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I would like to replace my ATV Tires after the winter season and go off roading. What brand should I go for? I would like to find something affordable yet durable.

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We are sold on the RP Spartan tires.  Since installing them we have not once had an issue and had a few friends purchase and they have been amazed with just how durable.  Not sure if Discount carries them but several other dealers do.     

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