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16295

(16295) 18.5X9.0-10 CB C4000 RD 30

$65.00

The C4000 denotes a stiffer sidewall construction than the 16285 tire. This will help the quad rotate on a very dry and abrasive dirt track surface. Also, the optimal track conditions for the RD30 are very hard packed or an abrasive surface. RD30 is firm tread compound.

16700

(16700) 18.0X10.0-8 MX100 (DISCONTINUED)

$50.00

DISCONTINUED | MX100 is a soft tread compound and will perform best on a loose dirt track surface for MX quad racing. The tire is designed for use on a 8” wide wheel and a 8” bead size.

16700

(16700) 18.0x10.0-8 MX150

$76.00

Rear tire ATV motocross. This tire is designed for ATV motocross with the intent to increase on track performance. The MX150 compound is an all-around compound that will perform in sandy and loamy conditions. The overall feel of this tire will gain confidence in your riding and decrease lap times.

(16700) 18.0x10.0-8 MX200

(16700) 18.0x10.0-8 MX200

$76.00

Rear tire ATV motocross. This tire is designed for ATV motocross with the intent to increase on track performance. The new MX200 compound is an all-around compound that will perform in intermediate to hard packed conditions. The overall feel of this tire will gain confidence in your riding and decrease lap times.

16600 20.5x6.0-10 MX150

16600 20.5x6.0-10 MX150

$66.00

Front tire for ATV motocross. This tire is designed for ATV motocross with the intent to increase on track performance. The MX150 compound is an all-around compound that will perform in loamy to hard packed conditions. The performance of this tire will be felt in the overall cornering and braking.

18.5X9.0-10 CB C4000 D12

18.5X9.0-10 CB C4000 D12

$65.00

The C4000 denotes a stiffer sidewall construction than the 16285 tire. This will help the quad rotate on a very dry and abrasive dirt track surface. Also, the optimal track conditions for the D12 are very hard packed slick track surface. D12 is a softer compound with a durometer around 35.

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It began in the early 1950's when Bob Newton, along with his supportive wife Joyce, began a successful racing career on the small asphalt tracks of northern Indiana. Like many of his fellow drivers, Bob was not satisfied with driving on street tires with their limited sizing options and hard tread compounds. It was during these early days that Bob had a vision to produce his own tires specifically designed for racing. So in 1957 Bob and Joyce began their own business in an old abandoned horse barn in South Bend, Indiana selling tires to local racers... and Hoosier Racing Tire was born.

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