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Dustin in CA
This tire had a large cup and looked different than the rest. (As difficult to install as the more expensive ED78s). It had severe issues trying to hold an Ultra Heavy Duty tube eventually blowing out the side wall and destroying the tire. Going back to Dunlops, D606s!Read All Reviews
Dirtybird in California
As another reviewer stated, some of the center knobs on the front wear way faster than the rest. It will be time to replace sooner than expected because they will be worn to nothing while the rest of the tire looks great. Very strange. I have gone through 2 of these and they both did the same exact thing. The rear wears consistently on all the knobs though and has decent life. I wouldn't buy the front again but the rear is acceptable. I would normally expect the front to outlast the rear but this is not the case with these.Read All Reviews
John in British Columbia
I have used the MT21 front tire many times on DRZ 400, KLR 250, WR250R and now KTM 350 EXCF. Yes the center knobs wear terribly uneven. That is when using an inner tube. What I have learned through experience is that when a Tubliss bladder is installed, the center knobs wear evenly when inflated to 28 psi on pavement. Also it helps if the rider is not heavy on the front brake when using an inner tube. By the way, I use an MT43 on the rear. Save the trails.Read All Reviews
Ross in Idaho
I run MT43s front and rear on knarly mountain trails, with MH tubes and 10 psi front, 5 psi rear. Advantages of these tires: 1. Excellent traction. 2. Long wear (front 700 miles, rear 2,000 miles) 3. Stable, unlike a lot of other trials tires. 4. Front does the same thing for the front wheel as the rear, plus then the bike is balanced. 5. Sturdy carcass eliminates problem with flats (if you ride light and don't pound through rock gardens). 6. Very little trail erosion. 7. Works better overall than knobbies on: steep climbs, tracking through rocks, skatey off-camber, snow, wet rocks and tree roots, water crossings. Disadvantages: 1. Side knobs on front tend to tear off quickly. Otherwise the front tire would last longer than the rear. 2. Not as good as knobbies in slimy mud, rear braking. For responsible riding in technical and sensitive areas, this is THE tire.Read All Reviews