ITP gets the 2007 season started in high style with the introduction of the all-new SS Alloy wheel line. Manufactured through ITP’s high-tech Advancecast process, the 6-spoke SS106 and 12-spoke SS112 not only bring a new level of sophisticated good looks, they have proven in testing to be the strongest and lightest one-piece aluminum wheels on the market today. SS Alloys have shown to be so durable, in fact, that ITP rolls these wheels out with a lifetime structural warranty: if you bend or break it, ITP will replace it!

The SS106 and SS112 debut in three sizes each. They’re available in a 12×7, as well as unique 14×6 and 14×8 sizes designed specifically for front and rear applications, respectively. These dedicated sizes provide more precise fitment and make the most of 26- and 27-inch radial tire performance.

The SS106 and SS112 use a bright, diamond-cut machined finish with black accents and a tough clear-coat finish; the SS112 also comes in a show-stopping chrome finish. As an added bonus, all SS Alloy wheels come standard with a custom wheel cap!

ITP SS Alloy wheels are ideal for most late-model 4×4 sport/utility ATVs as well as side-by-side UTV applications such as the Yamaha Rhino. The 14-inch models may be the best UTV wheels made to date, with a load rating of 650 lbs! ITP is also making the SS Alloy line available in pre-mounted tire/wheel kit form, using ITP’s popular Mud Lite XL, Mud Lite XTR and TerraCross R/T tires.

The ITP SS Alloy line is the perfect fusion of style and performance, just another example of how ITP is committed to exceeding customer expectations by providing the highest quality products at competitive prices.

ITP is the world’s #1 ATV aftermarket tire and wheel source, with a complete line of innovative products for virtually all ATVs and applications. To order, see your local ATV dealer. For a copy of ITP’s full-color product catalog, call toll-free: 1-800-859-4740. For other inquiries or technical advice, contact ITP at 930-A S. Rockefeller Ave., Ontario, CA 91761; (909) 390-1905. Or visit ITP’s website at


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