HT, or Highway Terrain, tyres feature a standard road pattern, and therefore are not compatible off- road. The Bravo HT-770 is one example of a Maxxis highway terrain product, and is designed to deliver greater peace of mind during hauling and towing. It also benefits from stiffer casing and additional tread reinforcements to improve braking performance.
AT, or All terrain tyres, may be used both on and off road. The Maxxis Bravo AT-771 is one example, and benefits from a more aggressive pattern on the outer walls. The unique tread pattern and sidewall lug design offers excellent traction, while reducing pattern noise with multi-pitch noise reduction technology.
Other models available: MA-751, MT-764
MT, or Mud Terrain, tyres also feature an aggressive pattern, which allows them to handle much better on muddy or tricky surfaces. This means they are not compatible on the road, as this will make an uncomfortable ride. The Bighorn MT-764 is a part of Maxxis’ mud terrain tyre offering, and benefits from high-grip edges and deep grooves, which helps to improve traction and braking on all surfaces, both wet and dry.
Other models available: MAX TN771, MT762, M8090
Maxxis’ 4x4 tyre offering is expected to be expanded further in the coming months, with new products due to be unveiled later in the year. For more information on 4x4 tyre offerings through Maxxis, please contact your local Stapletons' representative.
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