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MC360 Midhard Tire

MSRP $98.99 - $130.73

Price: $67.99- $89.99 Up to 32% off!
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Metzeler MC360 Midhard Tire
  • Features Metzeler’s CKB design (Continuous Knob Binding) with dense, narrow knobs that dig into soft terrain and an extended footprint on hard terrain
  • Provides superior grip in an incredibly wide variety of terrain, adds braking stability and boosts tearing resistance on mid-hard and hard terrains
  • Alternated diamond-shaped and shovel-shaped lateral knobs for optimal directionality and steering feel
  • Parabola-shaped center elements: the center of the knob digs, the sides withstand the stress and enlarge the tire’s footprint
  • Alternated-cut knobs add to the balance of lateral and longitudinal stiffness, which maximizes grip for traction and braking and provide outstanding durability
  • Reversible tread pattern
  • Tube type (TT)
  • DOT approved

NOTE:

Dennis Kirk recommends a new tube and rim strip when replacing a tube-type tire

Safety Warning:

Please consult tire manufacturers publication(s) and/or website(s) for information on tire care, safety, installation, maintenance, manufacturer’s warranty and other information. The tires used for your application must have a load index and speed rating equal to or greater than the tires fitted as original equipment.

Specs for Metzeler MC360 Midhard Tire
Tire Construction Bias
Tire Classification Intermediate to Hard Terrain
Speed Rating M(81 MPH)
Type Tube
Type Tires - Dirt Bike
Balance Dot No
Inflation Pressure 33 psi
DOT Approved for Road Use Yes
Material - Sidewall Polyester
Directional Arrow Yes
Front Tire Specifications
Brand: Metzeler
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Bias / Radial -
Speed Rating -
Load Rating -
Ply Rating -
Tube / Tubeless -
Rim Size -
Tire Size -
Front / Rear -
Rear Tire Specifications
Brand: Metzeler
Part #: -
Mfg #: -
Sidewall -
Bias / Radial -
Speed Rating -
Load Rating -
Ply Rating -
Tube / Tubeless -
Rim Size -
Tire Size -
Front / Rear -
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Long life and does well in soft terrain and fair in dry desert but not for wet conditions with rocks or roots.
Arizona rocky single track is the test I gave this tire. 1st impression out the box was the knobbies are tall and the rubber is stiff. Tire mounted easy with the tubliss system set at 9lbs.. First run was at a Moto track where the soil was a good combination of mud and sand. Tire hooked up great with acceleration and braking. Seemed good. Second test was hard pack single track that was dry and had sharp edge rocks from 4” to large flat stones with sharp edges. I ran timed laps and the tire did not chunk and started to break traction exiting turns. Almost lost the rear end a few times but straight acceleration was impressive. Tire showed little signs of wear after 5 hours of laps. 3rd test was very Rocky Mountain climbs and off camber trails. Here is where the tire did poorly. On one up hill road full of wet boulders where extreme 4x4 go the rear tire had no traction at all. Spun on every rock. If I found an off camber line the tire would 100% slide to the side and I’m off stuck. On the second hill the bike in front of me easily when up with little spin. He had the shinko cheater. I quickly started loosing traction as tire just spun on the damp rocks. Being an 40+A rider it was embarrassing to need help pushing bike up the hill with the rear tire spinning and doing nothing. I was ready to rip the tire off right there. I lowered psi t0 7 and it was better but unstable in the rocks.
Overall it you want a long lasting tire but don’t care about the rocks or damp condition this is for you. Or you ride soft terrain like sand and dirt where the tire sinks.
Front Tire
90/90-21
Rear
110/10-18
Rear after 8 hrs of hard riding
January 6, 2020
Superior , AZ
Ride:
2019 Husqvarna FX 350