Michelin AC 10 Enduro-MX Front Tire

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Michelin AC 10 Enduro-MX Front 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 around
  • Mirror-image knobs provide equal traction in both directions
  • Excellent traction on any terrain thanks to optimized knob alignment
  • Good grip on asphalt; DOT approved for street use
  • Specially formulated rubber mix promotes impressive durability that resists tearing and chunking even under hard use
  • M Speed rating for maximum of 80 mph (130 kph) on the highway
  • Item # 5386
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love It

great tire love it it hooks up great and would encourage it to anyone!

dominic - January 26, 2017

(kirtlandhills, OH)

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AC10 front tire

Yes, it fits. It's finished okay. It rides horrible. It's a narrow, skinny tire with a terrible height/width ratio. Very prone to wash-out and you can't air it down worth a darn...there isn't enough space in the tire (hello, pinch flats). Bottom line, after 200 miles, I'm throwing it in the trash and going back to Pirelli Scorpions. Don't waste your money on this or the back tire. It's crummy, too.

Nuklhed - October 8, 2014

(Moses Lake, WA)

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Mich AC10

If you need a TOUGH tire that will get traction most anywhere, this is it. Hard road, gravel, mud, sand, it don't care. I use it mostly off-road, but it works suprisingly well on-road, considering how agressive the tread design is. This tire is the son of the Mich Desert Racing tire. When Mich made the AC10 they made it much more narrow than the Desert Racing, I wish they had not done that. Will last a long time if you keep it off-road, will wear fairly quickly on hard roads.

Jim - September 27, 2012

(London, AR)

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crf hotrod

Skinny tire compared to the maxxis it desert. I wont buy again, for the money difference ill stick to the Maxxis although Michelin still makes the best truck and car tires

dan - January 12, 2012

(gjct, CO)

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Great tire

Love the fact it is DOT, great tread pattern, great traction.

Stan - November 4, 2011

(Grand Junction, CO)

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Do not get this tire for dual sport use

This tire is ok in the dirt but on gravel and pavement it is down right dangerous. It squirms constantly and makes the bike very unstable. The faster you go the worse it becomes. I have 800 miles on it and every other row of knobbies are 50% worn, the others are almost like new. Tire pressure changes have not made any significant difference in wear. In the dirt it is a decent tire but for it being a DOT tire it should perform at least tolerable in other conditions.

Vanderwarf - August 3, 2010

(Dunbar, WI)

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Great tires

I've used several DOT knobbies on my xr650r and these are by far my favorite. Use them mostly off road. They're aggressive for a DOT, hook up, and wear well. Plus, at $60 a piece, you just can't beat it.

Noah - June 22, 2010

(Nederland, CO)

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MIchelin AC 10 DOT knobby

I went to the Desert with my new set of AC 10 tires and I’m very happy with the traction and even though I’m not currently running a license plated bike I decided to try these tires and they seem to be as good as any I have tried, my only question is there was a wobble in sand wash and the tires may be some of the cause on that one, it would be good if there was a wider version for the front, over all a great set of tires I’m telling my friends who use dual sport tires because I haven’t seen any better.

Barry - April 19, 2010

(Crescent City, CA)