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What is the best tire for soft loamy tracks? I have an 18" rear wheel. I may switch to a 19" in a while, but for now I'm staying with the 18"

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What is the best tire for soft loamy tracks? I have an 18" rear wheel. I may switch to a 19" in a while, but for now I'm staying with the 18"

dunlop 756 :cry:

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I have an M5B in My garage that I cut for hillclimbs... I might just have to see if that will be maneagable on a MX track, or if it will slide out too far. I'll have to try the 756 out as soon as my current tire/s are worn out. The 756 front is the only front tire I will use (it works on everything).

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Mud, loose stuff, and a powerfull enough bike to fling it everywhere:S12. D756 is pretty cool too, but I still like the s12 more.

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The s12 is an awsome tire,odly enough thier intermediate tire sucks i know i have them.Also the dunlop 773 is also great.

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I was very unhappy with the stock tires on my 04' YZ450. I looked at a bunch of different tires and picked the Dunlop 773. I LOVE these tires. The Pirelli MT 410 look very best for mud but look like they would wear out too fast on just dry dirt.

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StainlessTT, Why didn't you post the results of the drag race?

Because it never happened...didn't you read my post yesterday?

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I've had good luck with the Maxxis IT tire for soft stuff. I ride mostly desert where it's pretty sandy though, not sure how that would translate to a loamy track condition. They wear exceptionally well. I've also used the Dunlop 756 and was really happy with it except for the wear.

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