Kenda K760 Trakmaster II Rear Tire

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    Rating 4.23 of 5 (22 Reviews)

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    Kenda K760 Trakmaster II Rear Tire

    One of the best hard core dual sport tires available, the Kenda K760 Trakmaster II is perfect for the rider who isn’t willing to sacrifice off-road performance. Comfortable in a wide range of surfaces, the Trakmaster II gives a predictable feel regardless if it’s hard pack, sand, rocks, mud, gravel or loam. And though undeniably off-road biased, the Kenda wears exceptionally well on the pavement with consistent performance throughout its life. If the single track needs to be connected by pavement, the Kenda Trakmaster is one to consider.
    • Tall aggressive knobs designed for pure performance
    • Improved bead and sidewall construction for positive cornering
    • A great tire for serious dual sport riders
    • D.O.T. approved for highway use
    • Open thread blocks provide maximum traction with efficient cleaning
    • Excellent for intermediate to hard terrain
    • Tread design that provides traction both on straights and out of corners
    • This tire is part of a matching set, see the K760 Trakmaster II Front Dirt Tire
    • Item # 5353
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    Kenda 760 Trakmaster II Rear tire.

    Kenda Trakmaster has a softer compound that hooks up well in the gumbo in the badlands. Works well here. I recommend this tire.

    Dan - July 29, 2014

    (Glendive, MT)

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    Trakmaster

    After being slightly disappointed with the dirt performance of the Dunlop D606, I’ve found the Trakmaster II to be the hardcore dual sport rear tire I’ve been searching for. Ridden for about 1200 miles, the traction and feel is solid regardless of the type of dirt. From single track to gravel and more pavement than I care for, I was impressed with the wear I got. And though I jumped on the MT43 bandwagon, I feel the Trakmaster II is a better choice for the steep hills that I ride.

    Alex - May 21, 2014

    (Medford, OR)

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    Best DOT tire I've found

    If you are looking for a good off road tire that's DOT approved, this is it. I've been looking for a DOT tire that will keep me road legal, yet still works good in the dirt and mud. Most DOT tires have nothing when it gets a little muddy, but this tire works really well in a variety of conditions. I don't feel like I had to give up any dirt performance for the DOT rating. Highly recommended, even if you don't need DOT.

    Keith - December 10, 2013

    (MOUNT VERNON, IN)

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    Disappointed with the K760

    I ride a plated '02 WR426 about 90% offroad singletrack & fire roads, just hitting the pavement for a couple miles here and there to get to the dirt. I ride 2-3 days a week, averaging around 20 miles a ride. I've had this tire for just about a month and a half and it is completely shot for off-road purposes. I'd estimate about 350 miles on it total. I'm disappointed to say the least. This tire is fairly inexpensive, but I honestly expected more out of it.

    Pete - June 26, 2013

    (Verdi, NV)

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    Not as good as I hoped

    Just put the tire on and rode 80 miles in the rocks and dirt of Cle-Elum/Ellensburg. Yes, the tire hooks up great, even in soft uphill. Yesterday was a soupy mess in Taneum, and not once did the bike go down. My only bad comment on this tire is the front edge of the knobbies are already rounding over. The intermediate/hard terrain compound isn't hard enough, in my mind.

    Nuklhed - June 12, 2013

    (Moses Lake, WA)

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    k760 rear kicks ass

    Compared to stocks on my DRZ400, this thing made my bike feel like a trail eating beast. Buddies couldn't believe the increased performance it gave me.

    Johnny V - October 16, 2012

    (albuquerque, NM)

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    Great all around tire

    I have been using this rear tire for a few years now and I love it. Works great in the desert and mountains. Does not last as long as a 606 but the little softer rubber has much better grip in rocks and hard pack. I recommend it to all my friends.

    Cory - September 10, 2012

    (Temecula, CA)

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    Great tire, but wears out fast!

    I put a set of these on my KLX250S. In less than 1000 miles the rear tire is almost done. This is with about 60% pavement, 40% dirt. The front tire is wearing quickly too but not quite as bad. I figure a new rear tire will wear out about the same time as the front. For the price, they're great, and they work VERY well both off-road and on, but dang they sure wear quickly.

    RobG - July 24, 2012

    (Reno, NV)

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    Trakmaster II rear tire

    Had this tire for just over a year, and it worked fine until you notice the worn lugs, and the side lugs rip off very easy, not good for hard/intermediate riding, better for soft terrain which will wear it down less

    Connor - July 17, 2012

    (Moncton, NB)

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    Dylan

    I Bought a set of these recently does great in the dirt but I fear it will wear out as most of my commuting is on pavement. I will see if I can find a knobby with a harder compound in the future

    Dylan - July 11, 2012

    (Bend, OR)

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    k760 rear tire

    Bought the tire, put it on, in three rides at Moab the tire is over half worn off.

    jessup - June 29, 2012

    (Longmont, AA)

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    These tires are for someone who likes to change tires

    Nice tires but they don't last. They are made with rubber that doesn't last long. Cheap rubber, you get what you pay for.

    Jacques - April 04, 2012

    (Ottawa, ON)

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    K760

    This is the best dual sport tire made. I put them on my KTM LC4, they are awesome. I tried Dunlop, Michelins, IRC and Ching. I don't know how they wear but so far I don't care. Decent on road and excel off road.

    dick n. - October 24, 2011

    (topsfield, MA)

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    Kenda K760 tire

    Looks good, have installed on a homemade side car. Only have several miles so I don't know durability.

    Les L. - September 26, 2011

    (Port Orange FL, FL)

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    Love it so far.

    2002 XR650R: About 300 miles across town, 100 highway miles, 200 miles in the NV desert, and another 100 at Stonyford in NorCal. After the street miles the lugs were rounding, but the height was still good. They are loud on the pavement over ~40 mph. Extremely happy with their performance in the desert and at stonyford climbing loose shale, hard rock, silt, gravel/dirt roads. The sharp Stonyford rocks took their toll, but that is to be expected. I will definitely buy these again.

    Jason - July 07, 2011

    (Woodland, CA, CA)
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