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Founded in 1945, Duro tire company ensures every tire they sell is designed and manufactured to the highest safety standards while providing long life and maximum performance. Duro ATV tires have the most up-to-date tread designs and are known for their unmatched durability. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC carries Duro ATV tires made for sand, dirt, mud and snow and you can easily find the Duro tires that fit your machine by using our “Tire Finder” search.
If your ATV rides typically take you through swamps or sand dunes, the Duro Mud and Sand ATV Tire is perfect for you because it has a unique “paddle and knob” tread pattern for loose terrains. If you enjoy tackling bumpy trails or back roads, try the Duro Hook-Up Radial ATV Tire that has a horizontal tread pattern and lug design for excellent braking and instant acceleration. You can always trust Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.com to have the lowest prices on Duro ATV tires because we continually watch what our competitors charge for the same tires and then we make sure our prices are always lower. For the biggest selection and lowest prices on Duro ATV tires, shop the off-road industry leader – Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.
STEPHEN in WA
I have this tire and it is the same as a Maxxis Irazor for $26 less on fronts. At this price it is one of best all-around tires for steering, cornering and braking, traction ride comfort. Stands up to the power of my modded high performance Outlaw NR520. easily handles the rough terrian of Tahuya&Green mountain Wash. ROCKY, ROOTY,STUMPS,TIGHT CORNERING SWICHBACKS, 45-90 degrees, full of mud and water 7 1/2 months a year. Flats?????????? Buy this tire and you'll be happy, compare to IRazor.Read All Reviews
Kevin in OK
I had a set of these 20 years ago when I raced MX on a trx250r and they worked great so I got a set for my trx450er to use on hard pack in door tracks. I have also used them outside and they hook up when you want it and slide well in the corners. A+Read All Reviews
Joseph in MD
When the front tires on our 2000 LT80 were shot I shopped around and finally settled on the Thrasher do to cost and being close enough to factory size. They met my expectations. The handling improved and they were wearing very well. The terrain was dirt with small rocks/pebbles, grass, and paved road not the gnarly stuff that us adults ride on. We sold the quad and the tires are still going strong from what I've been told. I purchased a Predator 90 in last two weeks and it has Thrashers on it. So far, so good. We'll probably never race so I'll be looking at these again if/when it's time to replace.Read All Reviews