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Artrax MX-Pro Rear Tire

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Artrax MX-Pro Rear Tire

Product Description

  • Please note: Tire sizes vary by ride, please check your current tire and wheel sizes before placing the order. If you have any questions, please call Customer Service at 1-888-676-8853.
  • SOFT / INTERMEDIATE TERRAIN
  • Artrax MX PRO tires offer excellent traction in ruts and flat corners.
  • Tread patter offers great traction in all terrains and improves braking grip.
  • Durable tire compound.
  • The Artrax MX PRO tire is sold individually.
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Price222 Location: Fairmont, WV 26554, USA
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Location: Fairmont, WV 26554, USA
Solid Tire

This is the absolute best tire for the money. It's super easy to install and the life of the tire compares to the best tire companies out there. Only complaint is that the sizes are a little different. I got the 100/90-19 and it looks like a bicycle tire on my bike. Definitely ordering the 110 next time.

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Awesome

If your on a budget, this is a fantastic brand to start using. I will never go back to any other tire brand. For the money, its the smartest decision you can make, and the tires work amazing! Last just as long as the leading brands.

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Location: Arkansas City, KS, USA
Alright tire

Good tire if you change out tires a lot because of the soft compond

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Location: norther Michigan
Artrax mx pro

The tire seems very good so far. I ride from soft to hard and it hooks up everywhere very nice tire for the money

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Location: Sioux Falls, SD, USA
Your Average tire

Nothing bad but nothing great. Would buy again for the price.

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Location: seattle
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Seems to be holding up fairly well... have only ridding on soft/intermediate terrain. Definitely great value for the price!

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Super cheap price but a pain to install. Landed hard on the back end on it's first ride and the sidewall blew out. Disappointed in it's durability

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Location: Florida, USA
For the price it's hard to beat

Very hard to mount, had to use a lot of tire lube & a lot of air pressure to get tire to seat. This is the disturbing part when 18 & 19 inch standing next to each other the 19 is way taller by 2" & it shouldn't be. The tires should be same size, the profile on 19 should be shorter. This causes a issue when trying to put a larger sprocket on rear, the tire hits mud flap.

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Location: Las Vegas, NV
Not just a great value, but a great tire

I ride every weekend, from tracks, to desert to sand and occasional mud. I am your typical weekend (every weekend) warrior, but since I am not a sponsored rider I have to find a good value in tires since I burn thru them quickly. I have tried dunlap, maxxis, michellin, sedona, and a few others. I tried the Artrax because they were cheap, but fell in love with them because they last longer than all the others I have tried and out perform them as well. I get about 4 or 5 MORE rides on these than the other brands. My typical terrian on a given weekend takes me through very rocky trails, sand and then washes which are typically a combination of gravel and sand with occasional sharp edged rocks and boulders. I have never had any issues with traction or durability with these tires so if you haven't tried them yet get a set and enjoy the best value and tire on the market.....BUT make sure you leave some for me!

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Location: Gardena, Ca
Good tires

Artrax tires work as well as the Bridgestone tires I replaced and to my surprise they seem to be very durable. I wish Artrax had stickers so I could cover up the Bridgestone stickers on my bike.

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indysport440 Over 7 months ago
How tall are the knobs on the tire? and I have read they run skinny my tire size is 110/90/19 should I get the 120/90/19 or would that be to big?
MotoSport Staff
Over 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
The knobs are 5/8" tall when measured at the center of the tire on the 110/90-19. The tire size will depend on what you are running. If you are running a 250 two stroke it would be recommended to run the 110. If you are riding a 450 4 stroke you would want to use a 120. These do not run narrow from my experience.
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