The QBT846 Radial Utility Tires offer an aggressive sidewall tread that grabs traction in ruts and sticky situations.
Meets or exceeds D.O.T. specifications.
8-ply radial casing for a smooth, consistent ride.
Built-in rim guard protects wheels.
Long-lasting 3/4 tread depth that stands up to the abuse of todays modern ATVs and UTVs.
Weight: 34-40 lbs. depending on size.
Quadboss QBT846 Radial Utility Rear Tire
The large, durable, 8-ply set of Quadboss QBT846 Radial Utility Tires are designed as all-purpose and all-terrain. They're tougher than factory models, conquering the hard-packed earth and the road with ease. When paired with Quadboss Grinder or even Blitz wheels, they make for a formidable pair of adventure-ready, off-road accessories. Utility vehicle owners are able to make the switch from the stock set simply by upgrading connection hardware, meaning nuts, washers, screws etc. For a portable pair of truck tires exhibiting a tight tread display, the Quadboss QBT846 Radial Utility Tires make for a great choice. This goes for the front and especially the rear tire.
The Key Is in the Design
Wraparound tread running three-quarters deep falls down the sidewall along with a deep rim guard to protect the integrity of the tires. The tread is spaced-out enough to justify the product's reputation because that same tread pushes out rocks and other debris so the tires can continue to produce vigorous forward movement. Combined measurements of the wheel and tire will determine how much sidewall that's available. Lateral stability provisions depend on rider choice. Put a set of these rear tires on a utility vehicle and receive enough kinetic power parallel to the size of the tires. Quadboss furnishes some of the best ATV and UTV tires for any terrain, both front and rear.
Regulations and Standards
Because it's necessary to get to the dirt from the pavement, the Department of Transportation has set the standard for dual-sport tire approval. It is, in fact, another way of saying that these types of tires are street legal. Additional requirements must be met, including construction, traction control, and tread depth. These DOT-approved Quadboss tires are stamped and usually within reach among tire choices.
Simply put, the more torque applied, the harder the tires work. They come DOT approved, maintain their integrity, and maintain a high-pressure volume capacity. As a result, going off-road is the preferred choice.