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The already successful TerraCross R/T tire is now even tougher
Extreme Duty construction translates into an extra sidewall ply along with increased sidewall and tread rubber thickness for even better puncture protection
Special rubber compound is constructed of an extended-wear formula for incredibly long tread life
14" tires are UTV rated at 1000-lb. maximum load capacity per tire at 12 psi; 12" tires are now UTV rated also
Feature exceptional traction and flotation due to interlocking non-directional tread pattern and wide footprint
Radial construction makes for better control and smoother riding
Wraparound shoulder lugs protect sidewall and offer great traction when riding on rutted trails
Sidewall ID Information: ITP Terra Cross R/T 25x10R-12
Dimensions Inflated Width/Measuring Rim Width: N/A
Inflated Diameter: N/A
Acceptable Rim Width(s): N/A
Deepest Tread Depth: 28/32 in.
Balance Dot: None
Directional Arrow: None
Capacities and Construction Bias or Radial Ply: Radial
Maximum Load Capacity: 420 Lbs
Maximum Inflation to Seat Bead: 35 Psi
Maximum Operating Pressure: 7 Psi
Tread Plies/Material: N/A
Sidewall Plies/Material: N/A
DOT Approved for Road Use: No
Tube or Tubeless: Tubeless Only
I thought I'd give these radial tires a try on the rear of my 03 Kodiak 450 to try and make the ride better. They seem to have made the back end a little smoother on the bumps and rocks, but not as much as I was hoping for. The back end seems to wander around a bit more on the hardpacked roads from the deep tread. I used the stock size to have a good comparison. They provide great traction in the rocks, coal dirt, and on the trails. I havn't had them in the snow or mud yet, but they look like they will work great. I recommend them and will probably buy a set for the front soon. The price is a bit steep compaired to the Bighorn 2.0's though. Not sure if the extra cost is worth it??