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Please recommend s set of tires for hard rocky terrain, loose gravel on top, very little "dirt" mostly hard pack with the occasional woods trail.

I am currently running Dunlop 756 rear & a Dunlop 739 Front, but the front knobs are looking very rounded, and the rear is chunking and rounded over too, I will turn the rear around, but need a new set for next year.

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lol, im not expecting much here but i was wondering if anyone has a suggestion for mostly sand and loam conditions...some hardpack dirt...but i have to ride through my neighborhood a lot to get to where i can ride since i dont have a truck and my rear tire (after 2 months) is looking pretty worn to me..

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Please recommend s set of tires for hard rocky terrain, loose gravel on top, very little "dirt" mostly hard pack with the occasional woods trail.

I am currently running Dunlop 756 rear & a Dunlop 739 Front, but the front knobs are looking very rounded, and the rear is chunking and rounded over too, I will turn the rear around, but need a new set for next year.

Thanks

If you have a yzf (need the 19" rim) then I would recommend the Michelin Starcross MH2. It's a tire designed for medium and hardpack conditions. They hook up really well in most conditions and wear very slowly.

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Get the Dunlop 742 front tire. It just plain works. Best front tire I have used on my 426. Works in just about all terains well.

For the rear, get a tire designed for hard terrain. The 756 will work there, but wear quickly. Something like a Maxis HT rear would be my suggestion. the IT works well, but wears like the 756. The 742 will not wear much at all.

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