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I have a few hundred miles on these tires now and they seem to be wearing well.
June 9, 2014
good for offroad
i got these for a little more offroad grip on my bmw g650 xmoto. they are a bias ply tire, so at speed they feel a little sketchy compared to a radial tire. the rear tire is also pretty narrow compared to some of the other manufacturers' 160 tires, which makes the rear feel like it wants to come around when leaning, which isnt necessarily a bad thing.
offroad these have a lot more grip than regular supermoto tires. and the wet grip of course is also a lot better.
for doing more offroad/dual sport type riding I think these are awesome. you can still pull your wheelies and lean a good bit, but they are no michelin pilot powers or bridgestone battlax.
December 3, 2012
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Stephanie R: Cause my boyfriend said they are the ones he wantsDec 8, 2014
A shopper asked:DRZ 400 SM It looks like the front should not be an issue, but the back may rub? Will the 160/60/17 fit a drz 400 SM without rubbing. I've been told that the largest tires that will fit the Suzuki DRZ 400 Sm are Front : 120/70/17 , Back: 150/60/17. Online it looks like people are getting different results based on manufacturer though... People are saying that the Pirelli MT-60 160/60-17 fits without rubbing, but that some brands do not.Jun 24, 2015