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25x8x12 Maxxis M911y Atv Tires Set. on

US $160.00

Rockland, Massachusetts, United States

Rockland, Massachusetts, United States
Condition:New Fits:ATV, UTV Quantity:1 Brand:Maxxis Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:TM16639800 Country/Region of Manufacture:China UPC:Does not apply

Maxxis M911Y ATV tires 25x8-12 (Set of 2).
Made to match the horsepower, weight and handling of the ATV for which it was designed Deepest Tread Depth: 15/32" Tube or Tubeless: Either Original equipment for the bikes .


Can be bought in store as well at:

International Motor Sports

7 Market Street

Rockland MA, 02370


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