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New Studded Snow/Ice From ITP is Just in Time For Winter

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ITP TUNDRACROSS IS THE INDUSTRY’S FIRST STUDDED SNOW/ICE TIRELeave it to ITP to deliver the ATV/UTV industry’s first production snow and ice tire! The all-new TundraCross features 96 carbide-tipped steel case studs that are strategically placed for maximum performance on ice and snow. The TundraCross is based on ITP’s highly successful TerraCross R/T xD design, and features fully sipped (thinly

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