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BIGGER, BADDER: ITP BRINGS OUT THE MEGA MAYHEM


ITP is set to make even more mischief in the ATV/UTV aftermarket with the introduction of the all-new Mega Mayhem. This younger brother of the original ITP Mayhem uses all the tricks of its sibling, but has added some wicked moves of its own.

Most notably, the taller, brawnier Mega Mayhem features an even more aggressive 1.5-inch-deep lug for ferocious bite, making it the baddest boy on ITP’s block. The Mega Mayhem can throw a punch!

 

            Despite the attitude, the Mega Mayhem maintains its family values. The unique tread pattern behaves well on harder surfaces, while its lightweight 6-ply carcass charms with exceptional acceleration and braking characteristics as well as balanced cornering traits. The original Mayhem has proven to be a real tough guy with its unquestioned durability, and the Mega Mayhem follows closely in those foot tracks. Both tires mark their territory with distinctive, tribal-inspired, embossed artwork.

Born and raised in the U.S.A., the new Mega Mayhem swaggers out in eight sizes ready to be slapped on most popular 4×4/utility ATVs and side-by-side UTVs: 27×9-12, 27×11-12, 27×9-14, 27×11-14, 28×9-12, 28×11-12, 28×9-14 and 28×11-14.

ITP is proud to celebrate its 30th anniversary this year. Since 1982, ITP has grown into the world’s #1 ATV/UTV aftermarket tire and wheel source, and continues to provide a complete line of innovative tires and wheels for virtually all ATVs and UTVs. For a copy of ITP’s full-color product catalog, call toll-free: 1-800-859-4740. For other inquiries or technical advice, contact ITP at 1990 S. Vintage Ave., Ontario, CA 91761; (909) 390-1905. Or visit ITP’s website at www.itptires.com.

About the Author

Jeff Knoll is the former Event Director for the King of the Hammers event. He has raced various classes in SCORE, BITD, MORE, and MDR. Following the California 200, Knoll travelled to Washington, DC to meet with BLM officials regarding the Special Recreation Permit policies of the BLM. Knoll serves on the BLM’s Desert Advisory Sub-Committee regarding Special Recreation Permits. Knoll also drafted language for Nevada’s Senate Bill 156 in 2011 regarding action sports safety.

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