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Motoz Desert HT/RallZ combo


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Just mounted up a new Motoz Desert H/T front with a RallZ rear (150/70-18) using both Motoz heavy duty tubes front and rear. Coming from a desert racing and hard enduro background, I needed more bite up front. They look aggressive and will be tested this upcoming weekend. Will update with results. 





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@Ghost775 Here's a thread from a couple of years ago that might be of interest. 



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Thanks for that thread, there’s some good info in there! I forgot to mention originally that both new front and rear tires are of the tubeless type, fyi if anyone was wondering. 

Went out for a quick 15 mile ride after they were mounted. Only on the freeway, no dirt, the Desert HT had a little bit of wondering on the road at 75-85mph. This was expected as others have noted, just waiting for them to break in around the 100 mile mark. 

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