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Maxxis VIPR Radial ATV Tire
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Maxxis VIPR Radial ATV Tire

Our price: $142.99$198.99

MSRP: $203.00 - $284.00 - You save up to $85.01 (30% off)

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  • The Maxxis VIPR is constructed specifically for side x sides and UTVs.
  • With a directional tread pattern and deep lugs this tire excels in loose to intermediate terrains, able to shed mud but also roll smoothly on hardpack.
  • Radial construction provides a plush feel and a large contact patch for the ultimate ride.
  • Features 6-ply rated construction and a rim guard.

Maxxis VIPR Radial ATV Tire Reviews

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Good tires, Good price

Comments On May 13, 2014:Very good looking tire that really performes on dirt roads and rocky trails. Doesn't tear up the yard or pasture unless you get on it and ride is much better than the aggressive mud tires. Unless you do most of your riding in deep mud I would definately recommend these tires.

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Vipers

Comments On Apr 07, 2014:More tread and greater depth than bighorn

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Used on front only

Comments On Jan 22, 2014:tires are a little hard and while they have a very aggressive tread pattern they did slip a lot. may be too heavy for use on an ATV They were designed for side by side and I went them due 6ply construction. (tired of getting flats). Turning was much easier, feels as good as power steering. I would consider again but might try something a little lighter. These came in at almost 30lbs each without rim

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1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Great Tires!!!

Comments On Dec 11, 2013:Bought this tire originally to put on a Renegade (bigger tire than stock), but after deciding to upgrade to a Commander these tires made for the perfect upgrade over stock. Handle's mud great, dirt trails are no problem, haven't used them much in a "rocky" situation, didn't change the ride in regards to comfort or tire noise on pavement. Tire does leave marks in the grass on slow speed sharp turns that original's didn't, but not bad just shows the tire is getting good traction. GREAT Tires, definitely recommend!

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Maxxis VIPR

Comments On May 22, 2013:Good looking tire, works well in rocks, ok in the sand. Don't think they are worth the extra 20-30 dollars over the Big Horns

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