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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 MO
Fast shipping from Rocky Mountain. Tires were better than expected so far. Mounted them with no trouble about a week ago. Holding air just fine. Have only rode on them a little, but so far I like them. I chose this tire because they were one of only a few that were the original size for my atv. I didn't want to use spacers or get a wider rim offset, so these were the best choice for me. Fit the machine fine with no rubbing in the front. This is a meaty tire with plenty of tread. We will see how they hold up, but so far I think they will do just fine.Read All Reviews
andrew in OR
i put 4 of these on my brute force and have no trouble on the sand at all. climbing dunes, soft sand, and tried them on the dirt as well. i would alter the tire pressure to fit your needs as i have gone too fast and taken the front tires off the bead due to rider error.Read All Reviews