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ITP Mudlite
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ITP Mudlite ATV
Mud Tire Ratings (1-5 Star)
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ITP Mud Lite
  • This tire brings cutting-edge technology, all-around performance and unbeatable value together in one tire.
  • Computer designed and manufactured in the U.S.A.
  • The lightest 6-ply-rated mud/trail available.
  • Revolutionary all-conditions tire: it’s a mud tire that’s designed for the trail, a trail tire that slings mud with the best of them!
  • Cutting-edge technology, all-around performance and long-distance durability come together in one unbeatable, affordable package!
  • Computer-aided engineering has resulted in the lightest mud/trail tire ever!
  • Unique center tread contact area provides a smooth, radial-like ride.
  • Pure trail tire handling combines with pure mud tire performance.
  • Angled shoulder lugs provide unmatched mud traction.
  • 6-ply rating for unmatched durability.
  • Perhaps best of all, the Mud Lite is priced right. Shop and compare—you won’t find a tire that’s lighter, tougher or more capable at such a reasonable price!
  • XL 11/8” lug: Front and Rear: 25x8-12, 25x10-12, 27x12-10, 26x10-12, 26x12-12, 27x10-12, 27x12-12, 28x10-12, 28x12-12 (6-ply).
  • AT 3/4” lug: Front and Rear: 22x11-8, 22x11-9, 25x12-9, 22x8-10, 22x11-10, 23x8-10, 23x10-10, 24x11-10, 25x11-10, 23x8-11, 24x8-11, 24x9-11, 24x10-11, 25x8-11, 25x10-11, 25x8-12, 25x10-12 (6-ply)
  • Two new sizes, ideal for OEM replacement: 25x8-12, 25x10-12 in the deep-lug XL model!

“We were able to glide over the worst terrain and mud we could find, with no problems whatsoever. The steering effort was much less than comparably sized swamp tires we have tried previously. Believe us, a five-pound-lighter tire steers much easier. The ride over hard pack terrain also isn’t as rough as some of the larger and heavier mud tires we’ve ridden with. … ITP’s all new line of Mud Lite tires provide solid traction in the muck and are a decent all-around tire on hard pack. With a six-ply rating they are also very puncture resistant.”—Dirt Wheels Magazine

Size PLY
ITP Mud Lite 22x11x8 AT 6
ITP Mud Lite 22x11x9 AT 6
ITP Mud Lite 25x12x9 AT 6
ITP Mud Lite 22x8x10 AT 6
ITP Mud Lite 22x11x10 AT 6
ITP Mud Lite 23x8x10 AT 6
ITP Mud Lite 23x10x10 AT 6
ITP Mud Lite 24x11x10 AT 6
ITP Mud Lite 25x11x10 AT 6
ITP Mud Lite 27x12x10 AT 6
ITP Mud Lite 23x8x11 AT 6
ITP Mud Lite 24x8x11 AT 6
ITP Mud Lite 24x9x11 AT 6
ITP Mud Lite 24x10x11 AT 6
ITP Mud Lite 25x8x11 AT 6
ITP Mud Lite 25x10x11 AT 6
ITP Mud Lite 25x8x12 AT 6
ITP Mud Lite 25x10x12 AT 6
ITP Mud Lite - XL lug Pattern are listed Below
ITP Mud Lite 25x8x12 XL 6
ITP Mud Lite 25x10x12 XL 6
ITP Mud Lite 26x9x12 XL 6
ITP Mud Lite 26x10x12 XL 6
ITP Mud Lite 26x12x12 XL 6
ITP Mud Lite 27x9x12 XL 6
ITP Mud Lite 27x10x12 XL 6
ITP Mud Lite 27x12x12 XL 6
ITP Mud Lite 28x10x12 XL 6
ITP Mud Lite 28x12x12 XL 6
ITP Mud Lite 30x10x12 XXL 6

ITP Tires and Weights

ITP Mud Lite AT
Dirt Devil
Mud Bug

ITP Mud Lite AT
Dirt Devil
Mud Bug

ITP Mud Lite XL
Dirt Devil
Bear Claw
Mud Bug

ITP Mud Lite XL
Dirt Devil
Bear Claw
Mud Bug


15.1 lbs.
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20.1 lbs.
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20.1 lbs.
20.5 lbs.

26.7 lbs.
29.1 lbs.
30.4 lbs.
27.8 lbs.
29.0 lbs.
34.9 lbs.
31.1 lbs.

27.8 lbs.
35.7 lbs.
35.6 lbs.
32.6 lbs.
28.5 lbs.
34.3 lbs.
33.5 lbs.


930-A S. Rockefeller Ave.
Ontario, CA 91761
Phone: (909) 390-1905 Fax: (909) 605-8885



"ITP's latest is a strong contender, according to our testers. Ö Mud Lites did almost everything well. They are excellent biters, and track true in both forward and reverse. They have incredible gripÖ From a stop, the clawing action is great. 'Yikes. Awesome pulling power without being overly heavy,' wrote one tester. Overall, the tires were excellent, especially considering the weight. They pulled almost as well as the extra-large lugged tires in this test, without the performance sacrifice."

"The Mud Lite tires-both the AT and XL-deliver a surprisingly strong performance. They look and ride just like a stock tire, but can get aggressive when the conditions get nasty. And in their XL form, they provide competitive traction in a controllable ride."


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Rating  Key - The star rating keys are specific to the terrain being rated in the review.  To the Top 
Don't even consider it if this is your main terrain. This tire will not perform well at all in this terrain.

Its trying but not doing too well.  You'd be better off choosing another for this terrain.

Average.  Its doing ok, not great but its holding its own.  A decent choice if you're compromising.

This tire does very well in this terrain but its not the best tire available however still a very good choice.

This tire performs exceptionally well in this terrain.  Among the best suited for this terrain.

Size Availability - This is a one to three thumbs up snapshot rating where one mean poor selection, two means ok and three means great.  Check with suppliers or manufacturers for actual available sizes.  While this rating system is vague, we couldn't possibly list all available sizes with size selection changing over time.  Please see manufacturer for list of sizes in production.

Money Bags - This is an average cost scale based on an averaged advertised cost of this tire when compared to other tires.  One money bag represents the tire is typically one of the cheapest available while 5 money bags indicates that this tire is one of the most expensive.  Averages are based on the tires reviewed.

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