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Metzeler Karoo 3 Tires

The Metzeler Karoo 3 tires are a new concept of Adventure and Enduro On/Off tires dedicated to off-road expeditions and featuring both off-road traction and on-road stability with excellent mileage. Specifically engineered for medium to large displacement bikes that spend time both on and off road, these 70% street / 30% off-road tires offer off-road traction and stability on road with excellent mileage.

New Karoo 3 improvements:

  • Improved Off -Road traction and handling
  • 30% more mileage than its predecessor
  • Cutting edge tread design lends to improved performance
  • Suitable for both light and heavy Enduro bikes
  • New tread compounds capable of obtaining a more uniform mix which in turn provides mechanical resistance to lacerations while still maintaining high dampening capability
  • Trapezoidal tread pattern has an innovative geometry which ensures progressive off road traction at various lean angles

Features:

  • Differentiated spacing and larger tread
  • Footprint area is more uniform and constant
  • Increased mileage On Road and Off Road
  • Increased stability and reduced vibration
  • 0° Steel Radial technology
  • MAW (Metzeler Advanced Winding) technology
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SOLID TIRES I read just about everything I could about these tires before I purchased them and can confirm that the positive reviews are spot on! Solid on the asphalt (even wet), very good on gravel, great traction in the dirt, fun in the mud, and as good as any tire in the sand (I think riding in the sand has more to do with the rider than the tire in most cases). The tires drop into the corners a bit, but after an hour riding I was used to it.... Good hummmmm around 40mph to 45mph, but that's okay. Complaints about tread life and initial handling are to be expected.... This isn't a 90/10 tire - there's a give and take when you want to ride both on and off road. You should buy these tires. October 8, 2014
Great tire but short lived Let me start by admitting strait away: I run nearly all my miles on the street back and forth to work (400 a week) and some occupational rides with others, I also have a couple of sandy, sometimes very sandy, dirt riding miles just to get to and from the asphalt. It is these short stents in the sand that forced (in my mind) the need for the "knobbyish tire". now on to the tire. traction is great, dirt, sand, street wet or dry it doesn't seem to matter they've never let me down. The down side is they are fairly round, as opposed to the trail attack 2s, this causes the bike to turn in a bit when cornering, nothing too drastic and you'll get used to it quickly enough. Also they sing to you and vibrate a bit on the street,duh its an aggressive tire no surprise there, and for me not a deal breaker. TREAD LIFE is... Disappointing almost covers it. The center of the rear wears surprisingly fast, while the front may for two rears (it'll be close) with just over 3000 mi. on them I have !/4"-5/16" left in the middle getting thicker to nearly new tread depth at the edges. I feel like I'll be lucky to make it to 4000. However, knowing what they are if I somehow manage to get 4500-5000 I'll reconsider my complaint. I can dream can't I? Bottom line is, if you put mud tires on your street driven 4x4, and don't care about milage, you'll love these tires. They look awesome and work as good as they look. September 30, 2014
better than average so far. Just did 1200 miles mostly highway. The tires see m to be wearing well. Better than the TkC 80 I tried last summer. Excellent grip. September 20, 2014
Works as well as the TKC-80s I was hoping for more tread life with the performance of the tkc-80's. I've already gone through a rear at 4000 miles. Slightly worse wear than the TKC-80s as far as longevity. September 15, 2014
Will buy them again Just finished a solo continental divide trip of 6700 miles with my 2014 Yamaha Super Tenere, these tires did 4500 of those! Bike was loaded with additional 190 pounds of stuff all the way (I weighed 180... in the beginning of the trip :)). Round trip from Michigan, down to Antelope Wells with the standard fitted road tires, had the Karoo 3's fitted in El Paso and made it all the way to Canada and Back to Michigan. Rear tire now done complete... front tire still 30% to go but show some rock damage (cuts in the nobbies# and slight cupping in 2 areas. Still riding comfortably with no vibration issues. Will replace both, with Karoo's again. Bike felt like it was floating a little during initial run-in period but still handled well through thunderstorms in NM. Dealer who fitted the tires recommended to overinflate the tires with 5psi due to heavy load, in hind sight I think this was a mistake, and could contribute to very early signs of wear I saw on the rear tire. I was concerned that I would not make it home without having to change tires on the back! When I hit the first gravel in the desert, front was floating all over the road in gravel and dug into the sand to a point where it was scary... I reduced the pressure in the front to 5psi below manufacturers specification and the rear to specification. This made a huge positive difference in overall handling and feel and I left these settings for the whole trip. In general for anyone with handling issues, do not be scared to experiment with air pressure first and reduce/increase in small increments. Bike was extremely stable in all conditions, especially front end, in mud, sand #did help to have sand dirt-bike experience from Michigan#, ruts, marble stoned gravel, rocky terrain and no issues on asphalt. In extreme wet in Colorado, I had to wait for the 2-track to dry out #2 days) but these conditions would have prevented a baboon with a walking stick to get out there so not a tire problem! Have to say however, after a hunter helped me "carry" my luggage out on his Ranger on the 3rd day, the unloaded bike handled easy out of still very wet and slippery mud conditions and the tires worked well, the tread pattern in the front helps the bike to correct itself in the case it slips and the rear cleans itself easily allowing good traction in all circumstances. I had the traction control on for most of the trip, in only a few cases did I need to switch it off to get out of sand and where I did not want to get stuck with technology "helping me stall" on steep rocky inclines. This issue is a personal preference and depends on riding style, given being alone I was riding with preservation in mind most of the time. It does not take much to see the rear wheel wanting to overtake you with traction control off on gravel roads. Road noise bearable when compared to stock tires, front tire goes fairly quiet above 65Mph and does not irritate. Had to do riding through severe thunderstorms in North Dakota on asphalt with a lot of water on the road and never felt unsafe or had an issue. still managed to keep to the speed limit. In situations where rain just started onto dust covered roads extra care was required but in my opinion would be an issue for any tire combination. Most of the highway riding was done with speedo cruise set between 75 to 85Mph and never any insecurities. It is important to change you riding style between off road and road riding when cornering. The front specifically feels more loose on asphalt when leaning the bike into a corner on vs your body! I met a guy in the Yellowstone park who was riding a GS and complained about the front end feel on asphalt and I think this was his issue... I do not have experience with other tires but see no reason to change. I do expect that a higher ratio asphalt riding will reduce the life expectancy significant and especially if the bike is driven in sport mode all the time. September 9, 2014
Karoo for You! Several hundred miles since purchase on both asphalt and dirt/gravel/water/mud. Not a knobby, but gets the job done. Careful was transitioning from street tires, as these are a different ride/feel. Easy to adapt to. Good handling and braking. would buy again. September 1, 2014
so far, so good only have a few hundred miles on them so far, but overall very happy with their performance. easy to mount up. handle well on dry pavement, no problems leaning the bike. haven't had the chance to get them out in rain yet. bit of a hum on the road, but nothing i can't live with. gravel and dirt both good. September 1, 2014
Real off/on road performance I have an R1200GS and recently have been doing some tough off road riding including mud & sand. These tires will go anywhere. The on road handling is surprisingly good & u can get the same lean angles as a road tire tho I wouldn't get to aggressive on them in tight corners. Off road I can't fault them & they go well on a heavy adventure bike like the GS. U should get apx 4000km's from a rear & hopefully 2x that on the front. They r noisy on tar. DONT drop the pressure below about 32psi as on heavy bikes u will invite rim damage! I love these tires. August 18, 2014
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Scott S: Reviews were good and I needed a more aggressive off road tire. Oct 12, 2014
A s: Traded my RT for a GS and my research shows me that these Karoo 3's are good tires for the new bike. I came back to Revzilla for the service, the pricing and the ease of doing business... Aug 10, 2014
Jason L: Great 60/40 tire for BMW F800 GSA Aug 9, 2014
Leonardo G: Chose this tire to do the BMW GS Safari in Tasmania which will be apx 2000km of dirt roads. Jul 28, 2014
Thomas K: I like the tread design and 70/30 use. Jul 27, 2014
john l: these tires seem to have the best reviews for the kind of riding I do 70% road 30% off-road Jul 27, 2014
William D: most aggressive tire I could get for my 2014 R1200GS Jul 5, 2014
LUIS A: nice grip in road and offroad ! i like it alot ! Jul 5, 2014
Jeff H: I had the TKC 80s previously, and was looking for something a little less aggressive. We'll see how these do in the sand I encounter during my daily commute. Jun 28, 2014
Mark A: The Karoos look to be a little better road tire than the Conti TKC 80 with equivalent dirt performance. That is what I am expecting from them but time will tell. Bought them for my 08 R1200 GSA and also for my cousin's 07 DL 650 V Strom. Jun 16, 2014
Mike H: Went from the stock BMW R1200GS tires to the Karoo 3's for better off-road riding performance mainly on dirt and gravel roads and water crossing and i'm thouroughly impressed with their performance on and off-road. I'd recommend the Karoo 3's to anyone that's into Dual-Sport Riding!!! Jun 4, 2014
Jeff S: Giving them a try in Ourray CO. Just a change from my Tourance. May 19, 2014
Elvin R: got one on the rear after watching your videos. like how it feels, and now its time for the front. love the free shipping. May 6, 2014
John D: Looked like best choice, but the size rear sizing was incorrect. Apr 15, 2014
A S: far better than the Pirelli Scorpions for highway or off road -- much more sticky and warm up pretty quick too (plus, it makes my bike look fantastic!) Apr 11, 2014
Nikolai M: I wanted a dual sport tire for my '79 CB750 brat/tracker. There are very few dual sports that come in both 140/18 (rear) and 110/19 (front) so I decided to mix and match brands. The Karoo3 had good reviews, they have the right beefy look for my bike, and they were a great price. Mar 7, 2014
James M: Best dual sport tire currently made in the sizes for my 2013 R1200 GSW. Feb 18, 2014
Ghislain L: Good tires for street and off-road Feb 14, 2014
josh m: trying this out. been running TKC80 which wear out super fast Jan 26, 2014
sergio a: Good quality of this brand of tires. Jan 24, 2014
Gilberto P: Well I'd pick these tires : (1) it's design- (2) Based on your review. 70 '/, ON / 30'/, OFF Road That's the kind of riding I do.
Thank you Revzilla stuff.
Jan 22, 2014
JT M: Great reviews online, also seemed to be very well priced. Jan 10, 2014
David M: want best off-road performance with good on-road stability Dec 13, 2013
Michael C: I needed a tire that would allow me to travel on pavement and take side trips on dirt roads through the national forests in my area. The street tires that came on my bike were way too smooth to keep the bike from sliding around on wet dirt roads. These Metzelers looked like a good compromise between pavement grip and dirt road traction. Road tested today: very good on dirt, okay in mud, different feel on pavement that will take getting used to. No slipping on a mildly sporting pavement run. Nov 30, 2013
stan w: combination of Karoo 3 Rear and MT-21 for my KTM 690 has been perfect. My road/dirt ratio is always about 2/1 and I get Intermediate dirt thus the rear adds lots of performance on asphalt with relatively (for me) insignificant loss of performance on dirt. Dirt tire pressure=22/20 (rear/front) Nov 30, 2013
Christopher M: Matches front tire and works great for 70% street 30% dirt in Colorado Oct 2, 2013
Donald S: They look great, are supposed have great traction and long tread life for what the are.
We shall see. I'm looking forward to it!
Aug 22, 2013
A shopper asked: How does this tire perform on rainy streets? Oct 7, 2013
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Roy D: I moved to this tire after 2 seasons on the Heidenau K60's. It handles like a sport bike tire; excellent side-to-side transition, much more solidly planted than the Heidi's. No problems in the rain! Oct 7, 2013
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charles w h: i have only ridden twice in the rain and it was in town in the traffic and i didn't go much over the speed limit so i can't really tell you how they would do on any high speed cornering in the rain , but they did grip well in traffic on wet pavement ! ....these Karoo 3s are a nice trade off between full out motorcross knobby tires and something like the Metzeler Tourance ! ,,,,they are a bit noisy from about 50mph up to about 60 and at Interstate speed i don't notice them much .....i have them mounted on a Harley-Davidson FXDB Dyna Street Bob that weighs around 700 pounds...i tried a set of Metzeler Tourance but they didn't hook up on dirt roads as good as these Karoo 3s .....on paved high speed corners above 80mph to 90mph the Karoo 3s start to push just a bit...my H-D is a screamin' eagle version with 100hp and a power shift to 2nd gear will lift the front wheel on dry pavement with the Karoo 3s ...the best video that will answer all your questions on you tube is called " Testing the Metzeler Karoo 3 from Istanbul to Tashkent " it's about a 6000 mile ride over every kind of good and bad dirt and paved roads in all kinds of conditions., wet and dry !...and the rear tire is pretty much gone after this test ! in my past experience on other bikes with full out motocross knobby tires they only last about 3000 miles in these types of conditions so like i said the new Karoo 3s are the perfect trade off and still hook very well in the dirt...on a dry day i believe these Karoo 3s could win out door motocross ! Oct 8, 2013
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jeremy s: I have ran the Conti's and the K60's, and they are better than both. The conti's being a dirt lug, so these are much more planted on the street.
When I ran the K60's I thought they would give me more on the street than they did. It seems to me that the rubber is just to hard.
Now, I ride an F800gs. So I know that the tread pattern for the other sizes are like these Karoo's.
I just returned from running the southern area of Utah. We did the advanced loop of the Back Country Discovery Route. It was a 3 day run with rain the final 3 hours. I am very pleased with these tires.
The only one I would run other than these, would be the Conti's for solid dirt riding.
Hope this helps you a little.
Oct 11, 2013
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David H: These tires have worked fine in the rain but I am not a very adventurous rider. They "feel" much more secure in the rain the the Bridgestone Trailwings they replaced. They are also a a lot noisier than Trailwings. My bike is a Suzuki V-Strom 1000 and I ride it 70% on the street and about 30% on dirt/gravel roads and these tires are just right for my use. Oct 9, 2013
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Chris J: Handled wet roads fine for me. I used on my XR650L and found it to be more of a dirt tire than street,maybe 75% - 25%. Back to a Heidenau for me. Oct 7, 2013
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Victor D: This a great tire. It performs well in dry or wet weather. Does good on dry as well. Best dual sport tire I have ridden Oct 8, 2013
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Hunter R: Rode them in a lot of rain this summer in Alaska. They did very well. Oct 7, 2013
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JT M: I only have the front, but it feels fine in the rain. Plenty of grip. Oct 7, 2013
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ARTURO S: I'm sorry, i have not even mounted Oct 8, 2013
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David M: Thanks for all the feedback !!! Oct 8, 2013
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David M asked: How do these perform on rainy wet roads? Oct 7, 2013
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JOHN T: sorry im a baby and tend not to ride on wet roads....but logic tells you they are pretty grippy. im a big mountain biker too. and I understand the rubber compound that is used determines grip. in that realm I would say these are good.......I didn't get that great of tread life on the tire.......but they corner great.........a dealer told me . the best tire is one that has the most rubber on the ground.....so if you look at these tires you do see alot of air space between lugs......to be honest i might stay with this tire though on my dual sport as they look good. they function good. they are cheap!....and I do most riding on road.........so im hesitant to go to a full knob look. Oct 7, 2013
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Wilber H: I rode about 150 miles in heavy rain about two weeks ago on these tires. I thought they did great. They didn't feel loose or slippery, and they didn't hydroplane at all. I felt comfortable at 75 mph on the highway in the rain. One time, in a brand new asphalt parking lot, they did feel a little slick, but I think it was more a function of the new asphalt and not the tires. As far as wear, I'm about 1500 miles in on the tires and they still look brand new. They haven't started to flatten out much at all. I think they are going to go the distance. Oct 7, 2013
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Mark B: Sorry David, The roads weren't we even thought we were on Co. at the time of the floods. All we riding was on dirt. I may have mentioned they don't do well in greasy mud. Caked up the front. For everything else they were good. Oct 7, 2013
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Rodrigo S: Hi David, Don't use it yet in rainy roads.

But I can tell you that the front one buzzing a lot at any speed.

Best regards
Rodrigo Stagnaro
Oct 7, 2013
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Joe C: I live in the Pacific Northwest and have rode in mild and heavy rain on the Karoo 3 tires and found they perform very well in the wet. Impressive for a 70/30 tire. Oct 7, 2013
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Perry J: Well not a lot of wet riding so far but I did spend an hour in a downpour and they worked great!! So far really happy with their on and off road performance!! Oct 7, 2013
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Tonya C: Sorry David, no rainy wet roads for me yet. Nov 9, 2013
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Brad C: Haven't been able to use them yet. Oct 7, 2013
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A shopper asked: How do they do in the dirt? I would think they'd tend to slide out sideways with this tread pattern. The TKC rear does that too, which you wouldn't expect from the tread pattern, so... Jan 28, 2014
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Jason L: I have the Metzler Karoo 3s on my 2014 BMW F800 GS Adventure. I have almost 2500 miles on them since they were installed. These tires do exceptionally well in the dirt as compared to the Heidenau K60 Scouts I had on my 2012 BMW F800 GS. Side bite is great in hard/soft dirt, medium sand, and mud. I have not experienced any front end wash or back end slide while cornering, but I tend to counterbalance corner as the bike is 500+ pounds. I expect to get about 5000 miles out of this set, which is a little shorter than the Heidenau. The trade of is that you get a tire that tracks true on highways and doesn't experience drift at highway speeds because it does not have the herringbone pattern like on the Heidenau. Jan 28, 2014
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Tobias P: These tires hooked up well in the dirt.
Not full knobby well but 50/50 well.
I loved this tire and was super impressed with its street handling and off road ability.
Due to short tread life (1500 miles on my 950 adventure) I think I'll keep searching.
It would probably due better on a lighter bike with less torque.
Enjoy the ride
Jan 29, 2014
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Jonathan S: I probably shouldn't have bought these because I do mostly road commuting and live in the NW where said roads are usually wet. they don't handle on wet roads all that geat and are a little noisy. good at high speeds, but I haven't taken them "off road" yet. I most likely will not purchase these again. Just not meant for my style riding. Jan 28, 2014
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Roy D: Haven't really had them in single track. On some pretty rough VT all dirt roads (Puppy Dog Run) stuff, they do just fine. Jan 28, 2014
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charles w h: you slap a set of these on a new dyna street bob with a screamin' eagle 100hp 100ftlbs of torque and u can slide side ways at a 100 on any county dirt road in and out of every turn throwing boulders at your buddy's Triumph Tiger while he is trying to catch up , only to get a nasty email from him 5 hours later saying he ain't going to put up with that kind of riding style from u again .....so he really was trying to pass me that day , or he wouldn't have been in my roost ! Jan 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is the front tubeless? And has anyone used the 90/90 21 on an 1190r & have feedback? Jul 14, 2014
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Mark W: I would love to hear feedback on this too. The TKC80 is awful on the 1190r but that is because of the 2.5" wide rim, which makes the profile so flat it is like riding a wheelbarrow. It would be nice to find a 21" tubeless tire that was actually designed for a 21" tubeless rim (with a round profile so you can turn the bike), in something a bit knobbier than the stock Conti TA2. Sep 22, 2014
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Joel G asked: Are these tires tubeless? Aug 24, 2013
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Kevin H: I think the sizes with the TL in the size number are the tubeless ones. I bought them in standard dirt bike sizes for my KTM 530 and run both with tubes. I'm about to order them for my 2013 GS and I noticed the sizes for that bike both say TL. Aug 26, 2013
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Nicholas C: Some sizes are - when you go to "Select Tire Size," if it has a "TL" in the size then it's a tubeless. Note that you can use tubes in a tubeless tire, but you should only use tubeless tires in a tubeless application. Aug 26, 2013
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Jonathan T: Yes if it says "TL" next to the desired tire size. TL stands for tubeless. Is the says TT that means tube type. Aug 26, 2013
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David G: Actually, the TL indication on the tire model indicates tubeless, those models without the TL are tube tires. Aug 26, 2013
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JOHN T: not on my bike. they are nice looking tires. and metzeler is a quality name. wear seems fair to good. Aug 30, 2013
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David G: Depends on the model I believe. The ones I got in the stock R1200GS sizes are tubeless. Aug 26, 2013
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Brian S: They are tubeless, but they can be run with tubes. I use metzeler tubes in them. Aug 26, 2013
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Steven C: Most sizes are tubeless, some are tube type like the 140-80/18 Aug 26, 2013
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dario d: Yes it's tubeless. But I run tubes with them. Aug 26, 2013
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Dan M: Joel,

Yes, they're tubeless.
Aug 26, 2013
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Joey B: Yes, they are marked tubeless. Aug 26, 2013
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Hunter R: No, they had tubes. Aug 26, 2013
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Kevin M: yes
Aug 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have a 2003 BMW F650 GS Dakar. The front tire is a 90/90R 21. The rear is a 130/80R 17. Can I use the 140/80-17 TL 69R in place of the 130/80R 17 and run it with a tube? Sep 30, 2014
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charles w h: I don't see why not ...two years ago I was checking out the 650 and the 800 twin beamer at my local dealer and there is a bunch of clearance between the swing arm and the rear tire like an inch or so on both sides of the stock tire ...and the next size bigger are usually not more than 3/16 to 1/4 inch wider total = a fit ..go for it ! and the Karoo 3 tires can be run with a tube or tubeless ! be careful on wet pavement with the Karoo 3 they will not give you any feed back just before they totally let go ! but anywhere else just pin it and you can drift on about any surface that is dirt or pavement ...my 1st test was on wet grass in my front yard right after rolling out of my garage and dig a 3 inch trench from one end of my front yard to the other ..hit the brakes , spun it around and done it again ..under control no problem ! Oct 21, 2014
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ARTURO S: I really dont know, I use 150/70R17 TL 69R with a tube Sep 30, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is it true that Metzler recommends a different size than BMW manual for <2012 1200GS? My manual says 110/80-19 & 150/70-17 and the link I found from Metzler recommends 120/70-19 & 170/60-17. Jun 13, 2014
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Juan L asked: I would like to now wich is the velocity code of this tire,? wich is the top speed alowed. May 27, 2014
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Front / 120/70R19 TL 60T 878601 2316100 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Front / 90/90-21 TL 54R 878602 2316200 Out of Stock
Front / 110/80R19 TL 59R 878603 2316000 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Rear / 140/80-18 TL 70R 878608 2316700 In Stock: Ships next business day
Rear / 150/70R17 TL 69R 878609 2316300 In Stock: Ships next business day
Rear / 150/70-18 TL 70R 878610 2316800 In Stock: Ships next business day
Rear / 170/60R17 TL 72T 878611 2316400 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Rear / 140/80-17 TL 69R 878612 2316600 In Stock: Ships next business day