12 Ply Run Flat Tire

 

GPS Offroad Products is pleased to announce the release of the Sun F 12 ply all terrain utility tire for ATV’s and Side by Sides.  Available in a variety of sizes, this ultra durable 12 ply tire is the perfect option for the outdoorsmen looking to eliminate flat tires.

WebReady12PlyOriginally developed for use by the US military, the model A-033 12 Ply was designed to handle the harshest conditions without failure.  Featuring an aggressive non-directional tread pattern, with a tread depth of more than ¾’s of an inch, the A-033 provides superior traction on every type of terrain. The footprint is a proven and popular utility tread pattern and the tread covers the entire shoulder of the tire for added sidewall protection.

A higher concentration of natural rubber is infused into the bias constructed carcass, creating an incredibly durable tire that is soft enough to grip hard surfaces while still offering exceptional tread life.

In addition to being virtually puncture proof, the A-033 features an ultra-stiff sidewall with almost no flex.  Incorporating elements of run flat technology in the design, the tire will actually maintain its rigidity without any air in it.  That means in the rare event that you puncture one, you won’t have to worry about being stranded.

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“Flat tires are never convenient but there are certain instances where getting a flat tire can make or break an experience” said Ty Zimmerman, President of GPS Offroad Products.  “Hunters don’t want to deal with a flat tire while hauling out a trophy animal from deep in the backcountry and flat tires seem to be a constant nuisance to farmers and ranchers.  We’ve heard a lot of complaints about problems with 6 and even 8 ply tires on the market and we believe the Sun F 12 Ply tire is the solution.”

Despite doubling the ply rating of most utility tires on the market, the average weight increase is just 27% over the 6 ply version of the same tire.  “Initially a tire weighing in the 29-37 pound range sounds heavy but when you consider some of the 30 and 32 inch tires are reaching the high 30’s or even up to 40 lbs, it’s really not all that bad” says Zimmerman.  “A few extra pounds in exchange for peace of mind is a worthy sacrifice for many users.”

The 12 Ply A-033 is available in 25”, 26” and 27” sizes.

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9 Responses to 12 Ply Run Flat Tire

  1. Ron Schoales says:

    I love this tire !! I currently run Pitbull rockers and cut one on our first ride with them. I still really like my pittbulls but I live in a very rocky area in Canada. I would like some pricing and availability on these plz.
    27/9/14
    27/!!/14
    Thanks Ron

  2. Dave Mills says:

    We put these on our UTV and we are very pleased with them We purchased them from a dealer here in TX. Is it true that Sun F is the Manufacture for many of the Run Flat tires we see on the market. Like DWT RF ?

  3. Robert Armijo says:

    I did some research on the run flat tires available for my Utv before purchasing and found out some interesting stuff on the run flats I found available. I chose the guys at GPS off road for many reasons and I am very happy with the product, pricing and service I received. I would recommend this company and their products to anyone that is in the market of buying tires or wheels for their UTV. Thanks, Robert

  4. Richard spears says:

    Received our run flat tires last week and got to go test them out this weekend. I have to say these are one tuff UTV tire. We went out in a group ride and everyone had flats but me there were a couple Maxxis flats one STI flat and one ITP flat. I think my friends will be purchasing some soon. Thank you guys and I will recommend these run flat tires to everyone that has a flat.

  5. William says:

    Well I have done lots of research on these Utv RF run flat 12 ply tires that are in the Utv, Atv market. Here is what I have found. It appears that GPS off-road is indeed the leader in this market making over 95% of the run flat Utv, Atv 12 ply tires in the industry like the Dwt run flat tires, RP advanced Run flat tires as well as their own XII Ply run flat. This makes GPS off-road the leader in this market for sure. So I Called the guys at GPS off-road and had them explain the difference between the three brands and which would fit my needs. After hearing what I was doing with them and the load I was working with they recommended the RP Advanced tires and clarified that the RP tire is the only US Military approved pneumatic tire in the market and said that they were available at Cabelas stores, Brad Youngs, Les Schwab stores and at TD powersports.

    Thanks guys

  6. Zhang Heng says:

    The DWT RF 12 ply tires are manufactured overseas by a company called Taizhou Taiyangfeng know as SunF correct ? and This overseas company is involved in GPS offroad in the USA. I am a broker that imports tires for Atv , Utv, Side by Side, Scooters, Go Carts, motorcycles. We have seen the XCR-V3, XCF-, Moapa’s tires. We also watched the video’s and like the one that GPS did of the SUN f RUN FLAT Tire.

  7. George Kelly says:

    Received our Run Flats today and you weren’t kidding when you said these tires are Puncture resistant and by far the most durable Atv, Utv Tires on the Market. I have owned many different tires and there’s nothing compare to these. There is no rugged country that these wont hold up to and just to think at how much money we have wasted buying other tires looking for something that would hold up, wished we would have found you a long time ago. These are truly the best Utv and Atv tires out there. Thank you.

  8. bill says:

    Hi I am from Western Australia and am interested in the 12 ply tyres. we run a few Polaris with 14″ rims in outback Australia and are yet to find a tyre to stand up to the conditions. could you send more info and pricing and a lead time to Australia.

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