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Michelin T63 Dual Sport Rear Tire - 110/80-18/--


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  • Tread pattern derived from Michelins highly successful Desert tires, for exceptional traction off road
  • Excellent stability and durability
  • High level of grip on the road
  • Reinforced knobs resist tearing and abrasion on asphalt
  • S speed rated for highway use
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Technical Details
BrandMichelin
ModelT63 Dual Sport Rear Tire
Item Weight10 pounds
Manufacturer Part Number87-9701
Section Width 110
Aspect Ratio 80 inches
Rim Diameter 18 inches
  
Additional Information
ASINB0043YKILU
Best Sellers Rank #895,095 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJuly 20, 2012
  
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Michelin T63 DOT Dual Sport Rear Tire Billed as a 5050 dual sport tire, the Michelin T63 is nonetheless a worthy choice for the rider who primarily spends the majority of their time off road. Inspired by the Dakar winning Michelin Desert, the T63 features large burly knobs that grip in rocks, gravel and rough soft dirt. Additionally, youll be hard pressed to see any chunking here with the strong reinforced carcass construction. Tread pattern derived from Michelins highly successful Desert tires, for exceptional traction off road
Excellent stability and durability
High level of grip on the road
Reinforced knobs resist tearing and abrasion on asphalt
S speed rated for highway use

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By medic666 on March 18, 2014
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First off, the picture makes the tire look wimpy. The knobs on this tire are just as deep as any other 90/10 DOT tire. I normally run Dunlop D606 rears because they hook up well on dirt or street, wear really well (6000+ miles on last two) and I can almost run them flat because they are so strong, especially the sidewall. However, at $90+ dollars I had to go with a cheaper alternative.

So... anyways...

I just put the tire on today and went for a ride. Bike is an XR250L. I can only vouch for the street performance at this point, I will amend the review when I get dirty, there's lots of deep mud here in Ohio right now with the recent snow melt so trust me it is going to get put to the test. I inflated it to 20psi and on my first spin around the block the tire felt slippery, I've heard about mold release compounds on the surface of tires that needs to be worn off. Ok, I'll put some miles on it then...

The tire was squirrely and spun easily for the first 5 miles or so. I had to take it easy on corners because I could feel it start to slide. After a while it seemed to hook up better, but the squirrely feeling is still there, even after 60 street miles, about half of that at 60mph. The tire is low profile and the sidewall seems stiff so I can't lay blame there. I think the carcass of the tire is a little flimsy and the knobs flex sideways when any lateral pressure is put on them. I could move the knobs side to side a bit with my fingers if I pulled hard on them, way more than with my D606 which I could barely move. The tires isn't bad at all straight line, but when you start cornering it has a strange wandering feeling that's unnerving. People behind me must have thought I was a new rider the way I was taking corners.
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