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2004 Husqvarna TE510

Michelin 250/450F M12 XC / S12 XC Tire Combo

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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.
  • M12XC = Intermediate Terrain.
  • S12XC = Soft Terrain.

The sizes are as follows:

  • 100/100-18 = Michelin size of 120/90-18.
  • 100/90-19 = Michelin size of 120/80-19.
  • 80/100-21 = Michelin size of 90/90-21.

Note: Please check your current tire size to ensure you are ordering the correct replacement size.

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Top 100 Contributor
Great set up!!!

I ride a lot of desert single track this combo works perfect!!!

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Top 1000 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Location: Ridgecrest, CA, USA
Best Performing Tires On The Market

I have gone back to these tires after trying all the others. I get more performance, grip and wear out of these, dollar for dollar than the other brands.

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Verified Purchaser
Location: South Florida
Michelin S12xc Great tire fair price

We have been using these tires for years with much success. This is the first time I have purchased tires online in a while and three of the four tires I purchased were less than a year old, but one was more than three years old and I will probably not order online again as a result. Motosport is great and I will continue to order from them, just not tires.

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Location: Springfield, OR
The Best Tires Ever!!

These are the best tires ever. I ride in the mountains of Oregon regularly and these tire perform fantastic! The last a long time, grip is fantastic. will definitely buy another set when these wear out and I will recommend them to others.

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Location: Huntington Beach, CA
New tires for the old CR

Found new tires for the CR250 and the Michelin prices were the best anywhere. Only issue was they number them differently than other brands so was a little confused when I got them Called and they straightened me out :-) Arrived super quick and with free shipping. Doesn't get much better....

Michelin 250/450F M12 XC / S12 XC Tire Combo
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Location: N Indiana
Long term testing

About 7 years ago I tried a set of S-12's at the recommendation of a friend. I replaced a set of OEM Dunlops on my 250X. I primarily ride Michigan's tight, twisty, technical sand single tracks. These tires added a level of confidence I'd lost due to the Dunlops. I went up one size from the recommended in the rear to a 120/80x18 to suit my riding style. Other than a tendency to shed knobs when running in rocks and roots when running low (sand) pressures the handling is impressive. After 7 years it remains my tire of choice.

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Location: East Coast
Good Tire

First thing that is important abput these tires is that you need to check michelins website for the correct tires size because the sizes of these tires are a little different than others. the tires themselves work great. the rear tire is better than the front by far. the rear hooks up on everything from solid rock to roots and mud. the front tire is okay but it's not confidence inspiring. make sure your in a good rut or have plenty of traction because the front end tends to slide out. i think i am going to try the Maxxis SI tires next. they seem to work great every where.

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Location: Little Rock, AR
Grip AND Longevity!

I've sworn by these tires since I started using them. Everytime I try something else, I regret it. I have used the S12XC on my KTM450 and YZ125, front and back. I'm 160lbs (without gear), ride A Open, and use 12psi front, 10psi rear. I've found at my weight and speed, those pressures provide excellent compromise between grip and flat protection. Only 1 rear flat in 3 years of racing hare scrambles/enduros. (50-something races). No front flats at all. These tires HOLD UP!! Last weekend, at Boogieville hare scramble in Uniontown, AR we saw some of the rockiest terrain out there. Going in with a new set of S12XC's, I had comments on how my tires looked brand new AFTER the 2 hour race! And they almost did :) Front - NO Chunking. Rear, could just barely tell it was used.

Michelin 250/450F M12 XC / S12 XC Tire Combo
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Location: San Antonio, TX
Amazing!

This is the third set of the Michelin "sand" tires that I have purchased. Unbelievable traction!!! We ride in all kinds of conditions, but even on the rocky hard pack these hook up well. My Suzuki DRZ400E and RM250 (2-stroke) as well as my Honda CRF450R all love these tires. Rodger DeCoster says that the best way to spend $100 is to buy a new tire, I agree 100%. Tthe added control from the increased traction is more valuable than a new cam, exhaust, piston............. Most of our bikes have more power than we can use, put your $ into new tires, and enjoy the control. BUT, they should come with decals!

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ktm23 3 months 3 days ago
What is the best tire for riding gncc and sorcs in georgia and tenessee?
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 months 29 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
That is honestly a hard question for me to answer as we are located up in the Pacific Northwest and I personally haven't ridden in Georgia or Tennessee. It would really just depend on the type of terrain you are riding on there though (I would guess you have a lot of red clay there in Georgia). The michelin S12XC would work better where you are riding on really soft dirt, where as the M12XC is more geared towards riding on Intermediate terrain. I can say intermediate terrain tires are overall the most popular tire compound as they seem to perform well in a variety of conditions from soft to hard. I would recommend giving us a call at 888-676-8853 and we can possibly help you out better as far as choosing the right tire for you. All of our customer service representatives are experience riders so I'm sure discussing this with one of them over the phone would be greatly helpful for choosing the best tire for you.
MSparks049 Over 4 years ago
Which size tire comes stock on the 2006 YAM 450F?
Over 4 years ago
19in in the back and 21in in the front
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