ITP Mud Lite AT Mud Terrain ATV Tire 23×10-10

May 20, 2019 - Comment
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One of our most popular tires in the Mud Lite family, the Mud Lite AT is a revolutionary all-conditions tire that’s designed for the trail but that can sling mud with the best of them! Shop and compare – you won’t find a tire that’s lighter, tougher or more versatile

Product Features

  • 3/4-in. lugs
  • 6-ply rated tire
  • Extended-wear rubber compound for even longer life and better value
  • Unique center tread contact area provides a smooth, radial-like ride


Anonymous says:

The BEST for plowing snow! These tires are amazing! I use my Honda ATV mostly for plowing snow, and we’ve had plenty of it already this winter. I have a rather steep driveway, and with the OEM tires I couldn’t plow uphill — no traction. Even to do that good I had to put cable chains on the front tires. With these tires I plow both ways (and no chains). It has cut down the time it takes me to plow my hundred yards of driveway by at least a third.

Anonymous says:

They are AWESOME in mud and heavy wet snow CAUTION! These tires are AGGRESSIVE. They are AWESOME in mud and heavy wet snow. That said, with my solid posi rear in my old Honda 350 TRX you can not turn without digging up anything short of a paved road. Not something you would ride around in your yard unless you really hate grass and love that “just roto-tilled” look. I wanted to be able to skid firewood logs off my hillside in 8 inches of late winter settled crusty snow. I tried chains and wasn’t happy with trying to keep them on…

Anonymous says:

aggressive pattern The tires when i got them i set them next to the four wheeler and they look to be about two inches shorter then the ones i have on there now which are 22×10-10. With saying that I am also replacing the original tires on a 10+ year old atv. The new tires look to be about 2 inches shorter but about 2 inches wider. and my old ones look to be ballooned up. These tires seem to be a lot stiffer then the ones i have on there now. I will let you know what i think once i get them mounted on the…

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