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When you need UTV mud tires that can really bite, you can count on Rocky Mountain ATV/MC to deliver some of the best options out there. Whether you expect to mix up your mudding with long trail rides or just want something that can handle the most intense mud bogs out there, we’ve got a tire that will be perfect for you.
If you want something that will allow your UTV to tackle the most extreme conditions, look for a tire with deep lugs and an aggressive tread pattern. These tires really know how to dig in and paddle their way through even the most challenging of circumstances. Their self-cleaning abilities mean that you can keep going when your buddies get stuck.
If you find yourself riding terrains as varied as dirt, rocks and snow along with your mud, be on the lookout for a tire with a more conservative tread pattern. Many products are available which can bite the mud and still handle suitably on a variety of terrains. You won’t be disappointed with an option like one of these.
We have the big brands that are known for their mud tires, including Gorilla, ITP, Kenda and many others. Take a quick look at our selection to discover what can soon be propelling your UTV through some excellent mud adventures.
Jeff in AR
Got the wheels and tires in on schedule. Shipping was timely and they were packed well. Got them installed without issue. Everything looks great on the machine. I haven't had the opportunity to trail test them yet. I will get back to that after this weekend.Read All Reviews
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