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I bought two of these tires for two different bikes. The tires work great and hold the turns excellent. We ride in a lot of sand that goes to hard pack, and so far they are holding up great.No problems with mounting.
Bought these as a set, looking for something cheap but useable. This front tire will not bite into anything. I raced a cross country race this past weekend that had a mix of mud, rocks, hard packed clay, it washed out in any turn I pit it in. The worn out S-12 I took off did way better. Easy to install and cheap, but look elsewhere for a front tire. The rear however did phenomenal.
Nice tire for the price. Will buy more
Got both front and rear for under $100. Can’t beat that. Front seems to hold a line well and has great stopping grip
The tire was easy to mount, bead was fine. In fact it was easier to put on than the brand name tire was to take off. It looks small, but I measured it, it is a 80/100/21. How can you go wrong, they are half the price of brand D & B even if they buff off it's still a deal!
I needed something for the vintage bike that wasn't going to break the bank. Can't fault these at all! Installation was definitely tougher than name brands but it went on first try with standard spoons and some lubricant. It wears like iron which leads to it spinning a bit more than hooking up. No broken or ripped knobs!
Excellent tire for the rider who is paying his own bills. Great all around traction and endurance. Works well in soft to intermediate conditions. Great price.
10 psi 5 rides on mix soil from loose pumice to great dirt. No complaints will buy again mx pro 1 is what I purchased
I bought these not to long ago and they are great best tires i have ever bought
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Question asked by Dirtbiker
Question:Q: Would this fit a 1976 Honda xr109r 2000 modelQuestion asked 1 year 4 months ago
Question answered by TylerGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 25Question answered 1 year 4 months agoAnswer: A: I would be confident is saying no, this does not fit your machine
Question asked by Travis
Question:Q: Is the front tire for a 1981 Yamaha YZ250 tubleless?Question asked 1 year 9 months ago
Question answered by DavidUser's contributor status: Top 10 ContributorQuestion answered 1 year 9 months agoAnswer: A: No. It's a tube type tire.