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Description: Maxxis M-8060 Trepador Radial
A Street monster. That's the first thing that comes to mind with this Mud Terrain Radial. The Maxxis Trepador is an aggressive, rugged, durable radial ply tire designed for extreme conditions and yet still perform well on the road. This is a great tire for someone looking for an aggressive weekend Mud Terrain that will commute to work Monday morning. Like its biased ply cousin the Creepy Crawler, the aggressive tread pattern of the Trepador is made up of massive horizontally siped, lugs separated by deep self-cleaning voids. The tread pattern differs from the Creepy Crawler in that the direction tread pattern is designed to channel water way from the center, which also works well offroad, channeling mud away from the center of the tire. Its street performance is assisted greatly by the network of sipes running through all lugs that make contact with the road surface. Another similarity with the Creepy Crawler is the sidewalls wrap-around tread design. Though not as aggressive as the Creepy Crawler's sidewall, the Trepador is impressive and will do the job of providing protection while assisting with traction when offroad. One drawback of the Trepador is the lack of common size option. Available sizes start at 35" and move up to 40" in 15", 16", 17" rims with even an 18" rim on the 40". Ply rating available in 6, 8 or 10 model dependant. The Trepador also comes in a Competition grade bias ply in 3 sizes: 37x12.50-16 D/8PR, 37x12.50-17 E/10PR and 40x13.50-17 D/8PR.


Manufacturers description of this tire:
M-8060 Trepador Radial
RADIAL EXTREME OFF-ROAD
Inspired by the success of our competition bias-ply version, we created the Trepador Radial for those who may not see competition, but love to ride the terrain that inspires it. Combining ultimate traction and smooth handling, the Trepador Radial is the tire youll count on wherever you go.


Features & Benefits


Staggered shoulder lugs for added traction in uneven terrain.
Aggressive directional tread design provides excellent 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.
Steel belt-reinforced tire construction improves puncture resistance and prolongs tread life.
Double steel-belted radial construction for long-lasting wear and uniformity.
Jointless spiral-wrapped full nylon cap for added strength and stability.

Size Availability
35x12.50R15 D/6PR
35x12.50R16 D/8PR
35x12.50R17 E/10PR
37x12.50R16 E/10PR
37x12.50R17 E/10PR
38.5x13.50R17 E/10PR
40x13.50R17 D/8PR
40x13.50R18 D/8PR


M-8060 Trepador Competition
BIAS EXTREME OFF-ROAD
Extreme off-road driving calls for a tough tire and with the new Trepador, youll get easy handling even in rough and rocky terrain. This puncture-resistant tire gives you durability and control in any weather, while still providing excellent braking and driving performance.



Features & Benefits
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 under the most difficult off-road and rocky terrain.
Nylon belt-reinforced tire construction improves puncture resistance and prolongs tread life.


Size Availability:
37x12.50-16 D/8PR
37x12.50-17 E/10PR
40x13.50-17 D/8PR
Keywords: Maxxis Trepador Radial Mud Terrain M-8060


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Review Date: Thu February 1, 2007 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid (per item)?: None indicated | Rating: 8 

 
Pros: Good rock tire (air it down)
Cons: expensive but worth it if serious

I do a lot of rock crawlin at an abandoned quarry and these tires on on my modified and chopped bronco. The Trepadors have been taking a beating and get great traction on the rocks. They're a little chewed up but it's the rocks I'm on alot I think that are wearing them down. There's a few good mud holes around to and these do well in the mud. Rick Elson - TN
Anonymous
Review Date: Mon April 21, 2008 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid (per item)?: None indicated | Rating: 10 

 
Pros:
Cons:

These tires are awesome! They work great and they feel great! You should really try these. there awesone!
Anonymous
Review Date: Tue February 22, 2011 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid (per item)?: None indicated | Rating: 9 

 
Pros: Rugged and work well aired down.
Cons:

I've had a set of these on my 78 Bronco for 4 years now and they have not failed me. They're great in rocks, sand and general trail use. Not the greatest in deep mud, but they do alright. They are terriffic aired down to about 8psi in the rocks and in deep snow. The only down side has been that they have worn quicker than I'd like. I'm at 20K now and will replace them within a year.
Anonymous
Review Date: Mon May 27, 2013 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid (per item)?: None indicated | Rating: 10 

 
Pros: They are awesome and very cheap in Costa Rica, they are about $160 each
Cons: None

I have just bought them and i have tried on both deep and light mud and they did what the should do. I'm complete satisfied with these tires. The look that my Jeep YJ received is great.


 
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