Kanati Mud Hog M/T Tire

It’s only been a few years since Kanati, a division of Greenball entered into the off-road tire market.  Their two new versions of off-road worthy tires include the Trail Hog and Mud Hog.  Both tires feature similarities to other popular tires of the same type but they can also stand alone.

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The Mud Hog M/T bares a resemblance to the old Goodyear MT/R, which was long regarded as a great tire.  Available currently in 21 sizes from 15″ wheels to 22″ – most sizes reside in the 16-17″ wheel size.   The tires are D rated which is perfect for a Jeep.

Kanati-Mud-Hog-Tread-CloseSome details from Kanati

  • Aggressive Tread: The large lugs compress for maximum surface-to-surface contact which creates improved traction, better handling, and peace of mind for your off-road adventures.
  • Overlapping Center line: The layered pattern of the contact patch was engineered to cancel road noise for a smooth and quiet ride.
  • Durable Sidewall: The unique 3-ply sidewall reinforces the structural integrity of the Kanati Mud Hog for greater puncture resistance. The sturdier construction digs into softer terrain for better traction and performance.
  • High Void Ratio: Void ratio refers to the amount of open space in the tread. The Kanati Mud Hog’s high void ratio allows for superior debris clear-out and improves the Mud Hog’s ability to drain water.

 

Kanati Tires
Tel: 1-800-946-9412
Website: www.kanatitires.com

Kanati Mud Hog M/T Tire Review
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Pros
  • Siping for rain and snow
  • Good forward grip
Cons
Lateral grip
Summary
While we haven't had a real review of these yet JP did one and they rated the tire pretty well overall.  They reported the off road behavior very good both at road air pressure and aired down.  Sidewall flex was good even at full pressure.  Forward grip was good but there was a complaint about lateral grip.  It was stated that rain driving was very good due to the siping in the outer blocks. These tires seem like they are worth a look.  A little internet searching shows the price range of these tires ranges on the lower side of comparable tires.
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low road noise
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