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  • IRC Heavy Duty Motorcycle Tube

    IRC Heavy Duty Motorcycle Tube

    Tyler in CO

    Good Tubes.

    Ride in a lot of rocky and sandy areas. No Flats, knock on wood.

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  • IRC VE35 Enduro Tire

    IRC VE35 Enduro Tire

    DERRIK in ID

    good tire

    This tire holds up to serious abuse. I will be getting one for my next bike as well. Great price too.

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  • IRC M5B Soft Terrain Tire

    IRC M5B Soft Terrain Tire

    DERRIK in ID

    Didn't Last Long

    I bought this tire because a lot of guys I know rave about it. It is a very meaty tire with deep lugs that work great in sand and other soft terrain. If you ride single track trails in the woods and run on hard pack a lot this may not me the tire for you. I only got three rides out of it in the mountains and it was smoked. I will be going with something different next time.

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  • IRC VE39 Intermediate Terrain Tire

    IRC VE39 Intermediate Terrain Tire


    North Eastern ohio single track

    These tire are a 3 star do to the tread pattern these are better than the ve35s but still not exactly a mud tire the tread doesn't clean very well when it gets muddy or the logs get wet they don't grip as well as I would like but they do wear like iron though but I'd like to see the tread changed a little and maybe them losing a little durability to gain a stickier tire and the price is great I feel irc is on to some great tires with a couple tweeks they could be the only tire anyone wants

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  • IRC VE33 Enduro Tire

    IRC VE33 Enduro Tire

    Steven in NC

    My fav all around tire

    I've been running this tire lately in 5.10-18 and it's a beast. Also used to race on it and the M5B on a fire breathing XR350. They must have updated the compound, because they seem lighter than before. Still an HD tire that works everywhere and wears very well. Highly recommended!

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  • IRC TR-11 Trials Tire (Tube Type)

    IRC TR-11 Trials Tire (Tube Type)

    John in NM

    Weak sidewalls

    IRC TR-11 front tube-type running low with Tubliss lasted 1700 miles and 184 hours (95% dirt) but the sidewalls are just not strong enough. Eventually there was a "flex zone" along the sidewall and cuts appeared. IRC TR-11 rear is tubeless with strong sidewalls and is still running even though the knobs are down to about 2 mm. I replaced the front with a Pirelli M43 which is looking good so far.

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