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Cheng Shin C9309 Ambush Tire – Rear – 19x8x8 , Position: Rear, Tire Size: 19x8x8, Rim Size: 8, Tire Ply: 4, Tire Type: ATV/UTV, Tire Construction: Bias, Tire Application: All-Terrain TM06282100

November 13, 2014 - Comment

Position: Rear Tire Size: 19x8x8 Rim Size: 8 Tire Ply: 4 Tire Type: ATV/UTV Tire Construction: Bias Tire Application: All-Terrain Built for all types of cross country terrain Knobs extend across the width of the center section for maximum traction and control Directional front tire provides predictable cornering and straight line stability The use of

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Position: Rear
Tire Size: 19x8x8
Rim Size: 8
Tire Ply: 4
Tire Type: ATV/UTV
Tire Construction: Bias
Tire Application: All-Terrain

Built for all types of cross country terrain
Knobs extend across the width of the center section for maximum traction and control
Directional front tire provides predictable cornering and straight line stability
The use of the tire and other vehicle data and information accessible through this webpage is limited to persons located in the United States of America and Canada. ALTHOUGH THE DATA IS BELIEVED TO BE ACCURATE, NO WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE IS MADE REGARDING THE QUALITY OR ACCURACY OF THE DATA. All data should be verified by a tire professional, the vehicle placard (typically located on an inside door panel or on frame), and/or the vehicle owner’s manual.

Product Features

  • Built for all types of cross country terrain
  • Knobs extend across the width of the center section for maximum traction and control
  • Directional front tire provides predictable cornering and straight line stability
  • The use of the tire and other vehicle data and information accessible through this webpage is limited to persons located in the United States of America and Canada. ALTHOUGH THE DATA IS BELIEVED TO BE ACCURATE, NO WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE IS MADE REGARDING THE QUALITY OR ACCURACY OF THE DATA. All data should be verified by a tire professional, the vehicle placard (typically located on an inside door panel or on frame), and/or the vehicle owner’s manual.

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