Maxxis MaxxCross-IT M7304 Front Tire

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Rating 4.95 of 5 (4 Reviews)

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Maxxis MaxxCross-IT M7304 Front Tire

  • Specially designed compound increases durability in rocky or desert conditions by reducing chipping and cutting
  • Tall knob design improves traction when racing in sandy conditions
  • Stiffer carcass design minimizes flex, reducing the chance of pinched tubes
  • M7305 is the matching rear tire
  • Item # 4953
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arthur slader - July 12, 2016

(johnston, RI)

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Great all-purpose tire

I installed this tire on my kids' KLX110. It works really well on all surfaces we have tried - hard-packed trails, thick mud, grass, and even pavement. It has good on-center feel and plenty of traction while leaned over. The last tire we used, a motocross race tire, always felt like it was going to tuck the front (and it did a few times). These tires feel very planted.

Vic - December 26, 2015

(Decatur, GA)

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We have been using Maxxis front and rear on our 2 stokes for years now and they are excellent tires. Since we mount these ourselves there is a noticeable difference with the quality of rubber and the ease of mounting. Longer lasting, overall good tire for the woods here in Southern Oregon.

bob t - July 7, 2015

(Grants pass, OR)

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Maxxis MaxxCross-IT M7304 Front Tire

Great product worth the little bit of extra cash over the more standard tires. I always use Maxxis tires on my WR450F and now on my daughters TTR125. Recommended.

steve - January 15, 2013

(north van, BC)