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The Mudline Continues with the All-New 32.5” Outlaw2 from High Lifter Products

 
(1/3/2014)

     High Lifter Products Inc. announced the newest addition to its Mudline: the Outlaw2. This robust and aggressive mud tire is produced in a 32.5x10.5x14 size, and is the third tire in the Outlaw2 series, and is the largest tire ever produced by High Lifter.

     With a 7-pitch design, the 32.5"‚ Outlaw2 cleans out exceptionally well. Its tread depths range from 1 5/8" in the center to 2 3/8" at the shoulder and 1 1/8" on the side wrap. The newest addition to the Outlaw Mudline is a true-to-size 32.5" tire. The 32.5" Outlaw2 was the clear champion when measured against some competitors 34" and 32" tires with the same PSI. 

     â€œThe High Lifter Nation wanted a bigger Outlaw-branded tire and we couldn't be more excited to give them exactly what they wanted," said Scott Smith, President of High Lifter Products. "I am really impressed with our team because they were able to create a tire with exceptional cleaning ability and superior traction. When you take that information, combined with the fact that our 32.5-inch is actually larger than some 34-inch tires on the market, it really speaks volumes about our dedication to producing the very best products for ATVs and UTVs".

     The 32.5 Outlaw2 is available in the following size and is the ultimate mud tire for both ATVs and RUVs: 32.5x10.5x14 ($240.00). 

     


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