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I ride mx in Indiana. Most tracks are pretty hard packed, get hard like a rock and very rough after a few races especially after the dirtbikes ride it. Right now I use holeshot MXR6's which I didn't really care for.

Would the razr crosses be a good tire for me? Or is there something that i'd be better off with? Thanks.

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I love the cross fronts, they seem to bite better than the regular razr mx fronts IMO.

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How do they wear compared to mxr6's or razr mx's?

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There are the best front tires I've used, better then the razer fronts, klaw's, holeshot fronts, & sx fronts IMO. Ane seem to where good too.

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We ran the Cross all last race season and done a test review on these tires and I cant say enough good thing about these tires. I would say for fronts the Cross and the Klaws are by far our favorite on all our quads.

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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Quadjunkies @ Jan 6 2009, 12:59 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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We ran the Cross all last race season and done a test review on these tires and I cant say enough good thing about these tires. I would say for fronts the Cross and the Klaws are by far our favorite on all our quads.[/b]

Ya me too, the klaw&#39;s are a great front tire but I like the cross&#39;s alittle more and they cost the same if I remember.

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Yep, i would agree. I&#39;ve ran the Klaw fronts and the Cross fronts and loved them both. Compared to the standard mx fronts from ITP and Maxxis, they lasted longer too

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Alright sweet i&#39;ll be getting the cross fronts. What about the rears, how are they? I actually am selling my HiPers and getting new ones so I need new rears also

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