Take on the Toughest Trails With Confidence. If your stock tires aren’t powerful enough to take on the toughest off-road trails, you should replace them with Atturo’s Trail Blade A/T All-Terrain Tire. This aftermarket tire boasts broad shoulder blocks, so it offers incredible steering response and handling. It also comes with smaller interlocked stepped center treads, which keep your vehicle stable no matter the weather or season.
Incredible 12mm Treads. Thanks to its deep 12mm treads, the Trail Blade A/T tire delivers incredible wet traction. The tire is also crafted arched and segmented stone throwers molded between the shoulder treads, so it’s able to eject stones, dirt, and other debris more effectively.
Meets EU REACH Level of Compliance. The entire tire is made using a hydrocarbon-free (clean) oil, so its production doesn’t do a lot of harm to the environment. In addition, it’s designed with a high-quality rim protector, providing excellent fortification for your vehicle’s rims.
Can Be Used in Snowy Terrains. The Trail Blade A/T tire carries the Three Peak Mountain Snowflake (3PMS) symbol, which means it’s been certified for winter service. As a result, you’ll feel safe and secure knowing that this tire will support your winter off-road adventures.
Comes With a 3-Year Manufacturer’s Defect and 50,000-Mile Limited Warranties. This tire is covered by a 3-year manufacturer’s defect warranty, as a well as a 50,000-mile warranty. This, however, is non-transferable and only applies to the original purchaser of the tire. Please check out Atturo’s website for more details.
Application. The Atturo Trail Blade A/T All-Terrain Tire boasts a universal fitment.
What is the best gear ratio to run for larger tires? When you increase the diameter of your tires, your vehicle's engine has to work harder to turn them. Naturally, this will lead to increased fuel consumption and reduced performance. So, when upgrading to a set of larger tires you should re-gear your rig to regain this lost acceleration, performance and fuel economy.
Find your original tire size and gear ratio using the chart listed below, the intersection should be your approximate RPMs at 65 MPH. Then find your new tire size and follow it across to the closest RPM to your original tires, this will be your gear ratio choice.
This chart is based on driving at 65 MPH with a 1:1 gear ratio and a manual transmission in 4th gear. Please note if your vehicle is equipped with an automatic transmission your RPMs will be higher due to normal transmission and the torque converter slippage. In overdrive your RPMs will be approximately 15% to 30% less than indicated.
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