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Artrax SE3 Rear Tire

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Artrax SE3 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.

Artrax SE3 enduro motorcycle tire provides performance and durability at an affordable price for the budget conscious rider who does not want to sacrifice quality.

  • Built for Intermediate terrain.
  • The Artrax SE3 tire is an intermediate terrain tire with performance packed into every knob.
  • Constructed to be the toughest and most competitive enduro-style tire available from Artrax.
  • With a super stiff 4-ply construction, the Artrax is built to have maximum puncture resistance.
  • For the tire that will handle the most demanding riding conditions, the burly Artrax SE3 tire is the right choice to get the job done.
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MainJetCampbell Location: Boise, ID, USA
sacgsxr Location: sacramento
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Location: Boise, ID, USA
You get what you pay for

For the price its a great tire!

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Verified Purchaser
Location: Idaho
Great tire

This is a great tire, serious tread, can't beat it for the price. My next tire will be an Artrax.

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Verified Purchaser
Location: Mckinney, Tx
Se3 rear tire

its a little stiff to put on and the tire is thinner then most with the same size given. it holds up ok and rides ok. Its not that great for racing but if you trail ride its perfect

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Location: sacramento
Good tire

good tire, great value.

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Location: Pittsfield, MA
Pretty good tire

well what can i say, this tire hooks up good and does what a tire should. so far it seems pretty durable, after having it on for around 4 weeks

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Location: Smithfield Va
Surprised

First tire I've ever bought , first tire I've ever put on with my first set of tire irons. First 2rides have been just to check em out definitely can tell a difference from my half worn Kenda track master ,,so far no problems Even if this tire only last a yr or so for $40 or $50 cant beat it

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Location: Sault, On, Canada
Tires are small

I decided to get some cheap tires for my 2nd wheel set that I will use on trails to save my race tires. First thing I noticed is how small the 110/90-19 rear tire is. It's really skinny, more along the lines of a 100/90-19. Perfect for 250f's and 125's , but too small for 450f's and 250 2 strokes. I had no issues mounting and seating the bead.

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Top 250 Contributor
Definitely a cheap tire

"I bought this because I could afford it, but next time I'll put out more money. First of all a back tire isn't easy to put on, but going through all that work to go on 3 rides that are only a few hours long and see that the front facing edge of the tread is rounded over really makes you mad that you wasted all that money."

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Location: Coeur d' Alene, ID
Definitely a cheap tire

I bought this because I could afford it, but next time I'll put out more money. First of all a back tire isn't easy to put on, but going through all that work to go on 3 rides that are only a few hours long and see that the front facing edge of the tread is rounded over really makes you mad that you wasted all that money.

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Top 50 Contributor
Location: Bismarck, ND
Good Tire

Great Tire for a great price. Has been put to the test and still isn't missing any knobbys and still hooks up as if it were still the first time being used

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longlive2strokes Over 5 months ago
Looking for a budget tire for my rm125, i want an intermediate terrain tire, one that will last, and mount easily, is this the one? if not what is?
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Either the SE3 or the MX Pro depending what kind of riding you do. The SE3 is geared more towards off road riding, while the MX Pro is designed more for track use.
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