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Maxxis RAZR XM Motocross Rear Tire Maxxis RAZR XM Motocross Rear Tire FreakyD - Tx Razr XM "Soft compound grips everywhere, loose, hardpac, even fresh butter! Tires perform exactly as anticipated! Soft compound does cause faster wear than Razr MX, but if you want to rail the corner with controlled sliding and grip everywhere else, this is the tire you're looking for."
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Maxxis Maxxcross Desert IT Rear Tire Maxxis Maxxcross Desert IT Rear Tire Enduro7king - Springfield, MO, USA The best tire for Chadwick, MO "I have a Yz 125 with a rear 19 inch tire and a front 21 inch. The front tire was very easy to install. I didn't need any help to put on the front tire and did not have any problems with pinching my tube. The rear tire was a different story, though me and my dad were barely able to put on that tie by ourselves. It was very hard to put on the last bit of the tire, we had to put a foot long pipe on the end of the tire iron to get it on (this is thanks to the extra stiff side walls). Once I got the tire on I was not able to look away for about thirty minutes. This greatly improved to looks of my bike with the deep tried it gave it a tough, rugged look. We ride in Chadwick, Mo, the terrain there is like riding in the bottom of a creek bed or most of it with a little dirt here and there. The tire gave great traction in the bottom of the creeks and in on the wet rocks. The traction really suffers on hard packed dirt and grass. My old bald tire just barely had less traction on the hard dirt, but this is not what the tire was built for either. After just one ride my back tire still looked brand new except for the slightest rounding of the egedes on the knobs of the tire. Chadwick wore down my old, almost brand new tire in about three trips, so this already has surpassed the old tire. I would recommend this tire to anyone that is going to be riding in rocky or sandy terrain. Overall, this tire gets an A+ from me It is the perfect tire for me and has good durability so far where most tires get cut to shreds."
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To the Maxxis

Maxxis began in 1967 as a small rubber company manufacturing bicycle tires. Overtime, the company grew to become the largest bicycle tire manufacturer, a position it holds to this day. Not content with just moving pedal-power, Maxxis tires expanded operations to cars, trucks, buses, motorcycles and ATVs.

Today, Maxxis tires are OE on several models of ATVs manufactured by Yamaha, Polaris and Honda. The popular Razr line of Maxxis tires is a MotoSport best buy for which we carry more than 50 models including the 4 and 6 Ply versions. You certainly can't go wrong with the Razr Ballance, named after Bill Ballance, one of the best ATV off-road racer's of all time who held the top GNCC title from 2000-08.

We carry the Razr Blade Sand Paddle tire for those riding in the dunes and the Razr XM Motocross with its brand new tread pattern featuring aggressive, pre-grooved knobs. You search for Maxxis tires ends with MotoSport.

Whatever size Maxxis tires you need, MotoSport has you covered. Not sure what Maxxis tires are best for your ATV and riding conditions? Our knowledgeable crew can tell you the Maxxis RAZR2 rear tire is better suited for the rugged demands of GNCC racing than the MX style Maxxis RAZR Cross rear tire.

Gear up for your next four wheeling adventure with MotoSport and Maxxis tires. Shop online in our convenient, secure store for the best pricing and service available. If you prefer to work with us directly, call 1-866-667-6288 for fast, friendly service or chat with an expert and make MotoSport.com your first choice for ATP tires, wheels and accessories.

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