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Duro Power Grip Radial ATV Tire
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    Duro Power Grip Radial ATV Tire

    Our price: $89.99$124.99

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

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      Designed to alleviate the strain of driving on heavily worn trails, the Duro Power Grip Radial Tire is a great all around performer when you take your ATV or UTV on anything from loose gravel to packed dirt. The ply structure and radial construction of the tire give it great durability characteristics that work with an innovative shoulder design that gives added protection to the sidewall and rim. For you that means mounting a set of Duro Power Grip Radial Tires will give you the outstanding performance needed to keep moving forward.

    • Increased traction on wide variety of surfaces
    • Sidewall design protects shoulder and rim from damage
    • Ply construction boosts durability and puncture resistance
    • 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

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    Great tire

    Comments On Feb 02, 2016:Far better than the factory tires for much less money. This atv gets daily use on a ranch and the original tires were worn out in less than a year. These tires are tough and have lasted twice as long as originals. Will buy again!

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    Good grip

    Comments On Jan 09, 2016:I had these on a smaller buggy a few years ago. I loved the grip and agressiveness. A good all-around tire in my opinion.

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    Great Tire

    Comments On Oct 22, 2015:These tires have given me great service so far. I would buy these again. When needed.

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    Comments On Oct 05, 2015:GOOD TIRE FOR THE PRICE

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    Happy with these tires !!

    Comments On Sep 01, 2015:Duro Power Grip atv tires work well in the mud and rock.

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    Holding up great!

    Comments On Feb 06, 2015:I beat the heck out of these tires! Been through the Rubicon Trail too many times to count on them and they work great! They do well on the rocks, snow, and sand.

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    Geat tires!

    Comments On Jan 18, 2015:I've been using Power Grips on both mine and my wife's machines for over three years now and love these tires. The handling, traction, and wear are great. We do a lot of riding in rocky and sandy conditions in southeastern Utah, and the tires perform admirably. The tread wear is holding up well, even after several thousand miles of rough terrain riding. I would buy them again in an instant.

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    Comments On Nov 01, 2014:Rode these tires all summer. Good on trails. Smooth ride. Suck in the mud, snow and slick rock. They would not grip and ATV would slide a lot. My 2009 grizzly didn't have any issues with the same terrain with different tires. Disappointed over all with these. I pulled them off this weekend and will be getting a direct one for next year.

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    Completely Different Machine

    Comments On Sep 23, 2014:I replaced my leaky, squishy, no-traction stock tires with a set of Duro Power Grips in a size larger than stock. I can't say enough good things about these tires. They're smooth at higher-speed distance riding, grippy in the slick stuff, and look good to boot. Three of my four stock tires were leaking air within 2 months of buying my Rancher new, but 20 months in to the Duros and I have yet to have to air one up. My dad's so impressed with them that he will even be buying a set next month for the Honda Pioneer 700-4 that he's got on order. Buy a set, you won't be disappointed!

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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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