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  • Tusk TriloBite® Tire

    Jacob in IN

    Very small size

    I bought a set of these in a 26" size and when inflated to the recommended 7psi they measure 24.5".....they are smaller than the stock tires and I'm terribly disappointed!!!!

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  • Shinko MX216 Series Tire

    Andy in WI

    Vague corner feel

    I have zero confidence in my cornering with this tire. So far the tread life is good but I will probably not put anymore time on since the front end feel of my bike went away after installing this tire.

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  • Kenda K785 Millville II Medium Terrain Tire

    Donald in NM

    Great Tire

    My favorite tire , I live in North West New Mexico and it works great all year. I mainly ride single track.

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  • BFGoodrich Mud Terrain T/A KM3 Tire

    Patrick in AZ

    Great Tires

    These tires are awesome, replaced the stock Bighorns on my X3 MAX and have had them on for 12 months, great tread life!!!!!

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  • Tusk Recon Hybrid® Tire

    David in CA

    Great tire

    Great tire for the price. So far it appears that tire wear is acceptable considering that some super soft 'Gummy" tires last 4-5 rides. With a tubeless setup I'm running closer to 10psi in the rear to negate squirming around since the carcass/sidewall seems to be less stiff than some of the more durable tires. So far so good, great traction.

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  • Michelin StarCross 5 Soft Terrain Tire

    Joshua in PA

    Good for a wide variety of terrain.

    I have used the medium compound starcross 5s for years to save money. You get pretty good traction in pretty much all terrains and get above average tread life as well. I usually only have to buy 1 front tire and 2 rears per season (10-13 races per year, riding at least 4 times a month), not bad at all. These tires don't like to be underinflated though. I run the tubliss system (front and rear) and since michelins are well known to have softer sidewalls and carcasses, they love to roll under a certain tire pressure. I usually run these things at 8psi in the front and 4psi in the rear. The rear isn't too much of a problem but if you go under that pressure on the front, that bad boy is gonna roll, and you're probably gonna fall. (Keep in mind i weigh 217lbs. so psi levels may differ for you.)

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