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ITP specializes in ATV and UTV tires, making every type of tire for the casual trail rider to the advanced racing competitor. With a complete team of engineers, designers and technicians, ITP has taken their tire technology to new standards, producing some of the best performing ATV tires on the market. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.com has ITP ATV tires for all types of terrains – mud, sand, snow and race track. The ITP Mud Lite XTR Radial Tire is one of the best mud tires available, featuring deep, grooved lugs for exceptional traction and radial construction for a smooth ride. If you frequently ride your ATV on sandy terrains, choose the ITP Sand Star Tire that has both full width paddles and mini paddles for quicker hookup and maximum acceleration on sand.
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Derek in AB
Pro's: - Amazing in mud - If Silverbacks are a 10, these are a 9.5 - Doesn't make for a lumpy ride quality. Just a tad more vibration compared to an all terrain tire - Tread life is second to none. I don't think mine have worn down at all in the last 2 years I've had them Con's: - Going up a slippery rooted or rocky hill is harder. They don't bite at all. - Heavy. You WILL NEED a clutch kit. I went with an EPI kit for 28" mud tires. Feels like a stock quad again, maybe a touch better. - Top speed is reduced, but who needs to go 120 km/h through mud anyways?Read All Reviews