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120/100x18 Bridgestone ED78 Desert Terrain Tire

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Our price: $110.99

MSRP: $213.95 - You save $102.96 (48% off)

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  • Features incredibly strong construction to resist flats and has a rim protector to help prevent rim damage.
  • Tread design provides excellent traction and wear in all conditions
  • Heavy duty reinforced construction for anti-puncture and cut resistance.
  • Outstanding durability for the most punishing terrain.
  • Excellent for intermediate to hard terrain.

Bridgestone ED78 Desert Terrain Tire Reviews

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Great for use with Tubliss

Comments On Dec 26, 2014:I run this tire with tubliss at about 3 psi and it gets great traction and wears like iron. The traction is superior to the Dunlop 739AT that I used to run until they discontinued it and wear is about the same. These are desert style tires, but when run as super low pressures get excellent traction in virtually every terrain.

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good wear, tough tire

Comments On Nov 15, 2014:Got a lot of riding with little wear on hard pack rocks.

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Best desert hard terrain tire I've tried yet

Comments On Jul 28, 2014:This tire will actually last. The terrain out here is brutal on tires and it seams to take beating after beating. Knobs don't blow off either. Stiff carcass though. Run lower pressure than you're used to. I run around 10-12 psi and the tire grabs everything. Great wear characteristics. Solid tire. Plus it's now half off. Pair with ultra HD tube and forget about flats even with the lower pressures.

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hooks up good!

Comments On Jun 15, 2014:Once it got scuffed on the hardtop, it seemed to hook up good in the rocks. not to be trusted on anything wet. all and all a good tire.

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If you run more than 10 lb's you are missing out

Comments On May 21, 2014:I have run this tire for years! What I can tell you is that I ride at an "A" level pace in some nasty stuff and have never had issue. I run it at 3 to 8 lbs and it hooks up even with worn tread. Super stiff side wall. Get it, run it at low psi and u will see how good it is.

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Really grips well and holds up (but high cost).

Comments On Apr 07, 2014:I'm on my 2nd of these tires and I'm really impressed. I got a lot of rides on this and the wear was quite noticeably better than other brands. On the downside, the tire price is kind of rediculous as compared to others. I doubt I will fork out another $110 or so for one Dirt Bike tire. The tire also tracked very good in the various desert terrains I rode.

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Comments On Feb 07, 2014:The toughest tire out there ! Great for desert ridding when you don't want flats. Works best with ultra heavy duty tubes and 14-16 psi.

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Longest Lasting Tire

Comments On Apr 09, 2013:I bought the first one of these after reading a review in one of the magazines. It is the longest lasting tire I've ever used. Even my son can't burn it off on his KTM 300 XCW.
It is hard to install and I need a C-clamp to break the bead when removing. It helps to leave it lay in the sun to warm up before installing or removing. The carcass is very heavy and I've never had a flat with this tire. I use the Bridgestone Ultra Heavy Duty tube with it. Run 10 psi and it has awesome grip. Only downside is it's a heavy tire. I do mostly single track and two track in CO and UT. Also take an annual ride to Baja and it does well there too.

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Durable reliable tire

Comments On Mar 18, 2013:Durable, stiff sidewall. Slippery on rocks, but wears forever. Looking forward to putting my trials tire back on but this thing just won't wear out...including a weeklong Baja trip.

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ED 78

Comments On Mar 02, 2013:Overall good tire. Had been running maxxis desert IT for years, but switched to 18" rear, maxxis knob alot spikier on the 18". This is the 1st ED78 I've ran. Seems to last decent. I think the maxxis may have had a bit more traction, but with the spikier knobs that should be expected, the maxxis also wears alittle quicker for the same reason. Gonna buy a couple more ED78's and see how they last. I admit I'm rougher than most on tires, I ride alot of rocky, sandy, rooty terrain and I ask alot of a rear tire! So far I am pretty impressed with the ED78!

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