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M1 EVIL
  • Front and rear multi-use utility tires
  • Developed using a special long-lasting compound for ultra wear protection
  • Available in either 6- or 8-ply radial casing for a smooth, yet tough tire
  • DOT approved for limited road use
  • 1" deep tread design makes this tire an unbeatable choice for use in the woods or recreational terrain
  • Natural Rubber
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0320-0860TIRE M1EVIL IMP26X9R14 6PFront6 Ply
0320-0861TIRE M1EVIL IMP26X11R14 6Rear6 Ply
0320-0862TIRE M1EVIL IMP27X9R14 8PRear8 Ply
0320-0863TIRE M1EVIL IMP27X11R14 8Rear8 Ply
0320-0897TIRE M1 EVIL 28X10R14Front8 Ply
0320-0898TIRE M1 EVIL 30X10R14Front8 Ply
0320-0899TIRE M1 EVIL 32X10R14Front8 Ply
0320-0938TIRE M1 EVIL 30X10R15Front8 Ply
0320-0939TIRE M1 EVIL 32X10R15Front8 Ply


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  • Product Name: Tire
  • Type: Tubeless
  • Position: Front
  • Tread Pattern/Model: M1 Evil
  • Style: ATV / Sport / Utility
  • Market Segment: ATV / UTV
  • Tire Diameter: 32
  • Width: 10
  • Rim Diameter: 14
  • Tire Size: 32 x 10-14
  • Ply Rating: 8 Ply
  • Construction: R (Radial)
  • Tread Depth: 1"
  • Features: E-Marked
  • Units: Each
  • Riding Style: ATV / UTV

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I have been happy with them so far they have taken the punishment gravel, sand and cactus 🌵

Very sticky climbing rock great on the street little noise wearing well

Dealer supplied but haven’t had any issues except for they throw rocks like paddles my plastic it’s peppered and windshield was a target from time to time.

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  • Tread Pattern/Model: M4 Evil
  • Style: MUD / Snow
  • Market Segment: ATV / UTV
  • Tire Diameter: 32
  • Width: 10
  • Rim Diameter: 15
  • Tire Size: 32 x 10-15
  • Manufacturer Suggested Min Wheel Width: 7"
  • Manufacturer Suggested Max Wheel Width: 8"
  • Ply Rating: 8 Ply
  • Construction: R (Radial)
  • Tread Depth: 3/4"


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When my carnivores are done, these r the tires for me I think. Question, how do these compare to tensors? I loved my tensors as they were great on hardpack and smooth as silk at any speed up to 90mph...they wore great also. The m1 looks like similar just more aggressive..how do they compare to tensors?


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When my carnivores are done, these r the tires for me I think. Question, how do these compare to tensors? I loved my tensors as they were great on hardpack and smooth as silk at any speed up to 90mph...they wore great also. The m1 looks like similar just more aggressive..how do they compare to tensors?


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I am not sure how they compare to Tensors. I need to get some specs and see how much the M1 Evil tires weigh.
 

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When my carnivores are done, these r the tires for me I think. Question, how do these compare to tensors? I loved my tensors as they were great on hardpack and smooth as silk at any speed up to 90mph...they wore great also. The m1 looks like similar just more aggressive..how do they compare to tensors?


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M1 Evil 32x10x15 tires weigh 45 lbs. Tensors are much lighter. The M1 Evil has 1" lugs that are extremely aggressive. This tire is for gripping and long life. I am impressed with the M! Evil. It is also extremely good looking.
 

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When my carnivores are done, these r the tires for me I think. Question, how do these compare to tensors? I loved my tensors as they were great on hardpack and smooth as silk at any speed up to 90mph...they wore great also. The m1 looks like similar just more aggressive..how do they compare to tensors?


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M1 Evil 32x10x15 tires weigh 45 lbs. Tensors are much lighter. The M1 Evil has 1" lugs that are extremely aggressive. This tire is for gripping and long life. I am impressed with the M1 Evil. It is also extremely good looking.
 

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M1 Evil 32x10x15 tires weigh 45 lbs. Tensors are much lighter. The M1 Evil has 1" lugs that are extremely aggressive. This tire is for gripping and long life. I am impressed with the M1 Evil. It is also extremely good looking.
Thanks for the update. I think these r my next tire. I don’t care for the carnivores at all. Don’t ride smooth on hardpack and they wear quite quickly.


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When my carnivores are done, these r the tires for me I think. Question, how do these compare to tensors? I loved my tensors as they were great on hardpack and smooth as silk at any speed up to 90mph...they wore great also. The m1 looks like similar just more aggressive..how do they compare to tensors?


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M1 Evil 32x10x15 tires weigh 45 lbs. Tensors are much lighter. The M1 Evil has 1" lugs that are extremely aggressive. This tire is for gripping and long life. I am impressed with the M1 Evil. It is also extremely good looking.
 
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