STI HD 9 wheels wrapped with 35in Pro armor crawler XG
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I got them from MudThrowers.com super fast shipping had them at my house in two days. Just slapped a tape up against them and the are 33in tall with 9psi in themWhere did you pick these up at? RMATV only carries them up to size 32"
Any chance you measure them? I heard the Pro Armor's run fairly small to size. Closer to a 33"
Yes mudthrowers is awesome. And yes the tire is very stout , it has a nice stiff side wall sould be good for puncture resistant. I was running 9psi for my slow to medium speed trial ride the other day and the did great , but I can tell if you really wanted to crawl you could drop down to 5psi or lower and you would be fine with the stiff carcass. And I think mudthowers is off on there weight spec, I researched a lot of tires before I went with these and they were one of the lightest tire out, from pro armor‘s website plus Mtr’s website they weight 45lbs per tire.I thought they looked shorter than some other brands of 35's. Thanks for the honest measurement of them. That's good information that can be hard to come by sometimes. I heard that those are supposed to be some pretty stout tires, and they have a load rating to back that up. 48.5 lbs per tire for the 35-10-15 according to the stats given on MudThrowers site. I have purchased ATV tires from them in the past. (Kenda Bearclaw HTR's, great atv tires) As stated, good customer service and delivery.
Yes the Moto race tire is a step up from this tire. But this is the Weight spec from pro armor‘s website.The MRT (Moto Race Tire) version of these have an entirely different Kevlar based core construction. They look identical on the outside but the inside is very different. Weights do not apply across brands. MRTs are a step up but also more $$
LOL, you can have both, all in one tire. 33" tire with 35" stamped on the sidewall.I'm really digging these tires, thanks for sharing. I was torn between the 33 and 35 size so this 35 option might be the best for me.