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Off road and Street Tires.

Has anyone put street tires/Off road tires on their Teryx4? I have made mine street legal and wearing out original tires. I want to put street/Off road tires on so I can ride the roads and trails. Any suggestions?
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General Graber AT is what I ran on the T2. They have very very little wear considering they were built for a light truck. Their downfall was in the sand washes. Although it made it through the tires spun alot.
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I have 2 complete sets of wheels and tires (actually 3 sets counting to stock ones I still have stored) for my machine. 1 set (28"x12"x12" GBC Dirt Devils on 12"x7" STI HD1 wheels) is for racing and really hardcore riding and the other set (30"x15"x10" GBC Kanati Mongrels on 15"x7" MSA Diesel wheels) is more for light trail riding and snow plowing.
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'12 T2 green flame edition, re-valved Fox DSC 2.0 piggyback military spec shocks, front & rear gusset supports, Custom 4 wheel brakes, total bed delete w/ custom rollcage, rear re-located fuel cell & dual radiator, 28"x10"x14" Kanati Mongrel tires, 14"x7" MSA M23 Battle wheels, PRP highback seats, Dragonfire harness, Muzzy Pro exhaust, MSD Charge ignition, Dalton clutch, custom intake CVT & breather snorkels, K&N air filter, Aquatic waterproof media locker, MTX bar mount speakers
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General Graber AT is what I ran on the T2. They have very very little wear considering they were built for a light truck. Their downfall was in the sand washes. Although it made it through the tires spun alot.
General grabber..is that a continental tire? Was it a 12" or 14" wheel that you had them on? And what size tire? Thanks..any info would be much appreciated as I'm interested as well but having a hell of a time finding a tire size equivelant to my 28's that will mount on a 12" wheel!
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Pitbull these are the ones I am looking at for the street and all around GBC Motorsports tires GBC Motorsports Kanati Mongrel Tire :: Side By Side and UTV Parts Warehouse - SXSPerformance.com



This is the brand new Kanati Mongrel UTV tire that GBC Motorsports has just developed for the tough terrain that our customers enjoy. It is a DOT approved (Street Legal) 8 ply tire with an aggressive lug pattern to give you the traction when you need it most. This is also a radial tire for superior performance and durability.

This tire is available in the following sizes.

26x10x12

28x10x14

30x10x14

28x10x15

30x10x15
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As I recall they were a 27" tire, a tall 27", and fit 14" wheels. These tires were very common on mail delivery trucks!






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I would run them at 4lbs most of the timre and they had great bite on everything except sand washes.
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I have those Mongrels and they are great!


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helrzr215 I just made my Teryx 4 street legal and running 26 x 9 x 12 on the front and 26 x 11x12 on the back my stock tires on some STI-HD3- wheels and a 2" highlifter kit. Just wondering if I could get some advice thinking about more ground clearance and be able to drive it on the road without wearing my tires out. Should I start with different wheels ? and grab some 28x10x14 Kanati Mongrel UTV tires or do you think they would rub ?




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Well mine is just a 2 seater but with the 2" lift kit I put on it I can run both set of my wheels and tires with no trouble with clearance. I have 1 set of GBC Kanati Mongrel 30"x15"x10" tires on MSA Diesel 15"x7" rims and 1 set of GBC Dirt Devil 28"x12"x12" tires on STI HD1 12"x7" wheels. Both sets clear just fine but when I run the 30" Mongrels I have to watch the really hard hits to the front wheels.


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helrzr215 I just made my Teryx 4 street legal and running 26 x 9 x 12 on the front and 26 x 11x12 on the back my stock tires on some STI-HD3- wheels and a 2" highlifter kit. Just wondering if I could get some advice thinking about more ground clearance and be able to drive it on the road without wearing my tires out. Should I start with different wheels ? and grab some 28x10x14 Kanati Mongrel UTV tires or do you think they would rub ?



They won't rub brotha, I'm running 28's right now with no trouble! May have to lose your nub tho! You gettin' these before Moab?
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I want too ???????????? $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ I think my stock tires will do ok down in Moab there still lots of tread on them. gives me time to make sure this is what I want.
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We sell the General Grabber AT2 for side by sides in 27x8.50R-14.

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Ratings, reviews and specifications for General Grabber AT2 Studdable tires

General Tire is a division of Continental Tire.

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With the Kanati Mongrels' I wouldn't have to buy new wheels. They'll fit. How would it look changing all to 26x10x12's? I am thinking that is the way to go.

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I really like the looks of those, any idea on the weight of them?


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They weigh 28.9 LB Each

Grabber AT2
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With the Kanati Mongrels' I wouldn't have to buy new wheels. They'll fit. How would it look changing all to 26x10x12's? I am thinking that is the way to go.
I think that would be fine..just little! Get some 14's and put atleast 28's on it
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According to the General Tire web site they weigh 28.9 pounds.

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According to the GBC Motorsports page, 26x10x12 Mongrel's are 27 lbs a corner.
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