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Sedona MX887IT Hard/Intermediate Rear Tire
Looking for an ideal intermediate to hard terrain tire for your off-road dirt bike, then look no further than the Sedona MX887 IT Rear tire. Designed with a rigid 4-ply carcass that is designed to help reduce sidewall flex and provide durability over rocks, the MX887IT produces a more planted feel on the ground. From deep mud to sand, this tire is best suited to the trail and hard pack terrain that would normally chew up a soft terrain tire.
Gain traction from Sedona's dimpled transition knobs that give added bite when accellerating and in the corners. This allows you to feel confident that you will stay in your line and not wonder as the power is put down to the ground. The symmetrical tread pattern also helps with equal traction and allows this tire to be reversed offering the same performance. For extended wear and traction, the Sedona MX887IT has a dual compound tread, making this one of the longest lasting tires on the off-road market today.
For riders that are looking for a durable tire that offers good traction on extreme surfaces, the Sedona MX887IT Hard/Intermediate Rear Tire is perfect choice for all your riding.
- Rigid 4 Ply carcass design helps reduce pinching of inner tubes
- Works well in intermediate to hard terrain
- Side knobs offer superior grip at extreme angles
- Reversible tread pattern and symmetrical knob design allows for equal traction on both directions
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- Good traction
- Low Cost
- Difficult To Install
- Occasional Race
- Trail riding
Comments about Sedona - MX887IT Hard / Intermediate Terrain Rear Tire:
I bought this tire as a cheap replacement for the last race of the season. It's heavy and stiff, but the knobs are deep and seem soft for an int/hard terrain tire. It was a bit of a challenge to install, but small bites with the irons and it went on. I had to get it up to ~80psi to seat the bead, and the first time I aired it back down to 15psi the bead came back off. I put it back to 80psi and left it for an hour, aired down and it was fine. The sidewalls are stiff and require lower pressure than usual, maybe this will change as it breaks in.
Performance wise I was pleasantly surprised. I used it in a GP style offroad race that should have been a lot of hardpack, but rains turned it to mush. Traction was great and it seems to hook up well on the (little) hardpack there was, and on the grass track portion. My surprise was in an axle deep mud hole that lots of people were getting buried in. The tire paddled steadily through the mud even though there was no hard bottom to be found.
I also had a chance to test the tire trail riding in our typical New England terrain of roots, rocks, loamy forest soil and some sand. I never had any issue with traction, but I did find it did not handle tight corners well and caused the front to push wide.
Wear seems great so far, the rocks can play havoc on tires but the knobs are still square and I saw no chunking.
- Casual Rider, Competitive Rider