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ITP Mud Lite XTR Tire - Front/Rear - 26x11Rx12 , Position: Front/Rear, Tire Ply: 6, Tire Type: ATV/UTV, Tire Construction: Radial, Tire Application: All-Terrain, Tire Size: 26x11x12, Rim Size: 12 560388

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Product Description
  • The industrys first Xtreme Terrain Radial tire
  • Combine the award-winning technology of the Mud Lite and 589 M/S tires to produce the smoothest riding mud tire on the market today
  • Super aggressive tread design features deep, angled, grooved lugs to achieve an exceptional level of traction
  • 6-ply tough yet light in weight
  • Two diameters provide you with the ability to tailor a tire choice to your specific riding requirements
Position: Front/Rear Tire Ply: 6 Tire Type: ATV/UTV Tire Construction: Radial Tire Application: All-Terrain Tire Size: 26x11x12 Rim Size: 12 The industrys first Xtreme Terrain Radial tire Combine the award-winning technology of the Mud Lite and 589 M/S tires to produce the smoothest riding mud tire on the market today Super aggressive tread design features deep, angled, grooved lugs to achieve an exceptional level of traction 6-ply tough yet light in weight Two diameters provide you with the ability to tailor a tire choice to your specific riding requirements 12in. option is ideal for primarily muddy conditions, offering better flex and tire flotation Radial construction means the Mud Lite XTR rides smoothly and finds more traction than bias-ply tires because of a larger contact patch; a radial tires footprint actually grows under load The use of the tire and other vehicle data and information accessible through this webpage is limited to persons located in the United States of America and Canada. ALTHOUGH THE DATA IS BELIEVED TO BE ACCURATE, NO WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE IS MADE REGARDING THE QUALITY OR ACCURACY OF THE DATA. All data should be verified by a tire professional, the vehicle placard (typically located on an inside door panel or on frame), and/or the vehicle owner's manual.
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