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In 1968, with the introduction of the now famous Swamper, Interco Tire Corporation didn’t just change the game; we started a whole new one.  The Swamper was the first ever specifically built off-road tire for light trucks, jeeps and SUVs, and the seed that started the off-road tire market.  We started in the lead and haven’t taken our foot off the gas since blazing a trail that many others have followed, and few have even tried to duplicate.  Today, Interco Tire offers the most diverse line of specialty built tires on the planet.  Although we are known for our beloved light truck off-road tires such as the Super Swamper, Bogger, IROK, M-16 and others, Interco also offers some of the best performing  ATV Tires, UTV Tires, Trailer Tires, Farm Implement & Agricultural Tires, Industrial Tires, Vintage Drag Tires, Muscle Car Race Tires, Vintage Drag Bike Tires and Motocross Tires. If you are looking for a specialty tire that will outperform all others in its class - you are at the right place.      

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In 2007, the M&H Racemaster Drag Tire was honored by Hot Rod Magazine and the Automotive Aftermarket's Insiders as one of the 10 most significant speed parts of all time. Early drag racing tires weren't very good, or safe, or consistent, but M&H Racemaster changed all that when we invented the first Drag Tire.

In the late ‘40s, there was an influx of gear heads, fresh out of the military with an intense need for speed. From modified street cars to home-built machines, racers quickly gained knowledge about making their hot rods quicker and faster. Not long after the nation’s first few drag strips opened to the public, racers began experimenting with tires. At the time, a purpose-built racing tire was something that only existed in Indy car or other forms of round-track racing.

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