Michelin T63 Dual Sport Rear Tire

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    Michelin T63 DOT Dual Sport Rear Tire

    Billed 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. Inspired by the Dakar winning Michelin Desert, the T63 features large burly knobs that grip in rocks, gravel and rough soft dirt. Additionally, you’ll be hard pressed to see any chunking here with the strong reinforced carcass construction.
    • Tread pattern derived from Michelins highly successful Desert tires, for exceptional traction off road
    • Excellent stability and durability
    • High level of grip on the road
    • Reinforced knobs resist tearing and abrasion on asphalt
    • “S” speed rated for highway use
    • Item # 19852
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    Great tire.

    Excellent tire and the price just makes it better.

    Thurt - October 08, 2014

    (Kansas City , MO)

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    Perfect Rear Dual Sport Tire

    A tire that performs well on and off road, and has enough life to meet a reasonable change interval. And unlike the Heidi's, the bead can actually be broken when you need to repair a flat on the trail, and for much less money than comparable tires.

    Cam - October 07, 2014

    (Oxnard, CA)

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    Better than expected

    This tire performs exceptionally well for a dirt biased dual sport tire. I love the fact that I can ride Mullholland in the Hills, on a 08 KLR, and it lets me lean the bike to the pegs with no complaints. I also got great traction and feel riding the trails around Moab and Monument valley. Plenty of good miles on the last tire and I hope to get more of the same on the new one I just bought.

    randolph - July 29, 2014

    (los angeles, CA)

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    KLR 650 09

    This is the third set of t63 that I have purchased, they have outperformed every other tire that I have tried. Hands down the best dual sport tire on the market. I would recommend this tire to anyone interested in 50/50 riding. The rear tire is good- 2000 miles so far. Great tire.

    Scott - June 11, 2014

    (Altoona, PA)

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    Get Some!

    Great tires for dirt, sand, and street.

    Jason - May 28, 2014

    (Stanwood, WA)

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    T63's

    This is my second rear and first front on my KLR650. This is my daily year round driver. 7,500mi. on the rear. This is my first knobbie on the front ever. So when I rode it for the first time, it felt as if I was going down. Put 100mi. on and that feeling is gone. I ride about 85% street, but when I get off rode I never know what it will be. Hard pan, gravel, mud, these tire do the job. No more searching for me. This is the last tire for my bike. And the price is right too.

    zoomzu - April 19, 2014

    (Puyallup, WA)

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    Good Tire. Excellent value. However, these tires, due to their 80 aspect ratio tend to run narrower than you'd imagine. I have 2 bikes that came with 110/90 and the 120/80 looks absolutely tiny on those bikes. If your bike uses a 110 -- buy the 130.

    GE Morgan - February 22, 2014

    (Coal Crk, CO)

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    great tire

    Tread is holding up well with 1k miles, 50% off road, loaded KLR 650 @ 29psi. Good traction, cleans out well in mud, great price. Will definitely buy again.

    rex - December 16, 2013

    (lakeside, MT)

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    great adventure tire

    I adventure ride a 2009 KLR heavily modified and heavily loaded down with gear and me! This tire works very well on the street (I run max pressure on the street a little wobbly like others have mentioned but no big deal). Steady on the freeway at speed, steady in slow and fast corners at lean angles that a knobby tire should not be able to achieve! Great on dirt roads (I air down to 28 and ride on dusty and rocky terrain no mud or deep sand yet) and great on trails a KLR should not be on at all! I have maybe 1200 miles and it still looks good so we will see bout durability, but I did buy 2 rears to 1 front. I am 100% satisfied with my T63 rear tire and at these prices I am spending less than half of what the TKC I used to run costs and the durability seems comparable.

    sam - December 16, 2013

    (Phoenix, AZ)

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    James

    Installed tire on KLR 650, and did a 830 mile dualsport ride through the Southern mountains of Colorado. Tire wore very good, a little noisy on highway. Dry traction very good and wet was excellent. Wear was good. Wet on pavement didn't happen so can't tell about performance on it. I think it will be my new favorite tire for the KLR, price was also very good.

    James - December 09, 2013

    (Buena Vista, CO)

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    Good!

    Use these primarily for commuting on my 2000 klx300. They feel confident during tight cornering and hard braking. No worries!

    David - December 05, 2013

    (Fremont, CA)

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    Great 50/50 Tire

    I got over 6000 miles on the last set. The rear tire wore incredibly evenly but the front had bad cupping. It is a 50/50 tire so off road and on road it is 50% great at each and can't be compared to a full street tire or full knobby. I did go up one size for width on both the front and back and I think that helped.

    Andrew - November 18, 2013

    (Fallsburg, NY)

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    Michelin T63 Rear Tire

    Chose this tire to take down the first half of the Continental Divide trail this July. Admittedly, mostly for the price. 1,900 miles from Canada to Colorado. Hard dirt roads, soft sand, loose stone, wet, dry, mud and now another 900 miles of pavement as well. It has performed perfectly! About 70% worn with 2,800 miles. I will have another T63 on my KLR650 when we ride Colorado to Mexico next year!

    Rob - August 15, 2013

    (Lincolnshire, IL)

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    T63 Michelins

    I've put about 1,000 mles ont the T63's. They feel the same on pavement as the stock Dunlop K750's but begn to sing at speeds over 45 MPH. The noise is not too intrusive, and wind noise drowns out the tire singing over 60 MPH. The tires work noticeably better than the stock Dunlops in moderate conditions, such as unimproved forest service roads and gravel roads. I've not tried them on real gnarly terrain yet, but I expect that they will take me wherever the KR650 and my riding skill can go.

    Harry - August 06, 2013

    (Camino, CA)

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    I want to like this tire

    I really want to like this tire. It grips great on any surface you throw at it. And, it is surprisingly stable on pavement. However, on my KLR650 I only got 1900 miles out of the rear tire. So, it only lasted me 3 weeks. I was always very cautious with throttle input and brakes and kept it aired up between 28-32 psi. If they would give up a little street traction and use harder rubber this would be my favorite tire. I used it approx. 50/50 dirt trails and street.

    Eric - August 06, 2013

    (Van Buren, AR)
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