The Mud Lite Tires from ITP are designed for the rider who travels all types of terrain and occasionally wants to hit serious mud but doesn't want too bulky or heavy tire that can bog down the motor. Available in a wide variety of sizes.
My buddy and I were messing around trying differant tires on my Honda Foreman 420. We threw on a set of Gators and they had such unlimited grip, it was almost supernatural. However, they dug up the yard even when going strait. Then we dug up a set of ITP spider tracs. Great in sand and on the trail. Absolutly terrible in the mud. The last ones we tried were the ITP mudlites. The way they mold around rocks and trees laying across the trail is second to none. Foremans arn't known for their suspention travel so this flex is very welcome. They didn't eat the yard. For the less than an inch of tread depth, these things were absolute monsters in the mudhole that humiliated the Spider Tracs.
By Rang A Tang
from Winston Salem, nc
I have a 2001 Suzuki Quadrunner 160 that has had these tires on it for about 3 years. I ride my four wheeler every day and every weekend. I know that a 160 is a small four wheeler but it will go through just as much mud and climb as big as hills as any other bigger fourwheeler. The tread wear on these tires is excellent and my tires are only at about half tread. These ITP Mud Lites have been the best tires that i have every had and i seriously reccomend them for anyone that wants to do any hardcore riding.
By 160 Quadrunner Lover
from Daviston, AL
5.0Excellent tires that perform well.
These are a replacment for the original tires as it was time. The difference is very noticeable in handling and traction. It makes the vehicle corner much more easily and has better traction.
By Dr. Ed
from Rossville, TN
5.0they are good tires I love em go getmore
go mudding only 2wheel drive but gives it better performance than4wheel.
I want to know if the 23"x8"x10" Mudlite AT will fit on a 5" wide Douglas rim. I want to use the A5 Douglas 3+2 offset but I am not sure how a 8" tire will work for this. I have had a 7" wide tire on a 5" rim (Carlisle AT489) previously but I like the tread on a Mudlite better.
This is for a custom application. Thank you.
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Thank you for your question Erik. Yes the tire will fit your rim