Michelin T63 Dual Sport Rear Tire

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Michelin T63 Dual Sport Rear Tire - Details

  • Well-suited to small-displacement dual-sport and trail bikes that are used mainly off-road
  • Knob pattern inspired by the Dakar-winning Michelin Desert tires
  • Reinforced knobs resist tearing and abrasion on asphalt
  • An economical choice in on-/off-road tires
  • Excellent stability and durability
  • High level of grip on the road
  • These dual sport motorcycle tires are S rated for speeds up to 112 mph
  • D.O.T approved

Available in the following motorcycle tire sizes: 130/80-17, 110/80-18, 120/80-18, 130/80-18

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Michelin T63 Dual Sport Rear Tire - Reviews

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perfect for KLR!
5
I was running the TKC's and they were great but these Michelins t63's are just as good and last just as long, I think maybe the front is even better, and the price is AMAZING. I buy one front and two rears and turn the front when I replace the first rear (what do you expect from a KLR guy) I overload the bike with me (300 pounds) and 100 pounds of gear and these tires get it ALL done I run 40 psi rear on the street and have dropped it as low as 22 pounds off road with great effect. I keep the front at about 30psi on or off road. I know that seems high but any less than that and it gets real vague ( the TKC's were the same, its probably my weight, I talked to a GS 800 guy and he has had the same experience) from nasty rocky insanity where jeeps fear to tread all the way to 90 mph(flat out on a KLR) paved sweepers these tires make it happen. Never ridden in mud so I can rate that but everything else they are top notch. I get bout 4000 very hard 5050 miles out of the rear and twice that from the front with the turn. Yes, they are loud but I dont care!!!!
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I'd buy again
5
I put this tire on my DR650 to ride Big Bend NP. On pavement or dirt it did a fantastic job. It seems to be wearing slowly but after a while started to howl on the pavement. That didn't affect ride-ability at all just noisy. I wouldn't hesitate getting this again. I've been told they wear out a little quicker than other tires but so far it's working fine for me. 13080-17 on the rear. At home I ride mostly pavement. There are other DS tires much better suited for mostly pavement as this tire is more dirt oriented.
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Mechanical Engineer
5
Good dirt tire that can go on the pavement very little. VERY NOISY on the pavement! Back end will step out if you get aggressive on pavement. Awesome in the dirt.
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30% longer than...
5
This is my second set of T63's--- Great tires . They will last ME 30% longer than the Dunlop 606. Will buy them again and again.
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new fave
5
These are the best dual-sport tires I've ever used. More aggressive than TKC-80 but better on road too. Ran them at 20psi thru rocks and mud on an F650GS and they did great. Excellent traction on any trail surface. Where they really surprise you though is on the road. At 2830psi they grip wonderfully on pavement even wet pavement. They are definitely loud and seem to howl especially loud around 45mph they quiet down a bit above 55mph. Only negative is they seem particularly squirrely on grooved pavement like in construction zones.
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I'm looking for a replacement rear tire that would last longer than the stock dunlop..are these the tube type? I'm thinking of sticking with tubes as I've heard tubeless can lose air and be problematic...
Jay, Fort Fairfield
All our tires are Tubeless (TL) unless stated in the description as Tube Type (TT) You can still use a Tubeless tire on a spoked rim that requires a tube to stay inflated.
Chapparral Motorsports
May 16, 2015
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ok to run mousse bib with these tires ?
amiee, New York
Yes, you may run a mousse bib with this tire.
Chaparral Motorsports
Feb 17, 2014
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