GBC Dirt Commander UTV, ATV Tire Test

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GBC Dirt Commander UTV, ATV Tire Test

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We’ve driven on GBC’s Dirt Commander Tires in the desert and mountains of California, in the brown loamy soil of Montana, and on the gnarly rocky trails of Brimstone in Huntsville, Tennessee. They’ve proven pretty versatile, providing control and confidence in most situations and soil types. In our opinion, they’re good on hard surfaces, great deep loose soils, and will hold their own in the mud with good cleanout. Forward traction is good in all but the deepest of mud holes. They’ll claw their way up a slick wet creek bank or steep, chunky rock strewn hills with relative ease. We conquered some pretty intimidating hills comprised of flat rock and hard-packed dirt with good hookup and control going up and down. Dirt Commanders are most at home in darker loamy soil and can hold their own in the sand, where their tread offers a great balance of spacing and depth, providing great hookup and good cornering control. Braking hookup is equally balanced with acceleration in all conditions. In dry, hard-packed conditions, the Dirt Commanders provide sufficient traction on sidehills, but lack the side bite of the Mongrels when cornering at high speeds requiring a bit more throttle control and restraint. Steering precision is pretty predictable in these conditions, working best in four-wheel-drive where the front tires help pull the car through turns.For most situations, we ran 14-16 pounds of pressure in the tires maximizing traction and ride quality while driving at a good clip. If we were concerned with cutting a tire in the rocks or we wanted to prevent framing out on larger jumps than you see here, we’d up the pressure to between 20 and 22 pounds. As a tire with a more open tread pattern that’s designed to work in most trail conditions, wear factor is decent. The tread seems to wear pretty evenly with little chunking. If you run one of the 10” wide sizes front and rear, you can interchange them and prolong tire life. ConclusionThe Dirt Commanders are great all-terrain, all-condition tires. They perform best in intermediate soil conditions allowing them to work well almost anywhere. We’d consider them good for the desert and a top tire choice in the woods whether you’re tooling around with your friends or chasing points in a cross country racing series.Related VideosGBC Grim Reaper SXS, ATV Tire Test Review GBC Kanati Mongrel UTV, ATV Tire Test Social MediaYouTube Instagram Facebook
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