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YZ250F Tires for Hill climbs in woods,leaves and mud

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Ok, I have read tons of threads and none talk about my type of riding and racing. I race hare scrambles and practice on hill climbs in West Virginia. We have alot of roots, leaves, loose dirt, rocks, creek bottoms, mudd and did I mention mudd. I was thinking about the s-12 or star cross ms-2 but then again I like the bridgestone m-102 or so. I have ran the factory tire so far and it was ok, but not great on the hills and very poor in mudd. I have a race on 4/25 and am looking for input so I can purchase and be ready for that day.

Thanks in advance.:p

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Some guys around here run the MAXIS, but theres probably more hard pack here than there. The Michelin Starcross up front is a good choice and S12 rear are good choices for you. I've run the Dunlop 756 rear and its not so great in mud once the edges are gone. I just put on a Pirelli MX rear and did a gnarly area last weekend and it did pretty well in the wet and the price is right at $49.00. I got the 110x100 and it barely fits the swingarm, but install went easily. I've only got 2 rides on it so time will tell how long it wears. Once my favorite riding area got dry, the Michelin started chunking, only lasted a few months.

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I run the h-12 in alot of rocks and it hooks up good and wears like a tank. The m-12 would be my choice if I knew there was gonna be a lot of mud also. I have found the h/m12's to be my favorite

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I have run the S12 and M12 and the starcross ms2. I will be sticking with the M12s. Great traction and its last longer

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