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  • Dunlop MX32 Geomax Soft/Intermediate Terrain Tire

    Dunlop MX32 Geomax Soft/Intermediate Terrain Tire

    CHASE in UT

    Take my advice

    I have ran the MX32 rear for a while now and like the tire. I would definitely recommend running that tire at a lower PSI (12 or lower) for track. But the 32 will NOT hold up on anything remotely hard. I only ride tracks and I had about 10 hours on my front 32 before I had lost 6 knobs on the outside and i'd say about half of them cracking. You're better off running a 52 in the front and a 32 in the rear. I wish I could post a picture to show what it looks like. Dunlop tires are awesome but i'm pretty disappointed in the MX 32 front.

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  • Kenda Equilibrium Trials & Enduro Hybrid Tire

    Kenda Equilibrium Trials & Enduro Hybrid Tire

    TONY in CA

    Not for Hard Terrain - does not last

    I've almost killed this tire in one day on hard terrain, and I try to lug every thing. Ill probably get 1 more ride on it before it is toast. Im super bummed cause I thought I found my tire...still looking for for that pirelli mt43 with side knobs

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  • Michelin Starcross MH3 Intermediate/Hard Terrain Tire

    Michelin Starcross MH3 Intermediate/Hard Terrain Tire

    MARC in UT

    doesn't hook up well for me

    I don't like this tire. Hook up is non-existent when it gets soft it just spins and digs a hole, traction is bad when you partake on a gravel road, slides on rocks, and no one will ride behind me because it roost gravel like no other tire before. Braking traction is bad too. It just slides. Washes out on every turn regardless of terrain. I have only done 3 rides and it is coming off. I have fallen more on those three rides than I have in the past 10 years. The last one got me to the hospital with a compound fracture of a finger. Season over!

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  • Nuetech Tubliss Gen 2 (Tubeless) Tire System

    Nuetech Tubliss Gen 2 (Tubeless) Tire System

    mike in NV

    great when you're near your truck

    รข??PRO: much lighter then the bridgestone UHD tubes i use, running a sedona mx907 rear at 4 psi is amazing! CON: tricky and messy to install with slime but you get used to it, the rim tape comes off every time - the constant moisture from the slime gets into the adhesive and releases it no matter how hard i try not to have it happen, if you cut a tire with tubliss you're done. just came back from baja mex. cut a rear tire on the beach, it sliced the outer carcass but didn't penetrate into the inner skin of the tire but regardless the air leaked out and tire went flat. aired it back up, flat again. had to pull out the tubliss and install a full tube then had to mule the red inner liner on the front bars of the bike the rest of the trip. tubliss has strong advantages and strong disadvantages. but what doesn't. i think from now on for rides in the states, with parts and help readily avail i'll run the tubliss, but def not for baja or high risk rides. i'll just run mouse.

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  • Kenda K760 Trakmaster II Tire

    Kenda K760 Trakmaster II Tire

    ALAN in CT

    tough install..

    I have installed hundreds of tires and I must say this tire is the worst to install ..3 Times it happened to me..problem being it seems like the tire is a size off...I've broke and bent tire spoons installing this tire all's 3 times on 3 different bikes..the tread itself is fine and holds up well but because of install issues I will never order another kenda tire..

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  • Michelin S-12 XC Soft Terrain Tire

    Michelin S-12 XC Soft Terrain Tire

    jason in WA

    Will be trying something different

    Tried it out for the front, lots of people love em but I didn't. They wear fast and feel slippery when it dries out in the summer. If I only rode muddy trails I would probably try them again.

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