonder if those would wear evenly or not.
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That has the potential to be a really good UTV tire. It is similar in design to the Goodyear Wrangler MTR, which works very good on a wide variety of terrain for a Jeep


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That has the potential to be a really good UTV tire. It is similar in design to the Goodyear Wrangler MTR, which works very good on a wide variety of terrain for a Jeep


Thank you. I had been trying to remember who made a dual tread tire. I'd love to get a set to try here in New England with its mix of just about everything.
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On mild terrain, its probably a good tire. I can guess they will be quite expensive though. Doesn't look like it would be a good mud tire, just not aggressive enough. Probably wouldn't be great in snow either. Looks like a good hardpack trail or pavement tire though. Most likely would last a long time, much like the Bighorns do. For the people that only use their utvs for pavement and poorly maintained gravel and dirt road cruising, it would be perfect.
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