I am very happy with the performance of these tires
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It's nice having new tires, with fresh edges, and I can afford to do it more often , at these prices, granted not the longest wearing tires, but I thing the trade off on price is worth it.
New tires are great ez to install great traction
I’ve been riding dirt bikes for 53 years and for the money you can’t beat these tires they remind me of Dunlop 952 tires and are half the price
3 season of buying this tire. 1 set last me the whole season. I ride a wide range of soil types from deep sand to hard pack and I can’t blame the tire for any of my mistakes.
If you didn’t mind running non name brand tires buy these. Be sure to buy proper tread pattern and compound for your riding conditions; track, trail, hard pack, soft and loamy, shale, granite just to name a few. That will give you the best experience with longevity and performance. 450s are powerful and do seam to wear the “edge” off in a ride or two depending on what I stated above with the addition of rider ability. If your in a budget these are the tire to buy!
PS don’t forget tubes! They install like any other tire, if you know what the drop zone means you want have any issues!
just got them on they feel good and look great
Will definitely buy again, after a few hard rides they still look brand new, seems like they will last a long time, and hook up good!
Good tires. Really can’t beat them for the price. I have had 4 or 5 sets. Seem to hold up well on my 300 two stroke. 450’s seem to go thru them a little quicker. Traction is really good in most conditions. I do run foam inserts with them. I have only run the MX pro rear and SX2
front. Sizes do run a little narrow for what the say. T
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Question asked by Hunter
Question:Q: Sx2 or se3 for trail riding?Question asked 4 days 23 hours ago
Question asked by Dg250r
Question:Q: What about the rubber piece that goes before the tube? Is it included or do I need to purchase separately ?Question asked 8 days 19 hours ago
Question asked by Orangecrush
Question:Q: Is it possible to use Nitro Mousse Tubes? I didn't see a listing of Artax tires on Nitro Mousse parts list.Question asked 1 month 8 days ago
Question asked by Scott
Question:Q: Which front tire comes in the tg4 kit?Question asked 1 month 20 days ago
Question answered by PaulUser's contributor status: Top 1Question answered 1 month 20 days agoAnswer: A: The TG4 front tires are temporarily sold out in all sizes. Alternative options for front tires are the MX-Pro, SE3, SX-1, SX-2, and XC Enduro Fat.
We will receive more TG4 front tires by spring time.
Question asked by DJ Morris
Question:Q: How wide (inches or centimeters) is the 140 rear tire?Question asked Over 10 months ago
Question answered by Trevor GearheadUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 10 months agoAnswer: A: 140 millimeters.
Question asked by Bill
Question:Q: What Artrax tires are DOT approved?Question asked Over 10 months ago
Question answered by Trevor GearheadUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 10 months agoAnswer: A: In the item description, "DOT Approved", will be listed for all tires.
Question asked by Jeff
Question:Q: Are the SE3 tires DOT?Question asked 1 year ago
Question asked by DirtyJax
Question:Q: Are the Artrax SX1 directional?Question asked 1 year 2 months ago
Question answered by Tyler GearheadUser's contributor status: Top 50Question answered 1 year 2 months agoAnswer: A: No, the SX1 is not directional.
Question asked by Cujo
Question:Q: WHats the difference between the Sticky version? I noticed this is new and costs more.Question asked 1 year 2 months ago
Question answered by Tyler GearheadUser's contributor status: Top 50Question answered 1 year 2 months agoAnswer: A: The Artrax SE3 "Sticky" tire is a hard and firm terrain tire with performance packed into every knob made from a sticky rubber compound for high traction performance.
Question asked by Letsride
Question:Q: I want put studs in them to try to get winter tires a little cheaper. Would you recommend one of these? If so which onesQuestion asked 1 year 3 months ago