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PostSubject: M7305?   Tue Jan 19, 2016 11:02 am

Hi all of you,

What about Maxxis Maxcross IT M7305. Want to try.

Any of you?
How on the hard pack.
How in the soft.

Mainly 100mls per day.

Need braking safety on tarmac, using the M7304 front being OK.

Not to noisy.

Most MX rears are very noisy and bouncy on tarmac.

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PostSubject: Re: M7305?   Tue Jan 19, 2016 12:45 pm

I didnt think they were DOT approved for the road ????
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PostSubject: M7305   Tue Jan 19, 2016 2:22 pm

Fiftygrit wrote:
I didnt think they were DOT approved for the road ????

Don't know have to look at the front tyre M7304.

Sorry, its Europa, so overhere at home dutch (NL) no worry about DOT. Germans however are secure, only mount these licended for the bike, not much choice.

For example Michelin AC10 is having DOT, i used it once, its having a very wide pattern, huge thread depth like MX, braking on tarmac is very very poor, bouncing and so very noisy. No idea how such can get aproved.

Normally running Metzler Unicross or Mitas C02, having DOT, mayby M7305 having harder compound, so better on holiday in Spain all stoney hardpack.
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PostSubject: Re: M7305?   Tue Jan 19, 2016 6:54 pm

If you don't need the DOT stamp on the tire those maxxis tires work better on the road than most aggressive DOT tires and last longer too.
I'd run the rear if I didn't need a DOT tire.
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