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D BRYANT in MS
Bought these a while back but only have about 150-170 miles on them on a Prairie 650. No flats so far (which was a major problem with stock tires, especially the rears) and they are showing very little wear. Very little riding in large rocks, mostly dirt, roots, stobs, etc. Handling and ride are very good. Not as easy to powerslide as the stockers if ground is firm. Obviously not a mud tire, but I didn't buy them for that. If they wear well throughout their life and continue to avoid flats pretty well, I would definitely buy again. So far, so good.Read All Reviews
STEVE in VA
I got one for the rear for a 2010 CRF 250. It has a wider rim than stock and it weighs 1.5 lbs more. That was expected and not a deal breaker, its more important that they are strong. Once the spokes have bed in after the first ride they are staying tight. I have noticed tires that weighs 1-2 lb more than this wheel being heavier. Excessive tire weight will always be more noticeable than wheel weight do to its flywheel effect. I like the black anodized rim, its very scratch resistant vs a painted one that was a nice bonus. If the rear continues to hold up well, I'll be getting a front.Read All Reviews
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