AC 10 Great tire!
June 13, 2012(Bloomfield, CT)
I've tried many other tires on the Husqvarna, MT 21, MT 16, etc.. The AC 10 so far is the best! It's not going to last very long if you ride the street a lot, but the way this thing hooks up off-road is awsome! This tire will tractor through, up, over andything! I run between 12 and 15 psi, depending on terrain. You will find that tire pressure has a lot to do with the proformance of the AC 10. Shipped fast and good price from MSS.
November 04, 2011(Grand Junction, CO)
Great traction and wear. Love the DOT rating as I am more highway than off road.
KTM 530 EXC dual.
November 04, 2011(Gresham, OR)
Only had one ride in the mud and did OK for a DOT tire.
April 28, 2011(Taos, NM)
Don't buy this tire if you ride desert terrain - dirt to sand to rock. First time I used it I was missing big chunks at the end of the ride. Not durable AT ALL.
Nice tire - seemed to wear down fast
April 29, 2011(Grand Junction, CO)
I ordered a set of these AC/10’s for a trip we took 2 weeks ago out to the San Rafael Swell in Eastern Utah. I thought the tires handled well on my 2010 KTM XCW 530. Tire grip was good, and performance on the miles of sandy washes and sandstone slick rock was good as well. I put these tires on the day before the trip, and the odometer at the end of the 4 day trip was 290 miles, and the tires are completely done. The fronts of all the knobbies on the rear tire are completely rubbed down, and there are chunks of rubber missing off every 6-7th knobby in the center of the tread pattern, and every 10th-12th knobby on the outsides of the tire. For a DOT rated tire, I expected the rear tire to last more than 290 miles. I am a mid-pack B rider, and I ride fairly aggressively, but I don’t abuse the bike (no burnouts, etc.). I’m going to try a set of Bridgestone Gritty ED78’s next - getting ready for a 1500 mile Baja trip this Fall....
Great Enduro tire
March 24, 2011(el paso, TX)
I have tried many types and brands of tires and this is the best for my enduro. I have a ktm 250 xcw and a crf 450x and both motorcycles feel excellent in all type of terrain.
AC10's on KTM450 EXC
Bob M -
February 01, 2011(Tacoma, WA)
I have the AC10's mounted front and rear. I ride 90% off-road mostly on trails, and occasionally around town. I have ridden these tires in clay, mud, rock, soft dirt, sand dunes, river beds, snow, forest roads, paved surface streets and even on I-5! The AC10's are a HUGE improvement and MUCH more capable that the MT21's they replaced. I have noticed that tire pressure has a noticeable impact when riding off-road. I like to run rear at 14-15lbs (1 bar) and front at 21lbs (1.5 bar). I don’t recommend these tires for commuting or "highway" use. At speeds of 60+ on pavement they get a little sketchy. However, they are very stable and great for 50+ speeds in the desert and on unpaved forest roads! If you are going to use them on highway, I strongly suggest increasing the tire pressure 5-10 lbs. As far as durability, these are wearing better than any off-road type tire I have owned before.
Russell G. -
January 05, 2011(Limestone, TN)
This tire work great, mud, snow, about anywhere in the woods. It has a good mileage life also. Easy to mount and dismount on rim.
Grips in the corners
Wayne W. -
November 05, 2010(ann arbor, MI)
This tire holds well on dry pavement in the corners, in fact it’s the best pavement cornering knobby I have ever ridden on. I ride about 80/20 pavement to dirt/rocks but like knobby tires because I ride through trails most tires can’t handle. This tire lasted 1000 miles before it really needed replacement, and I have been out ripping wheelies on the street with it for weeks I just don’t trust it off road any more. Not the longest wearing tire I have had. D606 wears better. Overall, I would buy another, but will be trying some Kenda's.
AC10 rear tire, was a good choice
Gary Vanderwarf -
August 02, 2010(Dunbar, WI)
I am satisfied with this tire on my DRZ400. Off road traction is good. I have 800 miles on it and it is 40% worn. On road is good for a knobby and is predictable. Now on the front the AC10 is downright dangerous for road duty. It squirms all the time and is very unpredictable.