Great grip in all XC conditions. After 5 races on the rears and an entire season on the fronts they're still in good shape.
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Stops great and goes where I aim it
Excellent traction, can really ride hard into corners and over obstacles. Like all soft rubber tires there is some wear but it's no worse then any other tire I have used.
Great tire , great traction in mud and is hard to clog up. helps me to win oklahoma xc races in pro class's every time.
I bought a whole set front and rear, the fronts are in good shape, but the rears are just a terrible tire as far as sidewall durability, Both of my rears have multiple side wall cuts which Ive had to plug. Ive only had them a year and called Maxxis, they don't want anything to do with helping me out so in return Ill never buy their product again and neither will any of the guys I ride with, worst $400 bucks I ever spent.
Not so close tread allows mud to not cake
Great tire. The spread of tread helps the mud not cake on
I have only had these tires for 2 days I rode at hollister hills in California and for those of you who have ridin there it is very rocky and hard packed, anyways I have had two full days on these first day mud and puddles and such. They grip amazingly never had tires Iike this. Second day hard packed and dry, still amazing grip. I don't even see any wear on these tires even after rolling my quad no pops or tears in the sidewalls, these things still have the factory nipples on them. I would recommend these tires to anybody these are the best tires I have ever had. I've been riding for 10 years. My quad is a the blue YFZ 450 in the picture.
I've had Razr II's, Holeshot HDs, these XC are by far the best, hook up great on the trails!!
Just ran a mud race with them and they were perfect.
I think they are better than the 2's. Sidewall not as thick though.
Wheels are listed as Diameter X Width
Tires are listed as Height X Width X Wheel Diameter
You will have to make sure the first number in the wheel size and the last number in the tire size are the same so that the tires can mount on your wheels.
Keep in mind that we always suggest to use stock sizing for your machine.