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New Delta Chaparral MT Tire

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by MapleMoose, Mar 20, 2012.

  1. MapleMoose

    MapleMoose [OP] Drunk Canadian

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    Has anyone seen the new Chaparral MT tire made by Delta? They look pretty nice and im thinking about picking up some but i havent seen any reviews on them yet. They look really similar to the Nokian Vativa MTs which are an amazing tire.

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  2. MapleMoose

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    Actually i think they are the same exact tire. I wonder if they bought the rights to them?

    Nokian Vativa MT

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  3. bivey

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    They are probably owned by the same company. Thats like Cooper building 3 of the same tire under different names.
     
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    They look ugly, but I wonder how they perform.
     
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    You think they look ugly?? I think they look really aggressive and actually have a unique tread pattern unlike most M/Ts
     
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    If you're looking for a budget M/T, check out my review of the Hercules Trail Digger. 3,000 miles now of severe use and holding up very well.
     
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