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The versatility of the UTV is never-ending – gliding over the sand, plowing through mud and snow, climbing over rocks, navigating around the farm – whatever use you have for your UTV, we have a tire to maximize its performance.
At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, we have an impressive selection of different sizes, tread designs, and functions of UTV tires designed to conquer any terrain you subject them to. We carry dozens of models of tires from the best brands in the industry including:
We carry durable, quality tires built to withstand the rigors of the ride. Make sure to check your existing tire size to determine the size you will need for your new tires, and then browse our selection to find the perfect set for you.
JIMMY in WY
This is the second set of these on my Rhino and as the first set these seem to be just as good. I ride mostly in the SW high desert in Wyoming and the terrain is tuff on tires, shoes, and almost everything else. These tires have always took me where I wanted to go and handle the various obstacles I have encountered without a problem. For the money they are super. The service at RMATV/MC just keeps amazing me. Ordered after 5pm and they were at my door the next day. Wow!Read All Reviews
Diesel in Montana
After running several different brands of tires looking for one that would hold up, including sedona rip saw, maxxis bighorns, gbc grim reapers, and others, this tire and the GBC dirt tamer is the only tire that has held up to long term use, almost no dry rot, great traction with a deeper than average lug, high load capacity rating, and great ride. All for a very fair price when compared to what's out there. Would buy another set in a second.Read All Reviews
ALEX in UT
I don't have but a week of riding on these tires, but I am happy with them. I have not tested them in mud, but I have just about everything else. Everybody said 10 psi was the sweet spot, but I found that to be a little too low causing a feeling of the tire "rolling under" in turns, and terrible handling on the street. Instead I found 15 psi to be pretty good, and I may even drop that down 2 or 3 more just to soften it up a little bit more. Overall, the tire feels grippy, absorbs bumps well, I have had no issues!Read All Reviews