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Michelin AC 10 Enduro-MX Rear Tire
Michelin
AC 10 Enduro-MX Rear Tire
$78.99
You save $41.96 (35%)
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Michelin AC 10 Enduro-MX Rear Tire Reversible tread pattern with a tread wear indicator that clearly shows when to reverse the tire on the trim: when the "M" disappears the tire can be turned arou...
Michelin T63 Dual Sport Front Tire
Michelin
T63 Dual Sport Front Tire
$76.99
You save $39.96 (34%)
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Michelin T63 DOT Dual Sport Front TireBilled as a 50/50 dual sport tire, the Michelin T63 is nonetheless a worthy choice for the rider who primarily spends the majority of their time off road. Insp...

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Erik (Oakland )

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Sticky For Sure!

I bought the rear Anakee III for my V-Strom and it is great so far 200 plus miles on it and the first week we had rain after non for almost 7 months and this tire felt real good on the wet oily asphalt. So far I love it. I am not sure how it will wear but I read good reviews about that too.

Paul (Geneseo )

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T63 on DR650

This tire is a bargain. I wish it was a little wider, but no complaints about traction. Good on the pavement & on the seasonal roads where I do the most riding. The DR eats tires & this one was no exception, but as it is relatively inexpensive, I will just replace it more often. This is my 2nd one & I will buy another.

Brux (Ukiah )

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Third set T-63's

DR-650 Ride most every day all year 50% on twisty rough Macadam roads 50% steep rough dirt/gravel under varying seasonal conditions Deep gravel, sand/dust stacks accumulated in road center will challenge any tire, point it strait and when through these tires will grab and go true for you. They hold well on panic slows so long as you put em where you get a bite. 1800 miles average on back and 2400 on front. They are fairly supple,afford a comfortable stable ride. Wear smoothly and evenly, and dont chip much at all. The beads are easy enough to work over rims, and set in no problem. Just ordered another set to be ready Happy trails !