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Thread: Michelin Trackers - seem pretty good

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    Michelin Trackers - seem pretty good

    So, just fitted a set of the above tyres. These are the replacements for the AC10.

    Got a decent price from Enduro Tyres ( & delivered next day.

    Whilst I've been running a 140/80-18 on the rear (Michelin Cross Comp) their recommendation was to fit a 120/90-18 in the tracker.

    1st time I've used the tracker. (I didn't use the AC10) far, I'm impressed and deals with the lanes/trails with ease.

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    Well interestingly these had been suggested to me as a much longer lasting alternative to Michelin Enduro medium I use which give amazing grip on wet rock and roads, but took two groups out a week ago and several of them complained about poor performance on slippy rock so I'm glad to hear a positive review!

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    Run them on the 690R and can happily say never had an issue on welsh roads or indeed off them!
    Have used the Enduro Medium and they are grippy as but they don't last long. Mind - they aren't designed to though.
    Considering putting the spare ones onto the 701 soon for winter as whole the 701 is ok on the Motoz Rall Z - the 690 was downright lethal at anything above 45-50mph!

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    I have/had them on my CRF300l/250l and have found them very good on the North Yorkshire Moors trails, especially the muddy/clay ones. The rear lasts about 12-1500 miles on a 50/50 on/off so 2 rears for every front. Road grip is good and generally happy with the grip/wear compromise. My only real issue is the price increases, £90 for a set pre covid but now £140 if you can get them!

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