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Maxxis VIPR Radial Tire

5 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

The Maxxis VIPR Radial Tire is an absolute beast on multiple terrains and it’s easy to see why. The directional tread of the VIPR works along with a radial construction to give you a very plush feeling ride.

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Product Description

The Maxxis VIPR Radial Tire is an absolute beast on multiple terrains and it’s easy to see why. The directional tread of the VIPR works along with a radial construction to give you a very plush feeling ride. However, at the same time, the VIPR gives you a huge contact patch. And with deep lugs, that means you get traction from the VIPR that excels in loose and intermediate terrain. Add the 6-ply rating and rim guard to the Maxxis VIPR Tire, and you have the complete package that’s a superior choice when you need a hard working tire for your UTV or ATV.

    Specs:

  • Constructed specifically for side x sides and UTVs
  • Directional tread pattern excels in loose to intermediate terrain
  • Deep lugs shed mud but also roll smoothly on hardpack
  • Radial construction provides a plush feel and large contact patch
  • Durable 6-ply rating
  • Deep rim guard protects wheel

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1 review for Maxxis VIPR Radial Tire

  1. 5 out of 5

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    The most underrated tire on the market
    These tires are the best Maxxis tires for snow, mud, and sand. They also do well on rocks, and are very smooth on hardpack. Overall, WAY better than Bighorns. I’d been running STI Black Diamonds and was very happy with them, but this time around, I wanted an equally capable tire with a different look. The Viprs didn’t disappoint. They chew through everything I’ve put them through. Lateral traction is also superb, as is longevity. 6000+ miles is not uncommon with them.
    My only complaint is they are really made for sxs so they are a bit stiff on ATV’s. If your machine weighs less than 900 pounds on the trail with rider, you may want to go with a different tire. My machine is 635 pounds curb weight and I have to run 1.5 psi front, 3 psi rear to get any sidewall flex.

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