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Maxxis Trepador

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MSRP: $500.00
Average Price: $368.56
Manufacturer: Maxxis
Recommended?
Yes: 9 / No: 0

Aggressive directional tread design provides excellent dry and wet handling stability on all types of terrain.

Multi-curve tread siping improves traction on loose dirt while enhancing braking and driving performance.

Unique tread element arrangement ensures a uniform tread contact area for sure-footed handling. Multi-stage staggered shoulder pattern provides improved control even on the most difficult off-road and rocky terrain.

Nylon belt-reinforced tire construction improves puncture resistance and prolongs tread life.

(Description from Maxxis.com)

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Gordon-0
Registered User
Gordon-0's Reviews
05-08-2013, 10:04 AM
Price: $1,200.00
Pros: Look great, no real miles yet, but I'm sure traction will be great
Cons: None so far
Recommended? Yes

Comments: 31-10.5-15

No miles yet, but highly recommended by a friend. No louder than my soft top at 70 and only a slight hum around 30mph.
I bought 5 tires, so the price will be reduced for a set of 4

Edit:
After a lot of street miles and a trip to Uwharrie, I love these tires. I went places i never thought i'd get on 31's. They self clean at about 6-8 mph when climbing muddy trails, and don't really pick up rocks. They seem to grip and just keep on going. they have gotten a bit louder, but for a set of very aggressive MT tires, what do you expect. Keep them rotated every 2-3000. Can't wait for winter to try them out in snow.


JeepJake24
Registered User
JeepJake24's Reviews
03-10-2011, 12:09 PM
Price: $230.00
Pros: Awesome all around tire. Great road manners and very good traction offroad.
Cons: Very soft compound.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: These tires are more quiet than my BFG KM's were. They also perform well in the mud, snow, sand, and rocks. I am yet to be dissapointed in the capability of these tires. The only downfall is that they have a soft rubber compound which means that they have to be rotated frequently to get maximum life out of them and their maximum life will be significantly shorter than that of a hard compound tire.


lukethedork
Member
lukethedork's Reviews
06-02-2009, 03:21 AM
Price: $310.00
Pros: Lots of traction
Cons: None, yet.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I have these tires in 35x12.5/R15
Hook up excellent on the rocks, good in the mud, and for a fairly aggressive tire they do well in the wet and rain aswell.
Haven't had any time to try them in any proper sand yet.
They were easy to balance, even with bent steel wheels.


Roknut

Registered User
Roknut's Reviews

08-15-2008, 04:16 PM
Maxxis Trepador
Price: $200.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Love these tires. Very quiet on the street yet hook up very well. I would highly recommend these to anyone.


Kiwi_TJ
Registered User
Kiwi_TJ's Reviews

05-01-2008, 01:56 AM
Maxxis Trepador
Price: $250.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I have upgraded from BFG All Terrains to these. I love them, they are a bit noisier than the A/T's but much quieter than my friends Mudzillas. They really bite down well in mud, and clear easily, and are great on rocks and in gravel.


flexytj79
Registered User
flexytj79's Reviews

04-12-2008, 03:26 AM
Maxxis Trepador
Price: $500.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: the best rubber ever made for a 4x4


AZTJ02

Registered User
AZTJ02's Reviews

03-22-2008, 02:26 AM
Maxxis Trepador
Price: $212.00
Pros: Excellent traction in rocks, good sidewall tread
Cons: not all sizes available
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Very good road manners, quieter than my BFG MT's Couldnt be happier with offroad performance for a radial tire. I wheel mostly sand and rocks and have been impressed with this tire. 35x12.50x15


JFrank1968
Registered User
JFrank1968's Reviews

02-12-2008, 08:25 AM
Maxxis Trepador
Price: $200.00
Pros: Agressive, deep tread. Quieter than my BFG Mud tires
Cons: Directional tread
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I've only had them a couple of weeks, but they are much quieter than my BFG Mud Terrains. They seem to have a softer tread and really grips well in the snow and rain. I haven't had them off road yet, but I think they'll do quite well. I have the 35" x 12.5" x 15".


Davetha

Senior Member
Davetha's Reviews

10-29-2007, 05:59 PM
Maxxis Trepador
Price: $215.00
Pros: Aggressive tread, good side wall protection, great for off roading,
Cons: A little loud... but thats expected.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I've driven about 5000km on these tires so far. I haven't had any issues with them yet. They seem to really grip very well in pretty much any environment I've been in.

The size I have is 31 x 10.50 x 15.



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