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Atturo Trail Blade X/T - 285/70R17

Trail Blade X/T 285/70R17 Tire Specs

Size Diameter Width Rim
Weight Sidewall
121Q E BSW
32.7" 11.5" 7.5-9" 8.5" 18/32" E - 10 ply 3195 lbs 80 psi 99 mph 55.4 lbs Black 635 Show Specs
Atturo Trail Blade X/T 285/70R17
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Trail Blade X/T
All Terrain
Size: 285/70R17
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The Atturo Trail Blade X/T cuts into the segment between traditional M/T and A/T tires. It offers the open shoulder and sidewall tread of a mud terrain, but provides the off road ability of an all-terrain and the road feel of a highway tire. The Trail Blade X/T has multiple sipes across the tread for rain and snow traction, smaller center tread for on road handling, and larger shoulder blocks to give extra traction in loose material.

The 285/70R17 Atturo Trail Blade X/T has a diameter of 32.7", a width of 11.5", mounts on a 17" rim and has 635 revolutions per mile. It weighs 55.4 lbs, has a max load of 3195 lbs, a maximum air pressure of 80 psi, a tread depth of 18/32" and should be used on a rim width of 7.5-9".

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Blake's Review
Performance : 10/10
Appearance : 8/10
Noise : 8/10
Comfort : 9/10
Price : Good Deal
Recommend : Yes
Comments : Brought these tires for my 2008 Silverado. Very impressed with these tires. Have no wear as of yet. Everybody asks me if they're mud tires due to the look of them and the aggressive tread pattern. Very smooth. They don't ride like any mud tire or all terrain tire I've had before. They don't fit into the all terrain category and don't fit into the mud terrain category. They really are a hybrid of the two. Can't really gauge an honest review of how loud they are because I have true duals, straight piped with 6" tips so I'm loud enough lol.
The_gymC's Review
Performance : 9/10
Appearance : 9/10
Noise : 4/10
Comfort : 8/10
Price : Good Deal
Recommend : Yes
Comments : Had em for about a year the tread wear is decent. They have seen lots of off road use and lots of trips back and forth from PA to virginia beach and possibly a burnout or 2. These tires are about as loud as a train, with the radio up the whole way going 100 mph I can barely hear the radio. They handle great and have had no problems with them to date.

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