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Duro Power Grip Radial ATV Tire

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MSRP: $119.95 - $196.95 - You save up to $71.96 (37% off)

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  • The Duro Power Grip is a radial constructed tire that is designed to help alleviate the hard-impact when riding on rough trails with pits or gravel and boost driving comfort.
  • Innovative sidewall design aids in protecting the tires shoulder from punctures and gives added protection to the rim.
  • The ply structure gives the tire the strength it needs to resist puncturing and boosts the life of the tire.
  • The 25x8R-12, 25x10R-12, 26x9R-12, 26x11R-12 26x11R-14 and 26x9R-14 are 6-ply rated while the 26x8R-14, 26x10R-14 and 26x12R-14 have a 4-ply rating.

Duro Power Grip Radial ATV Tire Reviews

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OK But leak air around the beads

Comments On Jul 01, 2014:Have had these tires on my RZR for a year or more now but have only put about 300 miles on them. Since day one I have been fighting air leaks on three of the 4 and after having them checked out by 4 different reputable shops it was finally discovered by a good tech that there was a slow leak around the bead on 3 of the tires once mounted. It is a small defect/bump/warped spot in the tire bead. Basically when the machine sits for a week the tires all go flat. I have had my Vision Outback wheels checked and its not the wheels as I have tested my stock tires and they dont leak. When they do hold air they do ok on the trail it just sucks having to constantly add air. I also had a sidewall cut on my last ride this past memorial day and am now at a cross road. Do I just replace the one tire with the cut and keep dealing with air leaks or do I bite the bullet and get rid of these things and the headaches all together?? Drives me nuts as they still have a ton of tread left. Pretty disappointed to say the least.

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Better than stock

Comments On Jun 10, 2014:The tires are good but I should have spent a little more and got the big horns. Seems like they do a little better than the duros

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Poor handling

Comments On Jun 02, 2014:The tires are wider than expected and protrude from rear fenders. So, I always end up with lots of mud and rocks on my back. Not a great high speed tire due to excessive vibration. After 500 miles on, one of the traction wedge torn off and effectively destroyed the tire.

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not a good high speed tire

Comments On May 29, 2014:these tires have very good grip in mud and snow but reallyyyyyy suck if you ride faster than 15 mph,the best tire was 7 3/4 oz out of balanced.

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Excellent tire for the money.

Comments On Apr 26, 2014:I bought a set of these for our farm four wheeler a while back, and was impressed with the quality. I haven't got to ride it that much to test the tires, but was impressed enough by my little time with them to pop on a new set for my wolvie when I cut a sidewall on the stock set and ruined one. I have had this 4 wheeler since 06, with the same factory tires, and know it inside and out. I am honestly impressed with these duro's. I have gotten to know what my bike will and wont do, and usually stay away from anything questionable. I have slowly gotten fed up with the lack of forward bite from the factory radial tires and when I cut a sidewall last week felt like it was time to take the plunge. It has been wet and slick since the day I put these on, and I have been excited to try them out. In all seriousness, the stuff I used to not even try, I have no problem getting though even with no run. Better on hills, more side bite sliding, more forward bite in any condition.
My biggest concern was the weight, as these tires weigh more than the tires and wheels combined from the factory. Honestly though I didn't notice a drastic reduction in performance though. I do have a ported head and a cam, and a little clutch work, but really nothing serious.
Other than that, I didn't notice a imbalance on these or the first set I bought for the farms 09 king quad. I did get paranoid on this set after all the reviews and air them up to 25 psi overnight before the first ride but really don't know that it mattered.
Lastly, these things don't need much air on a atv. I am down to 5 in the front and 4 in the back and am probably gonna drop to 4 and 3 soon. The factory tires I always ran at 7 and 6 so this is a big change. they are very stiff tires.

Additional Comments On Apr 26, 2014:an lastly again, they do measure short. I got these cuz based on prior reviews, and the fact I had a set mounted up and parked next to my bike with factor tires, I realized they were VERY comparable to the factor 23 inch tires. I got the 25-10-12's and 25-8-12's and they are probably an inch taller overall than the factory 23's. maybe less. however they swell exponetinally with air pressure.. when I aired them up to 25 psi they were huge. its possible they made their measurements with a significantly higher airpressure than would be rationally ran in a real world environment. thanks!

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very nice

Comments On Apr 22, 2014:tires work awesome all around.... very nice

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Tires run way smaller than advertised

Comments On Apr 10, 2014:I bought these tires for one of my older ATV's. The tires seem well constructed and seem to grip well. However, the reason why I bought these was to put a "cheaper" tire on an older ATV, and the saying is true, you get what you pay for. Fully inflated, my 25" Duro's measure 23"...I understand tires do not always run true to their size, but 2" smaller is ridiculous. Had I known that I would not have purchased these tires. I wish RMATV listed the approximate actual size and weight of their tires, since that is a big consideration for most people.

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best tire i ever had

Comments On Feb 22, 2014:these tires are like the maxxis bighorn but they are cheaper and they bite like crazy great tire for the money. A+ in my book . I use my atv for everything from mudding to pulling logs out of the woods, i had them for 3 years now and they still have a lot of life in them.

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Perhaps I spoke too soon

Comments On Jun 19, 2011:I did a great deal of research before deciding on a new tire purchase. I was very happy with the previous tires I had on my Grizzly 660, but decided that since I would be riding alone most of the summer, I didn't want to be left stranded 20 miles from the nearest help, from trying to milk the last 50% of the tread and ending up with a cut from a sharp rock I could not plug. I couldn't be more pleased with tires than I am with these Duro Power Grips. After 2 days of hard ridding in mud bogs, sand hills, crossing streams, climbing rocky hills, off camber trails, climbing over fallen branches, snow drifts, and gravel roads, I couldn't find anything these tires didn't excell at. I even had to tow two others in my group up a hill they spun out on that had no bypass. The ONLY downside is being a radial they take some getting used to. I have only used bias in the past, and there is a distinct difference in handling characteristics. After inflating up to 6 psi from 5 front and 4 1/2 rear as per Yamaha recomendation, most of the squirrly handling disappeared. (sidewall says you can go up to 7 psi) They ride better, and go where you point them with ease. I upsized from 25x8-12 and 25x10-12 to 26x11R-12 front and 26x12-12 rear to get more flotation, since comparing them side by side in Rocky's showroom showed the O.D. to be insignificant, and was happy I did. When we got to the sand dunes the wider footprint kept me on top of the sand better.
Additional Comments On Aug 21, 2011:I now have just under 1000 miles on these tires. The traction and ride still amazes me. I have had these on trails that I know OEM tires would not have been able to handle, yet at the end of the obstical section I emerge with a dry mouth, and lump in my throat over what I have just survived without any damage to either me or my bike. A friend has been along with me on a few of the tougher trails, he is running a Grizzly 660 like mine, but with Maxxis Bighorns. Without reading the sidewall, you cannot tell the difference from these Duro's, but the Duro's are cheaper. Another friend has been running MudLite's on his 700 Grizzly, having a few traction failures over the rock ledges, and climbing out of the rutts these Duro's just take in stride. I have been playing with the shock preloads and tires pressures. My testing shows 5 1/2 psi rear and 6 psi front seem to be the sweet spot for best handling and traction. Buying these tires is one of the few times I got it right the first time.

Additional Comments On Feb 16, 2014:I gave a flowery review on Duro Power Grips, but this last weekend I found the Achilles heel, that hard way. These tires are way too prone to sidewall punctures. 1 sharp stone got both the front and rear tire on the left. Could not even find the cut in the sidewall on either tire, but would not hold air from compressor. I have a better chance of becoming a movie star than get any kind of warranty on this issue. I will be looking at another brand for the replacements.

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Not for snow

Comments On Feb 13, 2014:I purchased these tires for my sportsman 850 and they are absolutely horrible in the snow. They may be good for mud and dirt but forget about snow.

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