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SUPERIOR TERRAIN HANDLING - IT'S LIKE A COMPLETELY DIFFERENT RIDE!

When the 8-ply rated; DOT approved Kanati Mongrel was first introduced specifically for for Side by Sides and Utility ATV's, it was well received. As machines receive a boost in horsepower along with additional weight, there was an increasing need for increased durability. GBC listened to it's customers and has introduced the all new 10-ply rated Kanati Mongrel radial, featuring a re-engineered carcass and sidewall, all while keeping the tire weight to a minimum. Mongrel tires have been, and are sure to remain, the preferred choice for many professional and recreational drivers. The Kanati Mongrel is a true all-purpose tire with an aggressive and versatile tread pattern. The Mongrel is designed to handle a variety of terrains including dirt, sand, hardpack, and paved roads.




Click here for: Kanati Mongrel Availability and Pricing


-Key Features-


  • Unbeatable All-Terrain Traction
  • Smooth Rides on Street
  • Incredible Weight-to-Durability Ratio
  • Solid 10-Ply Rated Construction
  • DOT Approved








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I have around 7500 miles on my Mongrels with good results. They show little wear and I ride 50% on asphalt.
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I have around 7500 miles on my Mongrels with good results. They show little wear and I ride 50% on asphalt.
Mike
Wow, that is an amazing testimonial for the wear and tear of this tire. Thank you for posting your observations.
 

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I bought them as out the door equipment on my 2017 850 MAX Outlander and swapped them onto my 2019 I purchased in May. My bikes see plenty of 55 MPH asphalt time. ( don't tell the authorities )
Mike
 
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