Maxxis M7304/M7305 Maxxcross IT

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    Tire/Tyre Description

    The Maxxcross IT features a new knob design to provide superb handling in a variety of soil conditions. In addition, a new rubber compound enhances stability and adds grip. New knob design offers precise steering for a wide variety of soil conditions. Front tire combines with the M7305 Maxxcross IT rear for best overall performance.

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    Pros

    • Works well in a variety of conditions
    Cons

    • Reports of chunking

    Overall Tire/Tyre Review

    The Maxxis Maxxcross IT M7304/M7305 is praised as a tire that is suited for varied conditions including sand, rocks, mud, roots, ruts, hard pack, loose rocky slate. One reviewer likes the Michelin Starcross MH3 better for racing and handling in the grass. One rider reported chunking on a 525 in roots/rocks. Overall the tire has average reviews.

    Reviews by Source

    www.rockymountainatvmc.com

    134 reviews. 4.5 of 5 stars. One reviewer usually rides Michelin Starcross MH3, tried the Maxxis instead and don’t like as well, hooks up great in rocks but not in grass, after two races the tire was pretty worn. On a KDX – lasted well, works great in southern AZ sand, rocks, hardpack. Another says great initial traction, starts to chunk on big 525 on rocks and roots, great for prepared/groomed areas. On 125s – traction and cornering is good everywhere but not excellent in any particular condition, durability and price are excellent. Another says they have tried Dunlop, Michelin, Pirelli and these handle the best, tough to mount, handle well on rocks, ruts and roots. Another has tried a number of tires over the years, Maxxis is one of the best, tough and durable over a wide range of conditions.

    www.bikebandit.com M7304

    7 reviews. 4.9 of 5 stars. One rider said the tire hooks up on grass while other riders were sliding. Another says good tire for a heavier motorcycle, great traction in most conditions. Another has tried Dunlop, Kenda and Bridgestone and the Maxxis has done better, Dunlop lasted one month, Maxxis get 3 months, handles well in the woods and track.

    www.bikebandit.com M7305

    21 reviews. 4.7 of 5 stars. One rider says works well in most all conditions, sandy, muddy, clay, dry, hooks up and cleans out well in muddy conditions. On a CRF 230 and XR 200 – tire performs well riding in mountains on trails with loose rock, hard pack, small gravel, roots and mud at stream crossings, tire is a fantastic value. On a CRF250R – races on tracks with clay base, good bite off the line, great coming out of corners, tread cleans well in muddy conditions, tread life above normal.

    www.kneedraggers.com M7305

    4 reviews. 5 of 5 stars. Tire grips really good in loose, rocky slate, great tire for the price. On an XR400 – great tire for hard rocky trails, 800 miles and 40% gone with no chunking, if ride mostly hard pack and the highway then a great tire. Another says rides in mixed terrains, great in the corners, holds up really well.

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