Goldentaco Posted September 2, 2021 Share Posted September 2, 2021 I've been having trouble finding 90/90-21's in aggressive tread patterns so I decided to mount a Motoz Desert H/T 90/100-21 Tube type. It fits the rim well as it’s made for smaller width rims than their Tubless variants. Got it for about a $100 Tire fits well with no clearance issues. It rolls smooth and so far it’s good in the twisties. It’ll take some more miles to get confident with it. Turn in is about the same as a 90/90 Rallz Tube Type and it lays over predictably and doesn’t fall into the corner at all. It doesn’t tract rain grooves but does have a slight shimmy on road gouges. It’s stable on freeway with grooves into a headwind up to about 85. Front starts to feel really light there. Rallz front felt more stable in all conditions. I'll see how it does as the miles add up. Can’t wait to get it into the dirt. It looks like a saw blade. This is it next to my clapped out Rallz with 4000 miles on it. J 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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