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For some ATV riders, getting completely covered in mud is a sure way to prove if you’re a hard-core, off-road fanatic or not. If this description fits you, make sure you have ATV mud tires from Rocky Mountain that will prevent you from getting stuck and being the brunt of jokes within your riding group. We have many ATV mud tires to choose from, made by the best brands known for their long-lasting durability like Douglas, Duro, Dunlop, ITP, Tusk, Maxxis, Kenda and STI. Plus, it’s easy to find the tires that will fit your ATV by using our online “Tire Finder” search. You can also sort by the size, brand and price you want using our filter tabs.
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curtis in FL
26x9x12 front 26x11x12 rear Great tire in the mud, haven't been stuck yet. Fair on the trails, just watch out for large sticks they like to through them up into the finders. Not that great on dry sugar sand roads, tend to dig in and slow you down.Read All Reviews
Curtis in Florida
Great for playing in the mud, the pull real hard. I haven't been stuck yet. They ride nice on hard pack sand at higher speeds. Not for soft sugar sand, the just sink in and really slow you down. They like to grab large sticks and fling them up into the finders. So try to avoid large sticks.Read All Reviews
Bob in California
I'm up just north of Redding and off to the west a bit. I ride on a lot of hard pack, and some sand and mud. I have only 900 miles on these tires so far and the knobs have rounded off a bit but are still just as tall as when I put them on. I would say I ride the quad probably too hard for a 4x4, but I can't help it, it's too much fun. I put 3900 miles on it this year. It even gets rode on the pavement some, to get to the lake shore. So far so good, pretty much no wear to speak of. I'll post again when I get these puppies wore out and let you all know how long they last.Read All Reviews