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    Gbc kanati terra master

    This is the tire I am currently running.
    I only have 1k miles on them at the moment.
    I'm going on a group ride this weekend and hopefully I'll get to put them through more testing. They haven't seen much snow yet either.
    They are not as round & skinny as they appear on websites.
    They are not as round as a Mongrel nor do they have a square profile, but appear to be in the middle.
    This isn't a review, but just posting some pics.
    28x10-R14 @ 13 psi
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    Website: https://www.greenballtires.com/brand...i-terra-master
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    Well I took the machine out trying to find the limitations of it and the tires.
    The wife went with me to my old play area that I use to take my lifted truck with 38" tires. I haven't been out there in over 20 years.
    The path snakes up, down & around the hills of WV for several miles. It's pure red clay and rocks. It's not maintained as it's on private property.
    I was able to crab crawl the super deep ruts and the rest of the trail was just plain fun.

    The next day I took my youngest son to another play area that's mostly for dirt bikes & ATV's. Tight woods with miles of trails that snake along a creek that's deep between two steep hills.
    I never told him about this area when he had his ATV. It's nothing but deep mud hole play areas and really steep hill climbs everywhere. I didn't want him tearing his bike up or worse, breaking his neck.
    The trail is tight, the X2 barely fits and I still had to do 2 & 3 point turns in some places.
    After we were done playing in the tight & technical, I picked a climb out that landed back up on the main road to head home.
    It was pretty steep and it looked like mostly dirt bikes had done it. Diff lock, low range and WOT, it climbed like a beast.

    So far I'm impressed with this tire as nothing has stopped me yet.
    (except a bottomless mud hole that I think I could've made it had I went the opposite direction that everyone goes normally. I will attempt it again)

    Still have the group ride coming up and we'll see what they have planned. I know there is one climb that a buddy in a 4 seat 1000 RZR with carnivore tires couldn't make.
    He now has a new X3 and I think he wants to test it. We shall see....

    Edit: I did air down to 10 psi for both of these rides. I like that it smoothed out the ride, allowed more flex to grip rocks, fallen trees, etc, but it did make the steering stiffer.
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    GBC Kanati Terra Master 28x10-14
    Warn AXON 45RC Winch w/ Synthetic Spydura Rope
    Yamaha Rear Cargo Box
    Yamaha Polycarbonate Front Windshield
    Yamaha Rock Sliders
    SuperATVís Half Windshield
    Rogue Powersports Powerscreen mesh windshield
    Side X Side Enclosures Full Soft Cab
    Seizmik Halo-R Rearview Mirror & Pursuit Side View Mirrors
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    Weller Racing ECU Flash, Stock Exhaust

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    2019 WOLVERINE X2 R-SPEC SE / Tactical Black
    STI HD9 Matte Black Machined Beadlock Wheels
    GBC Kanati Terra Master 28x10-14
    Warn AXON 45RC Winch w/ Synthetic Spydura Rope
    Yamaha Rear Cargo Box
    Yamaha Polycarbonate Front Windshield
    Yamaha Rock Sliders
    SuperATVís Half Windshield
    Rogue Powersports Powerscreen mesh windshield
    Side X Side Enclosures Full Soft Cab
    Seizmik Halo-R Rearview Mirror & Pursuit Side View Mirrors
    Throttle-MAXX pedal
    Weller Racing ECU Flash, Stock Exhaust

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    Interesting, first multi thread pattern I've seen other than 4 season auto tires. I do like the flatter profile as it fits my terrain and like the look of them as well. These do look good as well. they should do the job and get you through and beyond where you go.

    PS: A $50 tire? LOL nice touch... LOL
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    The 50 was all I had that wasn't all crumbled up and looked like it was run through a gentleman's club a dozen times.....lol

    Yeah the tread pattern is different. When I first got them there wasn't a lot of info out really and they were harder to get. Now vendors seem to be stocked up & the price is lower too.
    I spent the entire weekend I got them flipping them every which way possible until I was sick of beadlock wheels....lol.
    If I was going to race them, I would put B out on the front and A out on the back.
    I would suggest to keep it simple. Pick a side that fits the type of terrain you ride.
    A~ Intermediate to soft
    B~ Hard to intermediate
    They really do well both ways and the difference is subtle but noticeable.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tripplec View Post
    Interesting, first multi thread pattern I've seen other than 4 season auto tires. I do like the flatter profile as it fits my terrain and like the look of them as well. These do look good as well. they should do the job and get you through and beyond where you go.

    PS: A $50 tire? LOL nice touch... LOL
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    2019 WOLVERINE X2 R-SPEC SE / Tactical Black
    STI HD9 Matte Black Machined Beadlock Wheels
    GBC Kanati Terra Master 28x10-14
    Warn AXON 45RC Winch w/ Synthetic Spydura Rope
    Yamaha Rear Cargo Box
    Yamaha Polycarbonate Front Windshield
    Yamaha Rock Sliders
    SuperATVís Half Windshield
    Rogue Powersports Powerscreen mesh windshield
    Side X Side Enclosures Full Soft Cab
    Seizmik Halo-R Rearview Mirror & Pursuit Side View Mirrors
    Throttle-MAXX pedal
    Weller Racing ECU Flash, Stock Exhaust

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