Mud Lite AT / Mud Lite XL
The Mud Lite is a high quality "Made in the USA" tire at import prices.
The lightest 6-ply rated Mud/Trail tire available.
Unique tread pattern of the ITP Mud Light offers a consistent center tread contact area for superior trail handling with a deep angled shoulder lugs for awesome mud traction.
Mud Lite XTR - XTREME TERRAIN RADIAL!
The industry’s first Extreme Terrain RADIAL tire!
Results from some of ITP's most extensive research and development efforts ever.
Combines the award-winning technology of the Mud Lite and 589M/S to produce smoothest riding mud tire on the market today.
Super-aggressive tread design features deep, angled, grooved lugs to achieve an exceptional level of traction.
Light in weight yet still 6-ply tough!
The 12-inch option is ideal for primarily muddy conditions, offering better flex and more flotation.
The revolutionary 14-inch model is an excellent all-around trail/mud choice, with its lower-profile sidewall resulting in reduced flex and a dramatic improvement in handling and rider confidence.
Radial construction means the Mud Lite XTR rides smoothly and finds more traction than a bias-ply tire because of a larger contact patch. A radial tire’s footprint actually grows under load!
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|Mud Lite AT / Mud Lite XL|
In some cases with oversize tires, you will need a Lift Kit to insure sufficient clearance around the fenders and other parts of your ATV. With 28'' tall tires you will usually need a lift kit, and in rare cases you'll need one with 27'' tall tires. You can order a lift kit from our Lift Kit page.
Tire Mounting Guidelines:
TIRE AND WHEEL ASSEMBLIES CAN BE EXPLOSIVE IF INFLATED IMPROPERLY!
Proper tools, safety equipment and safety precautions must be used!
1. Use only clip-on style air chuck with long extension hose, remote filler and inflating gauge. Never hold the air chuck by hand when inflating.
2. Lube the tire and rim bead seat with tire mounting lubricant.
3. Place tire and wheel away from all personnel. Tire should only be inflated in a proper tire mounting cage.
TIRE AND WHEEL MUST BE OUT OF 'LINE OF SIGHT' DURING INFLATION PROCESS!
4. Inflate tire until you hear bead seats snap, or until you reach manufacturer's maximum inflation pressure, whichever comes first.
NEVER EXCEED MANUFACTURER'S MAXIMUM RECOMMENDED TIRE PRESSURE!
If beads do not seat, STOP! Release all air from tire/wheel assembly. Call your tire or wheel manufacturer for advise.
5. Once tire bead is seated, disconnect chuck, re-install valve core and inflate to proper operation pressure.
ONLY TRAINED PERSONNEL SHOULD ATTEMPT TO MOUNT TIRE AND WHEEL ASSEMBLIES!
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