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FUEL GRIPPER T/R/K TIRES

-- Testing a tough new tire -- Fuel is a familiar tire and wheel brand among truck enthusiasts that has become big with UTVers. Their newest tire is the Gripper T/R/K, a DOT-approved, all-terrain radial that brings the toughness of steel belts, 10-ply construction and Aramid fiber-reinforced sidewalls to the Fuel tire lineup. Starting at $221 per tire and available in 28x10R14, 32x10R14, 32x10R15 and 35x10R15, the T/R/K is Fuel’s most expensive UTV tire, but it’s designed for racers and adventurers who want extra protection…

VEE MOTO MERCENARY TIRE

-- First Test: white wall tires return -- A brand-new tire from a recently renamed tire brand, Vee Moto, with a standard round profile and a unique-colored sidewall stripe. FEATURES: The rounded profile has equal-length, non-directional lugs that wrap an inch down each sidewall. At the edge of the tread, you can order your tire with a red, blue or white stripe. You can get the tire in all black, too. CONSTRUCTION: The Mercenary has an 8-ply radial construction with 5/8-inch-tall tread and a DOT rating. This tire…

AMS M4 TIRE TEST

-- a smooth riding and durable top performer -- The Maxxis Big Horns that come stock on most machines are great general-use tires that are very comfortable. They get decent traction in all terrain and provide a very comfortable initial ride quality. However, after your first few rides or first couple punctures, you will most likely be looking for something a little more durable and terrain-specific. If durability is what you are after, but you still want a new tire to work in all situations, zero in on at least an eight-ply…