RBP Repulsor Tires: Where the Rubber Meets the Off-Road

AutoGuide.com Staff
by AutoGuide.com Staff

If you’re the type of person who looks at a truck that has stock tires on it and you think to yourself, “that just doesn’t look right,” you’re probably the kind of person who will really enjoy RBP Repulsor tires. RBP (Rolling Big Power) specializes in mud and rugged terrain tires for trucks and SUVs and they have a model that should fit your needs perfectly.

RBP Repulsor tires range in size from 31 inches to 40 inches in flotation sizing, and 15 inches to 26 inches in standard sizing. RBP Repulsor tires use highly specialized compounds, tread-pattern designs, and technology. The brand’s goal is to design tires from that can handle all kinds of terrain from mud, dirt, snow, and rain. The result is a line of tires that can handle everything you can throw at them, in a wide range of sizes, and happen to be some of the best-looking mud tires available.

RBP Repulsor M/T

RBP’s Repulsor M/T is a classic mud tire built for light trucks, SUVs, and even some crossovers. It is one of those mud tires that works well on pavement, hard-pack terrain, rocks, and more.

How does it give you excellent traction in rain, sleet, mud, snow, and everything else in between? It starts with a specially designed tread pattern that features large staggered tread blocks, open shoulders and a highly detailed upper shoulder design. The Repulsor M/T’s tread blocks and the open shoulders ensure constant road and trail contact, which along with some added siping in the tread, and channels that move snow and water away from the contact areas, gives this tire solid road manners in all weather conditions. The same tread also finds traction off the beaten path, too. Add in the Repulsor M/T’s extended sidewall pattern that helps the tire to find grip in deep mud and sand while ensuring mobility in rough terrain, and you have a mud tire that works in all terrain without sacrificing extreme traction needs. Here is the real kicker –  the RBP Repulsor M/T tire gives off minimal road noise and has a comfortable ride quality. When you add in the unmatched value for what you get at the price these tires run, and you find you have something that off-road enthusiasts can appreciate.

RBP Repulsor M/T3

One of the things that makes RBP Repulsor tires so great is that the company is always evolving the line. The RBP Repulsor M/T3 is a new generation of mud tire that combines RBP’s proprietary tread compound blend with tough 3-ply sidewalls, and an advanced progressive-pitch tread pattern variation to create a tire that offers serious traction off-road. The Repulsor M/T3 was designed for mostly for light trucks and SUVs, although it does work with crossovers, too. Like other RBP Repulsor tires it provides you with excellent traction in rain, sleet, mud, snow, and anything else you can encounter on-and-off road.

To get the best off-road performance RBP uses large staggered tread elements, wide grooves and an open shoulder design, all working in unison to give you better surface traction in soft and loose terrain. The tread design enhances the tire’s grip in those fun off-road conditions we all seek out, and it improves your drivability when you dive into deep mud and loose dirt. The upper sidewall design and the biting edge of the Repulsor M/T3 really go to work when you’re in things like ruts and other traction-craving areas where you need a little extra grip to pull your tires out of the “stuck-zone.”

The RBP Repulsor M/T3 provides minimal road noise, comfortable ride quality, and other road-friendly features tht make it a great tire when on the pavement, too. It is available in 33- to 40-inch applications, making it a great choice for whatever rig you can fit them under.

RBP Repulsor M/T RX

The RBP Repulsor M/T RX is a tire that gets high marks for all types of use. Yes, it is a mud tire, but it works extremely well on just about any type of terrain and traction condition. Like other RBP Repulsor mud tires, it uses a special tread design and RBP’s specialized compounds for grip and long tread life. What truly sets this tire apart from others are the larger tread blocks with added siping that gives this tire excellent traction on wet pavement, slippery rocks, snow, and ice.

The Rolling Big Power Repulsor M/T RX offers a quieter ride thanks to the tread pattern with a little closer design. It still digs well in mud and loose soil conditions, with cleaning channels to move mud, sand and dirt out and away from the tread. With the features it packs in, this is a solid choice for more varied terrain.

RBP Repulsor R/T

The Repulsor R/T is RBP’s rugged terrain tire, which is basically an all-terrain tire on steroids. While it may not get as much grip in mud and sand, the R/T is a better all-around tire sith better road manners than a true mud tire. It uses RBP’s tire compounds and has tread blocks that are more closely spaced than the M/T tires. However, it still has serious off-road capability with clearing groves and channels, and deep siping that helps get better grip on rocks and other rugged terrain types. This siping also gives the Repulsor R/T better grip on wet and icy roads. In fact, this is RBP’s best wet conditions tire, making it the best option for wet rocks and slick hardpack conditions. As an added bonus, it also is RBP’s quietest tire on the road with the best road manners. If you want a true off-road tire that won’t drown you in road noise, this is it.

For more information on any of the RBP Repulsor tire family, check out SimpleTire.com. They will be happy to help you pick the best tire for your ride.

NOTE: This is sponsored content produced in partnership with Simple Tire

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